Advanced Dual Line Tensabarrier Post, 7.5 Ft. Belt - Tensator

SKU CCW-26-015-00029
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  • 7.5 foot belt
  • Black double belts
  • Black post
  • ADA compliant
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$295.00

Product Overview

The ADA Compliant Tensabarrier 889T2 Advance Dual Line Post is a safer and sturdier crowd control option for high traffic environments. This stanchion features an additional retractable belt halfway down the stanchion, preventing children and people from ducking under the top belt tape while making it easier to navigate for those with disabilities.  

Includes:
Tensabarrier 889T2P Advance Dual Line Post

Features:

  • ADA Compliant double belt system
  • Invaluable for keeping control of areas of high-foot fall or where children are, as the second line of webbing prevents them from running out of the queue
  • Belts retract slowly and safely
  • Modular cassette design offering four-point anti-tamper connection
  • 35° displacement angle, preventing the post from easily toppling over
  • Mild steel Tensabrrier®, making them more robust than aluminum alternatives
  • Accommodates a full range of accessories to allow optimum use of space
  • All Cassettes have an anti-tamper tape end that prevents the webbing detaching accidentally from the post when pulled out and connected
  • Originally patented Tensator centrifugal breaking system to make the Tensabarrier® the safest barrier on the market
  • Lowest leading edge base on the market enables accessible environment for people with mobility issues
  • Available in a wide variety of colors & finishes

 

Specification

Specifications:

  • Material: Metal
  • Weight: 26 lbs.
  • Post Height: 38’’
  • Post Tube Diameter: 2.5’’
  • Base Type: Basic, Fixed and Removable, Universal
  • Base Diameter: 14’’
  • Webbing Material: Heavy Duty Woven Polyester
  • Webbing Width: 2’’
  • Webbing Length: 7’6’’ or 13’’
  • Webbing End Type: Standard Anti-Tamper
  • Webbing End Color: Black
  • Customizable? Available in wide range of colors and finishes + standard printed messages

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