Safety and cleanliness of toilets made easier with coin operated turnstile
As more and more toilets are closed because councils feel under pressure to cut what they see as expensive luxuries, high streets are taking over the provision. Richmond Council in south-west London pioneered a scheme in 2009, where councils pay retail concerns like bars and stores to let people use their public conveniences. It means 14 premises have joined the partnership, in which the local council reviews the toilets to ensure they are safe and clean.
Safety, security and cleanliness of public toilets are made easier with a Tensor toilet turnstile which can cope with severe operating conditions and is suitable for indoor and outdoor installations. Coin operated toilet turnstiles have the added benefit of preventing people from wandering into the toilets as they now have to pay for the privilege. The separate coin box can be mounted either in front of the turnstile, at the side, or wall mounted with the cash box at the rear. Our turnstiles offer improved security and are available in a number of styles (half height or full height models) to suit your needs.