DSI Announces New Full Height Mechanical Turnstiles

Feb. 4, 2005
Designed Security, Inc. (DSI) Has Added Full Height Mechanical Turnstiles to Its Line of Access Management Solutions.
Bastrop, Texas — Designed Security, Inc. (DSI) has added full height mechanical turnstiles to its line of access management solutions. DSI full height turnstiles are designed for indoor and outdoor applications where added security and high pedestrian traffic are priorities.Full height turnstiles are ideal at unattended locations in a facility where only authorized employee access is allowed. While providing a true access control barrier, these units will still control high throughput traffic flow of up to 20 people per minute per turnstile. They are also compatible with any major access control system.“Full height turnstiles can help reduce tailgating, allowing only one authorized person entry at a time,” said Curtis Lamson, DSI sales manager. “In a typical door application, with the same swipe of a card, the door may be held open for several people to pass through. This can lead to major security concerns.”The full height turnstiles are part of DSI’s extensive line of entry control products including customizable optical turnstiles and waist high mechanical turnstiles. In addition to entry control products, DSI manufactures door alarms, annunciators, pushbuttons, key switches, tailgate detection and mantrap systems. Visit www.dsigo.com or call 1-800-272-3555 for more information.

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