Visiontron Heavy Duty Sign Frames

SKU CCW-02-013-00183
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  • Multiple Sizes Available
  • Heavy Duty Steel
  • Multiple Finishes Available
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Product Overview

The Visiontron Heavy Duty Sign Frames are available in multiple sizes and finishes. Furthermore, they are easily attached to our Retracta-Belt Posts, Conventional Stanchions and Sign Posts. These steel channel frames are made with welded corners and a slotted top opening, which makes sign changing easier. Choose the frame you want and get the perfect tool for displaying your message!


  • Visiontron Heavy Duty Sign Frames


  • "Smart" stud allows for easy attachment to Retracta-Belt Posts, Conventional Stanchions and Sign Posts
  • Steel channel frames made with welded corners and a slotted top opening
  • Accept signs up to 1/4" thickness
  • Standard and custom signage inserts available
  • Custom sizes and finishes available
  • Signs 14" x 22" and larger require a metal post cap when mounting to Retracta-Belt posts (sold separately)



  • Size: 7’’ x 11’’, 8.5’’ x 11’’, 11’’ x 14’’, 14’ x 22’’ or 22’’ x 28’’
  • Weight: 0.5 or 3 lbs.
  • Customizable? Multiple sizes and finishes available (depending on the model)
  • Manufacturer’s Part Number: FR__HD


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