Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Use Retractable Belt Products for a Safer Work Environment these highly visible retractable belt stanchion barriers to clearly warn against hazardous areas and help prevent accidents. They are more reusable, visible and durable than throw-away caution or floor tape. They are extremely durable and resistant to tough wear and tear.

Economy Warehouse 15', 20', 25' & 30'  Automatic Retracting UnitThe Wall Mounted Retractable Belt Barrier creates a highly visible warning against open loading docks. They also restrict access to unauthorized or dangerous areas. These retractable barriers can be mounted to warehouse aisles or restrict access during loading. They also save floor space when there is no room for posts.

NEW 65' Stand Mount Retracta-BeltThe Retractable Belt Stanchions are used to create a perimeter around unsafe machinery, restrict areas around indoor or outdoor construction and even define forklift lanes and walking paths in the warehouse. They are extremely useful to designate FME zones, Arc flash boundaries and more.

The extremely long spanning 65' retractable belt units can be used to mark off construction sites and other long span requirements. They are also used to close parking lots and parking garages.

The retractable belt cone toppers let you add a retractable belt to a standard traffic cone. They help you prevent pedestrians from walking between traffic cones on work sites and for parking lot maintenance. They are also great around manhole covers.

NEW Retracta-Cone Cone Topper Retractable Barrier - 10' specializes in pedestrian traffic and crowd control stanchions and systems offering the highest quality and widest variety of Stanchions (Stantions), Barriers, ADA Compliant Posts, Display Posts, Heavy Duty Utility Posts, Single and Dual Line Posts, Belts, Ropes, and other crowd control equipment at the lowest prices. has served tens of thousands of customers including retailers, fortune 500 companies, hotels, churches, health care, educational institutions and government facilities throughout North America and worldwide since 1993. can be viewed at or by calling us at 631-367-2005.

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