Boon Edam announced the launch of an updated Turnlock full height turnstile that offers increased performance and an improved experience for users and installers alike. The update focuses on the design of the speed control mechanism and the overall construction of the turnstile’s top channel, providing improved rotation action and a significant reduction in overall weight of the top channel. In addition, the optional, emergency backup battery lasts twice as long as before.
Boon Edam announced that its Trilock 60 and Trilock 75 turnstiles have a completely re-engineered internal mechanism that operates more smoothly and with an exceptionally quiet operation during use, when the arms are rotating into the next position. The turnstiles are quieter than before because the interior ratcheting and locking mechanism (which controls rotation of the arms to allow a single authorized passage) now has a redesigned shape while maintaining a secure functionality.
Boon Edam Inc., a global leader in security entrances and architectural revolving doors, announced the hiring of Tom Schneider as the company’s new Engineering Manager. Tom brings to Boon Edam 22 years of experience in increasingly responsible roles within scientific and technical disciplines at several companies. In his most recent position, Tom managed technical programs for KYMA Technologies.