Popular Cafe Barrier

from £117.00

Product data sheet

Description

Popular Cafe Barrier is a modular barrier system, ideal for defining areas ouside restaurants, bars and shopping centres

Black finish steel to tie in with your decor and image


Popular Cafe Barrier is easy to assemble

Feed the top rail through the top banner loop

Hook the rail into the posts and the banner is suspended

Spring clips are used to restrain the bottom of the banner through eyelets

Rails can be used instead of the spring clips

Available in 3 widths 1000mm, 1500mm and 2000mm


Heavyweight posts and bases for stability (8kgs)

Posts, Bases, Rails. Spring Clips and Banners can be purchased as individual components


Printed single-sided on banner vinyl as standard. Please ask us to quote for double-sided.

Polyester fabric also available by quotation


Standard Sets are available, linked together in one run

1 Banner with 1 rail and 2 post assemblies

2 Banners with 2 rails and 3 post assemblies

3 Banners with 3 rails and 4 post assemblies

4 Banners with 4 rails and 5 post assemblies

5 Banners with 5 rails and 6 post assemblies


Post assemblies include post. base and spring clips

Please ask us to quote for other combinations


Delivery - Popular Cafe Barrier is generally from stock.

With printing, about 7 days from approval of artwork


If it's urgent - please ask!


Cafe Barriers can be used in many different locations frequented by the public. However, that doesn't mean that you are aoutomatically allowed to use them on a public pavement/footpath. There is usually no problem on private land, but most people are unaware that there are laws covering signs and advertisements, including their size and location on your property and near public spaces. This is all covered by the The Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) (England) Regulations 2007. There is a publication - Outdoor Advertisements and Signs: A Guide for Advertisers - which will give you legal guidance. Having said that, it does depend on local circumstances as to whether or not you may be asked to remove a sign or advertisement.