Outdoor Safety Retractable Dual Belt Barrier, Rubber Base, Black Post - Montour Line MSR630D

SKU CCW-05-015-05312
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  • 7.5 or 11 foot belt
  • Multiple belt colors
  • ADA compliant
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$127.00

Product Overview

This ADA compliant double retractable safety belt comes with dual retractable belts in a wide variety of belt colors or safety messaging, extending 7.5 feet or 11 feet. Black posts ensure high visibility, making this an effective crowd control method for industrial settings and construction sites. Designed for daily use, built in belt braking technology prevents damage upon retraction. A heavy-duty rubber base provides extra durability, even sustaining the weight of passing vehicle tires. Handles make it convenient to pick up and relocate, while the curved design prevents this heavy-duty base from causing trip and fall incidents.

Includes:

(1) Black Steel post retractable belt barrier with 7.5 ft. or 11 ft. belt

Features:

  • 7.5 or 11 foot retractable belt barrier stanchion with Black post
  • Full outdoor rubber base construction
  • Outdoor rated to withstand the harshest weather conditions
  • ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) compliant

Specification

Available Belt Lengths 7.5 ft or 11 ft
Post Finishes Black
Height 40 Inch
Weight 20 lbs
Post OD 2.5 Inch
Base OD 19 Inch
Belt Width 2 Inch
Post Material Weather-Resistant Steel

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C
07/20/2021
Cef
United States United States
Perfect

Works beautifully!

M
03/30/2021
MT
United States United States
Overall, great quality.

i love that it is weatherized and can be used outdoor. The base is rubberized well and doesn't slip off easily. Poles are also pretty sturdy. Overall, great quality.

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