Tensabarrier® Telescopic Post

RAISE YOUR SIGNAGE ABOVE EYE-LEVEL TO PROVIDE CLEARER SOCIAL DISTANCING MESSAGING

The Tensabarrier® Telescopic Post is a versatile signage solution that can be adjusted in height to suit your application. The universal heavyweight base ensures that the signage remains stable, the edges of this base taper to the floor to ensure that your queue remains accessible for all.

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PRODUCT DETAILS

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Features & Benefits

  • The Telescopic post is a flexible signage solution which can be easily incorporated into your Tensabarrier® queuing system.
  • The post features telescoping tubes that lock into place at a variety of heights, enabling the sign frame to be raised above head level to create a more visible and effective signage solution.
  • No tools required the tubes can easily be raised and locked off up to a maximum of 2.4 meters – this is dependent on sign frame size.
  • The lower post has a set of four receiver splines which allow webbing connectivity from other Tensabarrier® posts.
  • The heavy weight universal base stabilises the post and features edges which taper towards the floor to ensure wheelchairs, pushchairs and suitcases can roll over the base with ease – enabling accessibility for all

Product Specification

  • The lower metal post is available in range of powder coated colours or metal finishes.
  • The telescoping tubes are only available in a steel finish.
  • Steel sign frame is available in a black powder coated finish, A4 and A3 sizes, and portrait and landscape orientations.
  • Four-point anti-tamper webbing connectivity. This allows you to connect other Tensabarrier® products to the receiver splines on the post
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