Tensor turnstile bodies have lockable lids to prevent unwanted access
The authorities feared a bomb or other explosive device had been set off in public toilets in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, because locals had heard a large bang coming from the building. Officers from the neighbouring constabulary and firefighters attended the scene, but thankfully no fire was occurring. A spokesman said: "The police are now involved in an investigation to assess the cause of the explosion," and added that the structure was widely and severely damaged.
Tensor supply fully-warranted toilet turnstiles, which are coin operated and duty cycle rated for intensive use, as part of their unbeatable access control range. They allow local authorities to provide secure public conveniences to a good standard and generate revenue for the general day to day maintenance, cleaning and upkeep. The turnstile bodies have lockable lids to prevent unwanted access and are securely mounted to the floor plate. The separate coin box can be mounted either in front of the turnstile, at the side or alternatively can be wall mounted with the cash box at the rear, giving a vast range of configurable options.