Banner Stakes Plus Barrier System

Banner Stakes Plus Barrier System

The Banner Stakes Plus Barrier System is reuasable, portable and customizable. It can be used to block off areas, convey warning and direct crowds, and is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. The Banner Stakes Plus product line is a heavier duty version of the Banner Stakes Standard Barrier System and offers additional features and benefits. The Banner Stakes System consists of three parts: the Banner Head, the Banner Stake, and the Banner Base.

The Banner Head Plus is made from rust-proof plastic with stainless steel components and the belt material is made from heavy duty woven polyester that won't fray or pucker. The retractable tape is 2.5" wide, extends to 15' long and is available with over 15 different safety-related messages/colour combinations featured in bold black lettering. (Custom colours and messages available.) The Banner Head Plus has 3 receiver slots that allow for gridding and delineation of work areas in any configuration. Heads secure onto Plus Stanchions with a push-pin lock system for added stability and security. Dimensions: 6.61" L x 3.43" W x 3.23" H.

The Banner Stake Plus is made from rust-proof plastic and has a twist-off removable spike for dual purpose use – in soft ground surfaces with spike or in Banner Base Plus by removing spike. It includes built-in dual spike and footpad for easy soft ground insertion. The stanchion has a telescoping stake that extends up to 42". Available in orange, yellow and red. Dimensions: 33.9" L x 2.375" W x 3.35" H.

The Banner Base Plus is made from rust-proof plastic and has a low-profile base for an enhanced image and a carry handle for easy portability. It can be filled with water up to 18 lbs or sand up to 30 lbs for greater stability and includes a tethered plug cap to keep the water or sand sealed inside. Dimensions: 15" L x 15" W x 4.75" H.

 

 














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