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Queue Management Systems Utility Posts Perfect for cordoning off hazardous areas, both internal


or external. • Durable and weather resistant uPVC posts. • Posts simply screw into the base. • 4-way connectivity with 4m webbing length. • Bases are made with strong recycled rubber and are stackable for easy storage, they also feature carry grips for ease of transport.


• To Order: Replace asterisk (*) with choice of webbing colour: Code Post Colour


BUB50/* Red BUB51/* Yellow BUB52/* Black


Quantity & Price Per Post 1-3


4+


£129.00 £129.00 £129.00


£123.00 £123.00 £123.00


17 13 Slimline Tensabarrier


Stylish, easy to use barrier system. • Bases have been designed with the DDA in mind, base design allows wheelchairs to ride over the weighted base with little resistance.


• Controlled retraction system allows the 2.3m black webbing to smoothly retract reducing the amount of wear on the fabric.


• Built-in locking tape end to prevent accidental release of the webbing.


• Stylish 955mm high post and base design available in chrome or brushed steel finish which allows 4-way connectivity.


4-Way Connectivity


Advance Tensabarrier Unique features make it safer, sturdier and more


adaptable for everyday use. • Controlled retraction system with smooth webbing retraction reducing the amount of wear on the fabric.


• Built-in locking tape end to prevent accidental release of the webbing.


• Fitted with 4-way connectivity to enable connection to other posts complete with 2.3m length of webbing.


• Posts are 955mm in height available in 2 versions; 11kg or heavyweight option of 18kg for more testing conditions.


• Posts and webbing come in a range of options. Please see colour options below.


• Suffix product code with the post colour reference followed by the webbing colour reference, eg. If a black post and black/white webbing is required, the code would be BWB10/BK/04.


Code Finish


BUB108 Chrome BUB109 Brushed Steel


Quantity & Price Each 1-3


4+


£222.00 £260.00


£210.00 £245.00


01


04 15


02


05 17


14


06 16


03


07 08


09 11


13


10 12


Tensabarrier Rollapost


The easiest way to have queue management on demand. • Innovative system allows up to 5 Rollaposts to be stacked together quickly and compactly.


CH-Charcoal BK-Black Y-Yellow BL-Blue HG-Hammer Grey BE-Beige Code Description Chrome


BWB10 11kg Advance Tensabarrier BWB12 18kg Advance Tensabarrier


Quantity & Price Per Post 1-3


4+


£199.00 £229.00


£189.00 £218.00


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Code BWB13


BR-Brown G-Green R-Red W-White


• Built in wheels enable the stacked barriers to be easily moved to the required location before being wheeled into position.


• 4-way connectivity with 2.3m of webbing. • Each post is 955mm high and weighs 14kg. • Suffix product code with the post colour reference followed by the webbing colour reference (see opposite) eg. if a grey post and black webbing is required the code would be BWB13/HG/03.


Quantity & Price Each 1-3


4+ £220.00 £202.00 143


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