Whether you need a solution to limit entry of authorized individuals or to detect tailgating, We have turnstiles that will prevent crowding and monitor access.
Analyze facilities with precision by counting patrons entering and exiting.
Turnstiles can add prestige to your facility while helping control the flow of people through designated entry and exit points.
Also known as Waist-High Turnstiles. They provide single or bi-directional access control and/or patron counting. Motorized arm rotation provides a very comfortable passage experience for patrons.
Full Height Turnstiles
Full Height Turnstiles are rugged low maintenance solutions for the harshest outdoor conditions. They act as a deterrent against tailgating and unauthorized entry at your fence line. We have two models, stainless steel or transparent for interior esthetics.
How can I choose the right turnstile?
There are many things to consider when choosing a turnstile. From shift changes to one-way walkways or parkway entry, we need to consider how frequently it will be used, if it’s going to just count people or if you need to use access control fobs. There's also a fee-based entry using tickets or tokens. We have a team that can help you design the correct system for your application.
Can I integrate my access control system with turnstiles?
Absolutely! Turnstiles are used in a wide variety of access control systems. They require personnel to use credentials such as fobs or id badges.
What will happen when the electricity goes off and in emergency situations?
Turnstiles instantly unlock under emergency situations (power outages, fire, etc) We can also make them lock under situations such as a lockdown.
Can I use turnstiles indoors and outdoors?
Turnstiles are made for indoor or outdoor situations. For all Outdoor applications, we use 316 stainless steel to prevent corrosion.
Can I operate turnstiles manually or remotely?
Turnstiles are to be operated by the user at the turnstile. You can have a person who monitors the turnstile from the surveillance terminal.
How do I give access to ADA Pedestrians?
We need to have a wide bay for anyone who has disabilities to allow for wheelchairs.