Our best selling belt barrier stanchions with a 12' ft belt at an industry leading price! These are designed for effective crowd control and public guidance on an economical budget without compromising quality. Use these stanchions to direct traffic, form lines or block off restricted areas.
- (1) Polished Stainless Steel post retractable belt barrier with your choice of belt color
- Belt Colors available: Black, Red, Dark Green, Blue, Florescent Yellow, Black & Yellow Diagonal Stripes or Yellow with "CAUTION - DO NOT ENTER" in Black Text
- Polished Stainless Steel finish, rust resistant using high quality steel
- Features a full circumference rubber floor protector for maximum scratch protection & stability
- Belt Brake to ensure slow, safe belt retraction (no snapback!)
- Fast & Easy assembly. No tools required.
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- Belt Length: 12 feet
- Belt Width: 2 inch
- Number of Belts: Single (1)
- Base Type: Galvanized Steel
- Post Material: Steel
- Post Finish/Color: Black Powder Coat/Polished Stainless Steel
- Slow Braking: Yes
- For Use: Indoor
- Custom Belt Available?: Yes
- Base: Concrete-filled with Metal Case
- Rubber Floor Protector?: Yes
- Compatibility: Universal – compatible with all major brands
- ADA Compliant?: No
- Height: 40”
- Base Diameter: 14”
- Post Diameter: 2.5”
- Post Weight: 20lb
- Warranty: 3 year limited manufacturer's warranty against defective material or workmanship
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These worked well for our cafe.
This definitely works as a security barrier. It is well made and works great!
This is just what I need right now in the pandemic situation. It is very helpful and helps us in keeping everyone safe, to follow the guidelines. Will buy again.
This product was perfect for our demo needs. Very helpful customer service as well.
This is very effective for controlling the crowd and not to mention, it looks very sleek.
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