Security turnstiles cope with high traffic volumes at busy spots
New seafront toilets opened today (Wednesday, February 1) to replace those which were damaged in an arson attack. Weymouth and Portland Borough Council officially opened the Pier Bandstand toilets in Weymouth. Some of the funding for the upgrade to the toilets in the area has been provided by the London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games. Meanwhile, the damaged toilets will remain closed to the public and the temporary toilets which had been used will be removed.
In these days of heightened security, Tensor’s gates, barriers, and turnstiles will give your firm full jurisdiction over movement and access in and around your site. The key role of a Tensor barrier system is to prevent unauthorised access while providing minimum inconvenience to those who do have authorised access to your site. Tensor turnstiles are ideal for providing access to a toilet facility, to the benefit of both councils and private companies. These durable, coin operated turnstiles cope with high traffic volumes at busy spots.