Wall Mounted Retractable Belt Barrier - Tensabarrier 896

SKU CCW-26-022-00001
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  • 7.5 or 13 foot belts
  • Multiple belt colors and messages
  • Fixed mounting
  • Black steel protective case
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$108.00

Product Overview

Looking to save space? Try the Tensabarrier 896 Wall Mounted Retractable Belt! It comes in a metal body, making it suitable for environments with high footfall or warehousing and workshops where chance of damage is higher. Its webbing cassette can be moved in three positions inside the body, allowing for more usage flexibility. Choose between a 7.5’ or a 13’ belt, among multiple colors and finishes and get your space-saving barrier today!

Includes:
Tensabarrier 896 Wall Mounted Retractable Belt

Features:

  • Up to 13’ of 2’’ wide webbing
  • Standard wall mountable
  • Comes complete with wall receiver clip
  • Belts retract slowly and safely
  • All Cassettes have an anti-tamper tape end that prevents the webbing detaching accidentally from the post when pulled out and connected
  • Lowest leading edge base on the market enables accessible environment for people with mobility issues
  • Metal body available in 3 colors, belt available in a wide variety of colors & finishes
  • Perfect for use in airports, multiplex theatres, restaurants, shopping malls, banks or anywhere that floor space is limited

 

Specification

Specifications:

  • Material: Metal
  • Weight: 1.5 lbs.
  • Webbing Material: Heavy Duty Woven Polyester
  • Webbing Width: 2’’
  • Webbing Length: 7’6’’ or 13’’
  • Tape End Type: Standard
  • Tape End Color: Black
  • Mount: Standard Wall Mountable
  • Customizable? Available in wide range of colors and finishes

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