Over the past couple of years, CENTURION has steadily grown its range of commercial and industrial products, adding traffic barriers, industrial gate motors, door automation, bollards and, most recently, turnstiles to its heavy-duty line-up.
As an access control mainstay, turnstiles are used to provide security at sites ranging from banks and gyms to business establishments, airports and stadiums, and can be integrated with ancillary access control devices such as proximity readers and time and attendance interfaces.
For over 30 years, CENTURION has been at the forefront of providing industry-leading access automation solutions that serve a diverse range of markets and, with the addition of turnstiles to its commercial product stable, the company is able to meet growing security demands underscored by widespread development in many parts of the world.
At the heart of CENTURION’s range of highly robust and reliable turnstiles is the company’s commitment to making life easier for its customers, with ease of installation and maintenance informing the design of the majority of its products.
Our turnstiles are no different, and certain models are not only maintenance-free, but also corrosion-resistant. In addition, the mechanism features a patented rotary solenoid locking/unlocking cam system.
We offer a complete range of mechanical as well as motorised pedestrian turnstiles, with models available in both waist-height and full-height configurations. We are also able to customise our products and outer designs to meet customer specifications.
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For more information about the world-class range of commercial products, or to place your order, please contact our dedicated Exports team here.
CENTURION’s range of diverse and award-winning access automation solutions is available throughout Africa and the rest of the world, with a global footprint spanning more than 70 countries including Somalia, Ethiopia, Madagascar, Mauritius, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Rwanda, Malawi, Ghana, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia, Tanzania, Kenya, Ivory Coast, Senegal, Democratic, Republic of the Congo, Cameroon, Benin, Togo, Guinea and Burkina Faso.