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Preventing and controlling access is at the core of any organisation's security profile.


There are many automated ways to control access. Gates, barriers and rising bollards can all be used effectively to control who enters premises.

We have all experienced problems when visiting organisations. Human error or poor technologies can cause people to lose confidence, express frustrations and ultimately be deterred from visiting again. It can be the start of a poor brand experience for anybody.

Managing traffic flow through barrier access technologies.


A barrier is the most common way to achieve this. From automatic rising-arm barriers, through to rising security bollards, there is a solution that is right for any business. With the addition of beam-technology, it is possible to identify pedestrian breaches (ducking under).

As you would expect, safety is a major aspect of traffic management and control. All equipment and installations comply with current EN standards and is supported with in-depth knowledge and after-sales back-up.


Access Control Standards :

All systems comply with the following :


NCP 109 NSI Code of Practice - For design, installation and maintenance of access control systems.

CCTV Regulation :

NCP 104 NSI - Code of Practice for the design, installation and maintenance of CCTV systems.

BS EN 50132-7 - Alarms systems, CCTV surveillance systems

Data Protection Act (DPA) - It is your responsibility to ensure that you comply with these regulations.

Entrance Automation : providing entrance control and prevention through barrier-based technologies.

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