All weather car park barriers immediately recognise authorised personnel


A second man has been arrested after a theft at a museum was foiled. The thieves originally broke into Norwich Castle back in February, and one man was caught soon after the event. Now police have revealed a 21-year-old from Newham, east London, has been detained and released on bail until September. The men were thought to have left the scene in a dark hatchback car parked outside the castle being driven by a fifth person.

Tensor has many devices and systems designed to secure all manner of premises, whether museums, offices or large sites. The key role of a Tensor barrier is to prevent unauthorised access whilst providing minimum inconvenience to those who do have authorisation. Suitable for both large and small premises, car park barriers are highly adaptable, can work in any weather, and are able to immediately recognise authorised personnel. For more information on car park barriers, turnstiles, and bollards, we would be happy to send you a datasheet.

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