Beatty Park Leisure Centre optimises security with EasyGate
5 lanes of Centurion EasyGate and SwingGate from Centaman Entrance Control have been installed at Beatty Park Leisure Centre in WA as part of their recent redevelopment.
The $17million redevelopment of Beatty Park is more than a brilliant aquatic facility. Its new hi-tech features demonstrate best practice in environmental sustainability and will deliver an energy saving of 5,000 mega watt hours per annum.
Centurion EasyGate SG uses glass barriers in conjunction with state-of-the-art optical technology to provide a high throughput security gate. The bi-directional glass barriers are designed to work in a ‘normally closed' mode and open after a valid card has been presented to allow the authorised user to pass. The barriers are designed to close quickly behind the authorised person to deter tailgaters whilst the IR sensors monitor the lane to detect unauthorised entry and ensure the safety of users. The barriers open in a door like motion which enables the pedestal to be only 200mm wide and the same slim pedestal can be used in wide DDA compliant lanes which ensures the turnstiles have a minimal visual impact to distract from the overall building design.
‘One of the key requirements in the turnstile solution was to provide a fast, easy to use system to allow members to quickly access the site without the need to report to reception. Additionally as members typically carry sports bags and other items we definitely wanted a hands free solution for the turnstiles’. Said Dale Morrisy Manager of the Beatty Park Leisure Centre.
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