Business owners use wall mounted retractable belt barriers like ours to restrict access from corridors, warehouse aisles, loading bays, and other potentially hazardous areas. This keeps customers and visitors safe and organized while eliminating the need for traditional stanchions when space is limited. Simply connect the universal belt end to another stanchion or a compatible wall receiver.
- (1) Wall Mount Retractable Belt Barrier
- (1) Wall Receiver
- Over 30 belt colors available with optional custom printing
- Polished, stainless steel protective case
- Built-in belt braking system to ensure slow, safe belt retraction (no snapback!)
- Quick & easy assembly
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- Height: 4.5”
- Case Weight: 2.5lb
- Depth: 3.5”
- Retractable Belt Length: 8.5' or 11'
- Case Type: Polished steel
- Mount Type: Fixed
- event needs
- chrome casing
This wall mount is very easy to assemble. Excellent build quality!
These wall-mounted barriers definitely helped me to make people fall in line properly. Great product to have!
This is perfect for my event needs. Looks elegant, durable and is easy to assemble.
High quality barrier. We ordered this for the airport to direct traffic and it's working great!
Exactly what we wanted
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