Cool speed stiles found at Securex

Boomgate Systems the engineers of access control displayed their wide range of entrance control equipment at Securex, Africa’s leading security and fire safety trade exhibition, the Pro Wing Speedstile was a particular crowd pleaser.

Boomgate systems Pro Wing SpeedStile

The Pro Wing Speedstile is a high-speed gate that facilitates heavy pedestrian traffic. The gates are released for one cycle to allow one entry/exit from triggering devices, like card readers, ticketing systems, biometric readers and more. Two slimline cabinets stand next to each other 520mm apart for a standard narrow lane and 900mm apart for a wide lane for wheelchair access. The cabinets are mild steel epoxy coated, brushed stainless steel 304 and an option of granite tops on request. Toughened glass panels come out of the cabinet to close the access lane. The glass wings quickly retract and light up like disco lights with every user input and the business logo can be sandblasted onto the gate sections for a customised touch. The fast opening and closing speed of one second mean that fewer gates are required compared to similar products. The Pro Wing Speedstile comes with a 3-year warranty and is proudly South African designed and manufactured.

Recommended applications include banks, reception areas, leisure facilities, museums, railway stations, or any application where high volume traffic access needs to be controlled and monitored. Power consumption is 350W per lane and during a power failure gates are opened and a fire alarm or emergency evacuation mode can be programmed to integrate with other building management systems. Boomgate systems offer a wide range of options to complement any prestige installation and exports worldwide.

The Pro Wing Speed Stile is a cool and versatile product suitable for most entrance control.

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