Pipe and Drape Short Walls are used for crowd control queuing, masking, or creating open-air trade shows. They are also an excellent stanchion alternative for making different size wall configurations used for crowd control. This kit is available for purchase in 10ft or 100ft lengths. These sections are used as an inline wall or create a hall in place of crowd control stanchions. Utilize our fixed 3ft uprights, 8” x 14” bases, and telescoping 6-10’ drape support to create a back wall 3ft high x 100ft W depending on your needs, and choose your fabric and color from our Banjo or Poly Premier. Need a different width, check out our 10ft wide add-on sections for this kit.
This Kit Contains:
Want something custom? Need help choosing the package that’s right for you? We can accommodate! Give us a quick call at 800-433-9767 and one of our sales reps will be happy to help you find exactly what you’re looking for or create a custom kit for you.
When purchasing a kit larger than 10 feet, please review our PDF on inline vs. freestanding backdrops to make sure you get the appropriate amount of hardware.
**All of Georgia Expo fabrics ship with a Flame Certificate. We test to NFPA 701, CA Title 19 Small Scale, CAN NFPA 705 and CAN/ULC-S109-14
View all of our Banjo color options.
View all of our Poly Premier color options
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Due to the large volume of base plates we manufacture, Georgia Expo purchases raw steel from multiple mills in order to meet demand; as such, the look of the bases may vary between orders. This does not affect the performance of the product: all grey base plates are made from galvanized steel, and the industrial finish can appear different from plate to plate.
CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
For more information: www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
Disclaimer: Pipe and Drape should never be used where tip-over could cause harm or damage.