Visiontron Magnetic Mounted Conventional Posts - Flat Top

SKU CCW-02-018-00294
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  • Flat Top Stanchion
  • Magnetic Mount
  • Multiple finishes available
  • Ropes sold separately
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$672.57

Product Overview

You wish you could install and remove your Conventional Post more easily and with less damage to your floors? The Visiontron Magnetic Mounted Conventional Post is your solution! No drilling, therefore, no damage to your floors – these stanchions will keep your queues in line throughout the day! The flat top is not only easy on the eyes, but it also gives you the option to add signage on the top. Check it out!

Includes:

  • Visiontron Magnetic Mounted Conventional Posts - Flat Top

Features:

  • Easy to install and to remove
  • Does not require drilling holes
  • Requires Magnetic Floor Plate (sold separately)
  • Maintains a semi-permanent queue line that will last throughout the day
  • Multiple finishes available, some of which can be used outdoors (may require weatherproofing)
  • Solid top surface
  • Tap for Signage option available (SUB-TAP) 

Specification

Specifications:

  • Post Top Style: Flat Top
  • Height: 38.5’’
  • Post Diameter: 2’’
  • Base Diameter: 6.25’’
  • Weight: 13 lbs.
  • Customizable? Multiple finishes available + signage on the top
  • Manufacturer’s Part Number: ST600MG

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