Sanitiser and fever detection turnstiles

Issue 5 2020 Access Control & Identity Management

Flow Systems, a manufacturer of turnstiles in South Africa since 1975, has introduced a range of fever detection and screening turnstiles to help stop the spread of the Coronavirus.

Many employees, whether they are factory or office workers, will not know if they have the virus or not. Even if they suspect they do, they may still come to work. If the virus is stopped before it enters your work place, then this will go a long way in helping prevent the possible closure of your business.

Flow Systems offers solutions for both corporate and industrial facilities, such as factories, warehouses, mines, etc. Automatic glass speed gates, complete with fever detection can be used in office environments. This is a touchless solution that will only allow access once the employee has been authorised via a face reader and a body temperature thermometer. They will not allow access for anyone whose temperature is above the set norm. They will also not allow access should the user not be wearing a mask. The same holds true for industrial turnstiles.

Sanitiser Turnstiles are also available in waist height and full height configurations to ensure that employees sanitise before entering their work place.


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