With vast experience in the industry, we are proud holders of the Secured By Design Certificate. This certifies us to supply over 60 SBD Security Rated fencing and gate systems. Our portfolio includes a range of security fencing and gating installations for the NHS, Local Authorities and all types of private, commercial and industrial businesses.
We are happy to take on any size job and work alongside you from an initial complimentary consultation and site survey right through to submitting design proposals and subsequent manufacture and installation.
PERIMETER FENCING SYSTEMS TURNSTILES
Perfect for monitoring entry and egress
Eliminate threats to security and controlling pedestrian access
Tailored Access Control Packages for autonomous operation
Robust and resistant to any climate
Available in heights between 1 and 2.4 metres,
Available in any standard RAL colour to easily match your existing security installation or your branding.
Posts of a matching colour and height
Mesh or tubular in-fill
Tamper-proof security fixings.
Being designers and manufacturers of our own products means that we are highly adaptable and would be happy to work with you on issues that require a bespoke solution.
Have a browse through our site, download our brochure and as always please do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions or wish to progress your project.
USES FOR TURNSTILES
With advances in technology, modern automated turnstiles are a far cry from those old mechanical versions that you used to pass through to go and watch the match. Many of them now incorporate complex and fully-featured access control systems utilising micro-processors and the very latest technological advances.
Turnstiles are a high-security item, employed to make sure premises are safe and secure and entrance or access is controlled and monitored. They allow venues to check, search and question people wishing to gain entry, control direction of travel and enable isolation of potential trouble spots.
More benignly, turnstiles can be used as a great tool for collecting data. Where people are going and in what sort of numbers. They can also speed up or even slow down processes by allowing a consistent flow of footfall at a controlled rate.
Venues that use ticketing or payment for access often make use of turnstiles. They can be automated with access control systems or monitored and operated by personnel.
BENEFITS OF TURNSTILES
Many sectors across the country have started to invest more in automated physical security systems. In some cases, security has become completely autonomous made possible by micro-processed programmable access control functions and the very latest in ID verification technology. Unlike a security guard, a turnstile can work efficiently and effectively 24 hours a day.
Turnstiles can also act as an effective visual deterrent by halting someone considering attempting to gain unauthorised access in their tracks.
There are a whole host of reasons why organisations, venues, travel hubs and others might want to collect data from their turnstiles. Admission counting helps identify peak travel times, peak visiting times, total admission fees collected or indeed when installed on an exit, how many people leave a venue and how long they have spent there.
RETURN ON INVESTMENT
Autonomous turnstile systems inevitably lead to a reduced requirement for staffing and as a result, reductions in staffing costs. For venues that charge for entrance, decreases in unauthorised and unpaid access mean that revenues truly reflect the level of use without profits taking a hit from people sneaking in. They also make it impossible for internal theft from staff misconduct to occur.
The robust construction and yet reasonably simple mechanical operation of turnstiles mean that they operate reliably in all types of climates and in all conditions. Ongoing repair and maintenance costs are minimal.
GET IN TOUCH
For a free initial consultation or to book a site survey please contact our friendly and helpful staff team. You can use the contact form, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01443 749780 / 07506 102263