DESIGNED TO PREVENT TAILGATING IN UNMANNED AREAS, HIGH SECURITY PORTALS ARE A SAFE AND SECURE OPTION WITHOUT COMPROMISING ON AESTHETICS.
High Security Portals offer a two-stage authority check with maximum protection for controlling the entry and exit of patrons. They are designed to physically stop tailgating in unmanned situations, and provide a greater level of security than traditional turnstiles or speedgates.
Security portals operate by the first door opening, and the authorised person proceeds into the portal. The first door closes, and the anti-tailgating system checks only one person is in the portal. Once this check is complete, and any additional security checks have been passed, the second door opens to let the authorised person into the secure area.
The advanced door interlock technology ensures at least one door is closed at all times to restrict access.
With over five models in our range, each with their own variant, our high security portals are the ideal solution to prevent unauthorised visitors accessing your facility. They are a secure and stylish option, and come with many advanced safety and security features.
To prevent tailgating, the security booth checks the entrant’s weight against pre-set thresholds. If the weight exceeds the threshold, the Dynamic Weighing Software analyses how the weight has entered the portal. To protect against vandalism or attacks, the portal is made of attack and bullet resistant glass with options for higher rated solutions.
The portals’ safety features include integration to the fire alarm system to open both doors in an emergency, battery back-up to provide continued operation in case of power failures, internal anti-panic button to power down the last door opened so it can be manually opened, and IR safety sensors to check the doorway is clear before closing. The portals come with an internal intercom for communication with security or reception teams, and can be fitted with extra security options such as biometric identification or CCTV.
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