Tensabarrier 310 Classic Post

SKU CCW-26-018-00001
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  • Flat or dome base style
  • Polished or satin chrome
  • Universal loop
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$170.00

Product Overview

The Tensebarrier 310 Classic Post is sophisticated, modern and practical. It comes in a slim profile with two base options, a variety of body metals and finishes, and a wide range of rope choices.  The post is pre-tapped to accommodate different signage needs. As the most popular post style for classic post and rope setups, this stanchion is sure to fit in with any event venue or commercial space.

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Tensabarrier 310 Classic Post

Features:

  • The most popular post style for classic post and rope setups
  • Available in solid steel or brass
  • A universal loop which allows ropes to be connected from four directions
  • Two base styles – the traditional domed base or the contemporary Universal base

 

Specification

Specifications:

  • Material: Metal
  • Weight: 24 lbs.
  • Post Top: Classic
  • Post Height: 36.25″ Universal; 38.5″ Traditional
  • Post Tube Diameter: 2’’
  • Base Diameter: 14″ Universal; 11.5″ Traditional
  • Customizable? A variety of body metals and finishes, a wide range of rope choices, 2 base styles

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