Our high-visibility retractable belt stanchion safety stanchions with yellow posts promotes safe work environments by effectively blocking restricted access areas and signaling caution in hazard zones. This retractable safety belt comes in a wide variety of colors and safety messaging, extending 7.5 feet, 9 feet, or 11 feet. Designed for daily use, built in belt braking technology prevents damage upon retraction and full-circumference rubber floor protectors keep surfaces safe from damage. The cast iron base makes this a sturdy and durable option.
(1) Yellow Steel post retractable belt barrier with 11 ft. belt
- 11 foot retractable belt barrier stanchion with Yellow post
- Cast iron base with heavy duty base cover and rubber floor protector padding prevents scuffing
- 4-way belt receiver can hook up 3 additional barriers
- Fully compatible with all other stanchion brands and manufacturers
- High visibility safety colors
|Belt Length||11 ft|
|Belt Width||2 inch|
|Base Type||Cast Iron|
|Compatibility||Universal – compatible with all major brands|
|Post Diameter||2.5 inch|
|Base Diameter||14 inch|
|Product Weight||20 lbs|
|Warranty||1 Year Manufacturers Warranty Against Defects|
- belt color
Love the grey belt color in contrast with the bright yellow posts. Awesome!
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