Portable isolation belt ,bank queue line control barricade is ideal for use in reception place, hotels, airports and retail outlets where crowd control is necessary.
|Product name||telescopic airport queue barrier|
|Material||casting steel , or as your request|
|Apply function||public place such as airport ,railway station ,hospital ,bank etc.|
polished ,brushed ,titanium plated
One stanchion with one retractable belt
Logo and title as your request
color is available
Material for choice:
1) black powder-coated steel;
2) brushed stainless steel;
3) polished stainless steel;
Customized height available.
Message or logo imprinting for belt available.
Customized belt for length, width and color.
Stanchions are an effective and versatile tool for managing crowds and ensuring social distancing. They are a great solution for organizing events, managing businesses, and controlling pedestrian traffic. By understanding the different types of stanchions available and their advantages and disadvantages, consumers can make an informed decision about which type is right for their needs.
Some other types of stanchions include:
Post and panel stanchions
Traffic cones and barriers
Each of these stanchions is designed for specific purposes and can be used in a variety of situations. Rope stanchions are often used in upscale events and can be customized to match the decor of the venue. Chain stanchions are more robust and can be used in outdoor areas or construction sites. Heavy-duty stanchions are designed to withstand heavy use and can be used in high-traffic areas. Post and panel stanchions are often used to create a permanent barrier in public areas. Classic stanchions are the most common type of stanchion and can be used in a variety of situations. Portable stanchions are lightweight and easy to move, making them perfect for events and temporary setups. Pedestrian barricades are designed to control foot traffic in outdoor areas, while traffic cones and barriers are used to direct vehicular traffic. Tensabarriers are retractable belt barriers that are often used in public places, such as airports and train stations. Finally, security stanchions are often used in areas where security