Floor Standing Sign Frame with Sloped Base - CCW Series SFFS-100

SKU CCW-05-012-00014
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  • 2 inch diameter tube
  • 14 inch wide galvanized steel base
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Product Overview

Standing floor signs are simple yet convenient tools for conveying promotional, safety, or directional messaging within your store, business, or event space. With a simple design that's easy to set up, they serve as a cost effective strategy for crowd management and customer guidance.


  • Signs easily slide in from the top to the bottom.
  • 2 sheets of acrylic inserts included for use with paper insert


Product Sign Frame, Floor Standing with Sloped Base
Finish Black Steeel, Polished Stainless Steel, Satin Stainless Steel, Polished Brass or Satin Brass
Sign Frame 7x11, 11x14, 8.5x11, 14x22 or 22x8; Horizontal or Vertical
Package Length 17 Inch
Package Width 39 Inch
Package Height 7 Inch
Package Weight 23 lbs

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Tom A.
British Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands
No delays!

Delivered in a timely manner

R. Clark
United States United States
Came as promised

It was delivered within their estimated timeframe, and price is great!

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