Swinger – Road Safety Sign

Swinger – Road Safety Sign

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ET4-4000 Swinger - Takes panel: 600W x 600H (mm) Login or Register to view prices.
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The Swinger Swing Stand is brilliant for road safety signs and general traffic management messages, it’s very
economical price makes it a great solution where appearance isn’t everything. A great workhorse!

  • Galvanized tube
  • Tube is 25mm
  • Available in 3 Sizes
  • Panel not included with the Swing Stand
  • Hinge to lock it in the open position
  • Comes in boxes of 5 units

These are often known as Swing stands or Quad stands and are used for road signage and traffic management. Any where there are Road works you will see our Swinger Stands!

Delivery

Your goods will be delivered within 1-9 days Australia-wide.

  • FREE delivery Australia-wide on orders of $98 placed on the website.
  • Flat $18 nationwide delivery on orders up to $98.

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08/10/2021
Andrew M.
AU AU

swing frames

Service was fast and product was excellent and price competitive. W, Messer Owner NBS Signmakers

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17/04/2020
Hoppa .
AU AU

Swinger sign frames

Would like to see a sturdier lock arm, or one on each side as it seemed a little flimsy. We cut our sign frames down as they were too tall for what we needed and we filled them wit concrete as they were too light weight for the client as they were concerned they would blow over on a windy day?