Retractable Dual Belt Barrier Stanchion, Mini Socket Base, Polished Brass Post, 9 ft Belt - Montour Line MX630DSK

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Product Overview

This mini floor socket for removable stanchions is a small, recessed socket used in crowd control and queue management systems. When a stanchion or post is inserted, it locks securely in place, creating a temporary barrier or queue line. They are user-friendly and blend seamlessly with the surrounding floor or ground surface. They are versatile and used in various settings such as airports, train stations, museums, stadiums, and other public spaces where temporary crowd control or queue management is needed. These stanchions are designed to sustain daily use with built in belt braking technology to prevent belt damage with retraction. High quality belts extend to lengths of 7.5 feet, 9 feet, or 11 feet and come in a wide variety of colors and messaging.


  • Polished Brass post retractable belt barrier, mini socket base, your choice of belt color


  • ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) compliant
  • Mini Socket Base is secured using bolts for permanent placement
  • 4-way belt receiver can hook up 3 additional barriers


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