What is a Queue Barrier?
Queue barriers are, essentially, crowd control systems. From retractable belt barriers to pole & rope systems, cafe barriers to crowd barriers; there’s a style to suit every need. They are ideal for use at busy exhibitions, museums, tourist attractions, airports and entertainment venues; or even for directing people away from dangerous areas on construction sites or in factories.
The most popular kind of queue barrier is the retractable barrier system. These come in a range of styles, colours and finishes to suit different occasions. Each one consists of a pole and base (or wall-mounted bracket) and retractable belt tape which can be connected to other retractable barriers to create a bespoke queueing system that suits your needs.
Rope & pole barriers are a more luxurious, less durable alternative to retractable barriers, making them ideal for use in restaurants, nightclubs and hotels. They direct customer footfall while providing an executive and professional look.
Cafe barriers are formed of two stanchion posts supporting a printed graphic banner between them. They are most commonly found outside cafes, restaurants and other hospitality venues, denoting seating or smoking areas.
Queue barriers are also known as:
- Queue Management Systems
- Crowd Control Barriers
- Extendable Barriers
- Retracting Barriers
- Crowd Barriers
- Tensator Barriers
- Tensa Barriers
- Belt Barriers
- Rope & Pole Barrier