Description: Heavy Duty 18 Stanchion Post Horizontal Storage Cart
Watch this quick informative video to see exactly how our clients are using their stanchion posts and barriers to control the flow of their customers and patrons!
Stanchion storage cart
- 18 post capacity.
- Easy to load “low lift” design.
- Accommodates stanchions of any diameter.
- Fits through standard doorways.
- Locking wheels.
- Height (Empty): 39″
- Height (Loaded): 51″
- Width: 32″
- Length: 87″
- Weight: 125 lb.
Stanchion storage cart with padded rack slots
Stanchion storage cart – 18 post storage capacity and built to fit through all standard door and passageways.
This compact storage cart features heavy-duty steel construction, padded rack slots to protect your stanchions swivel wheels that lock when the cart is loaded or unloaded to provide that much-needed stability.
Made in the USA with the highest quality heavy-gauge steel and a cast iron base so that the stanchion storage cart stays safe and durable for decades to come, this horizontal storage cart is a blessing for heavy traffic areas such as airports, shopping malls, sports stadiums, and concert arenas.
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