Visiontron Mini Sockets

SKU CCW-02-027-00108
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  • Mini Socket Only
  • For use with Mini Socket Stanchions
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Product Overview

The Visiontron Mini Sockets are a necessary add-on to your Mini Socket Mounted Retracta-Belt and Conventional posts. Choose between 2’’ and 4’’ deep sockets, depending on the floor material and depth that you require. In addition to that, there’s an optional flange which is ideal for installations on carpets or when a hammer drill is used instead of a core drill, so as to cover a rough hole.


  • Visiontron Mini Sockets


  • Mini sockets include caps
  • Available in 2" and 4" length to accompany various floors and to ensure that the Mini Socket reaches the sub-floor
  • Flange – for installations on carpets and for covering rough holes
  • Custom sockets available to suit various floor constructions
  • Ready for exterior use without modification
  • Professional installation recommended, but not required




  • Socket Material: Stainless Steel
  • Socket Depth: 2’’ or 4’’
  • Socket Diameter: 0.75’’
  • Flange Diameter: 1.75’’
  • Weight: 1 lbs.
  • Customizable? Custom sockets available to suit various floor constructions
  • Manufacturer’s Part Number: 422-2SS, 422-4SS, 422F-2SS, 422F-4SS


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