Extra Length Retractable Belt Stanchion Safety Barriers: This top quality safety stanchion with red, yellow, or orange post is designed to promote safe work environments with high visibility. With a variety of belt colors and safety messaging options, it effectively blocks restricted access areas and signals caution in hazard zones. With a long belt 16 feet, you can create the barriers you need with fewer stanchions, making this a highly cost effective solution. In addition, built in belt braking technology prevents damage upon retraction and a full-circumference rubber floor protector along the sturdy concrete weighted base keeps surfaces safe from damage.
(1) Steel post retractable belt barrier with 16ft. belt
- 16 foot retractable belt barrier stanchion with post and belt
- 4-way belt receiver can hook up 3 additional barriers
- Fully compatible with all other stanchion brands and manufacturers
|Belt Length||16 ft|
|Belt Width||2 inch|
|Post Finish/Color||Yellow, Red, Orange|
|Base Type||Cast Iron|
|Compatibility||Universal – compatible with all major brands|
|Post Diameter||3 inch|
|Base Diameter||14 inch|
|Product Weight||20 lbs|
|Warranty||1 Year Manufacturers Warranty Against Defects|
The stanchions feel very solid yet not too heavy to move around. This is way better than the other stanchions I previously purchased. Highly recommend.
Does the job
This does the job in our factory. Highly visible and can be moved easily.
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