Improve Site Security with Car Park Barriers
Car Park Barriers play a crucial role in ensuring the safety and security of car parks, buildings and most importantly, members of staff and other people on site.
At Tensor, we understand the significance that Access Control Barrier Systems have for businesses and organisations wanting to protect assets and ensure the safety of employees. This is why we are dedicated to providing the best and most reliable Car Park Barriers, Gates and Turnstiles for all of our customers.
Car Park Barriers for Business Security
Tensor’s range of Access Control Barriers Systems are designed to have your back in all security aspects. This means that if you are looking to have better control of the entrances/exits of your car park, or if you require greater security measures both outside and inside your building, then we have you covered.
Here’s a break down of our range of Access Control Barrier Systems, specifically designed to meet your businesses requirements:
Car Park Barriers
Our Car Park Barriers are designed to stand the test of time. Being corrosion-free and having exceptional durability, there is no one Car Park Barrier more dependable and reliable than ours. Working 24 hours a day, our Barriers provide a secure and efficient method of controlling who is granted access to your site, and can be integrated with our Intercom system and ANPR cameras for an extra layer of security. Integrating your Car Park Barrier with ANPR means that only authorised vehicles with registration plates stored in the ANPR database can be granted access onto your site.
Secure, Automatic Gates
Tensor provides secure, Automatic Gates for businesses to use at the entrance to their car park or other access controlled areas. Our Access Control Gates can also be integrated with ANPR for stricter controls, and can also be operated using Smart Cards (as part of an Access Control System), tickets, tokens or coins.
Full Height & Half Height Turnstiles
Full Height Turnstiles and Half Height Turnstiles can be used both inside and outside of your building. Full Height Turnstiles are usually operated outdoors as they offer a more secure approach and act as a visual deterrent to unwanted visitors. Meanwhile, Half Height Turnstiles are typically used inside a building where it is less likely for people to jump over them.