Cost-effective, durable and high-quality, these stanchions are the best choice in crowd control equipment at an economical price. The smooth edged metal ring belt was design to ensure safety of human life while the heavy, wide base and built-rubber floor protector keep your floors protected. The innovative, self-straightening design means the posts stay upright and the crowd remains happy.Includes:
- (1) PRIME Conventional Post Stanchion - Urn Top (Set of 2)
- Urn style finial stanchion top
- Available in a variety of finish options to suit your desired look and needs
- Sold as a set of 2
- Smooth edged solid metal rings designed to ensure safety
- High-quality velvet cover rope
- Heavy, wide base adds stability
- Steel post provides security and durability
- Built-in rubber floor protectors keep floors safe
- Max. Rope Length: 8 Ft.
- Rope Included: No
- Base Type: Sloped Dome
- Finial (Top) Type: Urn/Crown
- Post Finish/Color: Smooth Black, Polished Stainless, Satin Stainless, Polished Brass
- Post Material: Steel
- For Use: Indoor Only
- Rubber Feet?: Yes
- Tapped Top Available?: N/A
- Height: 40"
- Base Diameter: 13.5"
- Post Diameter: 2”
- Weight: 20 lbs
- Warranty: 3 year limited manufacturer's warranty against defective material or workmanship
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