Visiontron Wall Mount Bracket for WM6500

SKU CCW-02-022-00554
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  • Wall Mounted Bracket Only
  • Fixed Mount Wall Barrier
  • Designed to work with the WM6500SB Belt Barrier only
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$71.55

Product Overview

The WM6500 model is designed to work with a wall mount bracket. The Visiontron Wall Mount Bracket can rotate, which allows for the head to swivel in any direction and for the belt to be pulled out at any angle. The removable head not only allows you to purchase additional brackets, but also makes the unit transportable to additional locations throughout your facility. This is the addition you need for your WM6500!


Includes:

  • Visiontron Wall Mount Bracket for WM6500

Features:

  • Designed to work with the WM6500SB Belt Barrier only
  • Constructed from heavy duty aluminum
  • Rotates, which allows for the belt to be pulled out at any angle
  • Removable head
  • Ideal for areas guiding passengers during tarmac boarding and deplaning, airplane/bus/cruise ship loading, closing parking lots, guarding large machinery, warehouse maintenance and other long span requirements

 

Specification

Specifications:

  • Material: Heavy Duty Aluminum
  • Color: Smooth Black
  • Weight: 2 lbs.
  • Manufacturer’s Part Number: WP6500SB

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