Aeroturn will be displaying their latest turnstile solutions at the 29th Annual ASIS New York City Security Conference & Expo at Booth #421 on May 16th at the Javits Center in NYC.
The New York City Chapter of ASIS International, a global community of security practitioners, is among the largest Chapters in ASIS International. The membership exceeds 1500 members and represents an entire spectrum of security professionals, security contractors and practitioners from the New York City metropolitan area.
ASIS NYC will bring together security professionals, government and law enforcement to further their common goals in security and to share experiences and best practices. Corporate security professionals, including many Fortune 500 companies and providers of security services, as well as Federal, State and local law enforcement, participate in the NYC Chapter and will be attending the show.
Aeroturn will be showcasing their standard X-Wing Turnstile with LED lighting and 6 inch fixed hinged pivot barrier style at booth #421. Some advantages of this made in the USA turnstile includes:
- 36″ passageway with a double (opposed) panel unit.
- 39-72″ tall panels in frameless, easily replaceable, 10mm safety glass.
- Barrier Safety Clutch Mechanism at the moving panels.
- Emergency Release that is activated with supplied Aerokey. Safely opens passageway when activated and auto-secures when deactivated.
- Modular mechanics with a single mechanism or dual mechanism in a single cabinet. These mechanics allow us unlimited flexibility in creating unique cabinets, flush mounting in walls to secure hallways, and running in tandem to create man-traps with screening in between.
- Site-Adjustable Barrier Speed allows you infinite and independent adjustment of open and close panel speed.
- Energy Saving Performance reduces power consumption after unlocking. X-Wing mechanics, when combined with Aeroturn UPS, will run in excess of 5,000 cycles without external power.
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