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  • Tension Banner Stand with Changeable Graphic

    As an alternative to a roller banner, our Tension banner stand is our original tension banner and is perfect for frequent use.

    Using a snap rail system that allows your graphic message to be changed easily, the Tension banner has a lightweight base and pole that are perfect for transportation and is finished in aluminium and anodised silver. This stand is ideal if you require quick assembly and easy transportation.

  •  Tension Banner Stand
    Assembled Dimensions2010mm (h) x 800mm (w) x 365mm (d)
    Visual Area 2000mm (h) x 800mm (w)

    Complete with 1 graphic£75.00
    Replacement graphic panel including banner printing only£65.00

    Prices exclude VAT.

  • We recommend our Tension banner stand for both quick and temporary and permanent displays.

    Universities and schools appreciate the lightweight mobility of this advertising banner and the simple snap rails that make changing the graphics very easy. Retail environments and promoters find that this banner suits their needs for frequent use. Exhibitors attending events and exhibitions choose our Tension banner stand for its quick assembly and lightweight transportation. All round, the Tension banner stand is a top display.

  • Our Tension banner stand is the budget option from Marler Haley’s range of tension banner stands. It’s also very easy to set up. Here’s how:

    1. Remove the graphic, pole and base from the supplied carry bag.
    2. There is a male fitting on the graphic and a female fitting on one end of the base. Thread male and female ends together, as shown.
    3. Tighten the wingnut to secure the base to the graphic.
    4. The pole is made up of three smaller sections, linked with elastic bungee cord. The three sections then slot together.
    5. Insert one end of the pole into the fitting located in the base.
    6. The top of the graphic clips into the top of the support pole at an angle as shown.
    7. You can tilt the banner backwards for reach as necessary.
Complete Price


£90.00 including VAT

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Tension Banner Stand
  • Tension banner stand with changeable graphic
  • Ideal for regular display use
  • Lightweight
  • Snap rail graphic fixing
  • Complete with carry case
  • Standard production: 48-72 hours from receipt of artwork
  • Multibuy options available. Please call to discuss
  • Artwork Uploader

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MH800 Display Light – £35.00

£35.00 Add to cart

Tension Banner Replacement Graphic – £65

£65.00 Add to cart

How to send your artwork

If you have print ready artwork:

  1. Place your order
  2. Ensure your artwork follows the guidelines in these templates:
  3. Upload your artwork - to our Artwork Uploader
  4. Our in-house expert graphic technician checks all artwork for quality and will raise any concerns before printing. Please be aware that it is your responsibility to check accuracy

We ask for high resolution files to make sure your design is the best it can be, ideally in their native format (PDF/EPS/AI/QXD). Click here to download our artwork specification for full details.

If you don't have print ready work: Find out how we can help to design your perfect display or see our Customer Services section

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  1. H Lawrence


    Throughout the enquiry, ordering, proofing, and delivery process, the staff from Marler Haley were very helpful. They met our quite tight timeframe, and the product looked great. The only issue we had was that the tension on one of the banners was not quite right, however I raised this and it was quickly resolved.

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