Turnstiles offer improved security and extended flow capacity
Payments to local shops and businesses have been proposed as part of a council project to maintain public toilet provision. Where a pub, shop or other premises can open its ‘WC’ facilities to the public, the nearest local authority toilet at Highland Council would be shut down. The Scottish council wants to widen the project to save money on its bottom line. It currently spends more than £1.2m a year on its 115 public toilets.
Tensor's turnstiles offer improved security and extended flow capacity as well as smart card and coin operating options, the latter raising much-needed revenue to keep the toilet open. Coupled with a set of smart cards, flow capacity is significantly increased compared with any swipe card system, as the card is read in under ¼ second and does not have to be removed from a wallet or purse. Without compromising the safety of those who use the turnstile, speed and reliability are provided even during rush hour periods. Also available as a double half height turnstile, your throughput can be doubled.