Pilot 10m Belt Barrier

Pilot 10m Belt Barrier

Retractable Belt System

The Pilot retracting belt system brings an entirely new level of functionality and versatility to the area of pedestrian management. Rather than being a single product with some accessories added along the way, Pilot has been designed from the outset as a complete integrated system. This system consists of the main Pilot body unit with a 10 metre braked-belt and our unique ‘twist-lok’ quick connect system.

Twist-lok allows the Pilot body to be switched between a range of posts, cones, and wall and magna-mount holders. Pilot is available in six standard belt colours and four printed belts.

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The Pilot body unit contains a 10 metre heavy duty belt with internal braking system and a unique twist-lok cone mount (PILOT-CM) that allows it to be quickly connected to a portable post, traffic cone, wall or magna mount holder. Pilot is available in six standard belt colours and four printed message belts.

Simply fit Pilot over the top of your cone or post or, if you wish, it can be screwed to the cone for greater security. Alternatively, using our optional wall mount bracket, Pilot can be used to block doorways, close off aisles in warehouses or anywhere that requires a fixed barrier.

Also available is a switchable warning light with built-in daylight sensor.


58 - 62 Separation Street,
North Geelong, Victoria, 3215,

1300 55 33 20

1300 92 05 44

Barrier Group

Barrier Group is Australia’s leading industrial safety manufacturer and distributor. Barrier Group designs, manufactures and distributes a wide range of industrial and pedestrian safety products such as bollards, fencing and pedestrian barriers, industrial gates, queue control systems, and traffic and car control products like speed humps, wheel stops and traffic delineators. We supply to all Australian cities including Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Canberra, Hobart and Darwin, and supply to most overseas locations.

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