Swing Turnstile

Swing Turnstile, generally called Wing Turnstile in the rail transit industry, the shape of the Swing Gate arresting body (gate pendulum) is a plane with a certain area, perpendicular to the ground, and the arresting and releasing are realized by rotating and swinging. The material of the Swing Barrier is usually stainless steel, plexiglass, tempered glass, and some of them use metal plates to outsource special flexible materials (to reduce the injury of pedestrians). Swing Gates are composed of the main box and two movable swing bars, and the Swing Door swing bars can swing 180° or 90° to achieve the purpose of persuasion or release.

Swing Turnstiles are mainly used for channel entrance and exit management, and the usual application places only allow people to pass, or people with luggage, and disabled people to pass. Considering that Swing Barriers can achieve wider channel characteristics than Flap Barriers. Most of the Swing Gates passages can be mixed with pedestrians, bicycles, mopeds, disabled vehicles and other non-motorized vehicles.

Swing Door Turnstile fault self-inspection and alarm prompt function, which is convenient for users to maintain and use; Wing Turnstiles can be connected with a variety of card reading devices to receive relay switch signals to work;

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