Business owners use wall mounted retractable belt barriers like ours to keep their customers and workers safe, restricting access from corridors, warehouse aisles, loading bays, and other potentially hazardous areas. This promotes safety and organization while eliminating the need for traditional stanchions in places where 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
- 8 standard belt colors and messages available with optional custom colors and printing. (Call for customizations).
- Black ABS plastic protective case
- Built-in belt braking system to ensure slow, safe belt retraction (no snapback!)
- Quick & easy assembly with fixed mounting
- Height: 6.25”
- Depth: 4.5"
- Width: 4.5”
- Product Weight: 1.8lb
- Retractable Belt Length: 20', 25’, or 30'
- Case Type: Black ABS plastic
- Mount Type: Fixed
- living room rug
- Nancy Kincaid
- belt barrier
Received product quickly. Assembly of stanchions was easy. My stanchions were filled with sand. Thanks Nancy Kincaid
wow shipping very fast
The items really looked nice in person. I ordered these for the factory and they work well! I highly recommend this product!
Works just like expected! It is durable and works well.
This might sound funny but I bought this to keep people from walking on my living room rug and it definitely worked! Highly recommended.
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