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Turnstiles

 

Turnstiles

 

Security turnstiles are mechanical posts with revolving arms used to control access in public areas and entryways. Most turnstiles are designed to provide years of trouble free service, and there are many types that can be used to fit your preferences. The professionals at All Secured Security Services in Columbus, Ohio have over 25 years of experience in providing access control solutions and can help you determine the best security turnstiles for your facility’s needs.

 

These structures are available in waist height, optical height and full height options, and only allow one person at a time to pass through to both supervised and unsupervised locations. Access control turnstiles are ideal for:

 

  • Commercial Facilities
  • Industrial Facilities
  • Schools
  • Stadiums
  • Museums
  • Airports
  • Amusement Parks
  • Fair Grounds
  • And more…

 

Traditional security turnstiles come in a tripod designs with a 3-arm rotational, while more modern models can include glass pass gates and bi-directional motorized glass gates that are wheelchair accessible. Advanced access control turnstile can also include features such as biometric scanners, metal detectors, bar code readers and even basic items such as attached counters. Changes in aesthetic design and upgrades to function have made these access control security devices more visually appealing and sophisticated over the years.

 

Whether you are looking for a traditional and basic option or something more sophisticated, All Secured Security Services in Columbus, Ohio offers a variety of access control turnstile products made with high-quality materials that provide reliability, superior performance, ease of maintenance and aesthetic appeal to your required setting. Our experts can help you select the model that works best for you and your crowd control needs. For more information on installing a security turnstile into your commercial building or property, contact the professionals at All Secured in Columbus, Ohio today.

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