Crown Top Dome Base Post & Rope Stanchion

SKU CCW-05-018-00014
In Stock
  • Crown/Urn Top Stanchion
  • Dome Base
  • Multiple finishes available
  • Ropes sold separately
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$93.00

Product Overview

Our Crown Top post is ideal for contemporary environments where the style and sophistication of a traditional post & rope barrier are desired. Include a tapped top and be able to affix signage to your post. We offer a wide range of ropes to complete your queue including economy velvet, heavy duty velour, rich naugahyde and natural hemp. These posts are Lawrence Metal compatible. 

Includes:

  • (1) Crown Top Rope Stanchion with Dome Base

Features:

  • Optional Tapped Top to accept sign holders 
  • A variety of finishes available, using rust resistant high-quality steel
  • Features a full circumference rubber floor protector for maximum scratch protection & stability
  • Sturdy Cast Iron Base
  • Fast & Easy assembly. No tools required.

Ropes sold separately. 

Buying in large quantities? Contact us for a volume discount! sales@crowdcontrolwarehouse.com or (847)-991-9900

 

Specification

Specifications:

  • Height: 39”  
  • Post Weight: 21lb
  • Post Diameter: 2”
  • Base Diameter: 12.5”
  • Max. Length Ropes: 8ft
  • Warranty: 3 year limited manufacturer's warranty against defective material or workmanship

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