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Slim Speed gates for security entrance control

by Vincent L. Professional for security trusntile gates&access c
Mechanical opening in case of emergency or power outage Swing-off obstacle for emergency evacuations (option)
Recommended Features
  • slim lane for flexible installation
  • elegant design to fit high class buildings
  • fast people through out put
  • robust running with anti-collision
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Review on Slim Speed gates for security entrance control

The principal market segments concerned by ATB' sweeper gate are:

Wide bi-directional swing gate adapted to the mobility-impaired that is ideal for large carts or wide objects. They provide a complete solution, in that they are adapted to the mobility-impaired and integrate perfectly into prestigious and luxurious lobbies.


Typical customer segments include:
Banks and insurance companies
Government buildings and institutions
Office buildings, head offices, administrative sites
Schools, universities and colleges
Sensitive sites: military bases, nuclear plants, pharmaceutical companies, data centers
Industrial and manufacturing facilities
Airports, etc.

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