Installations designed for the transport of people and goods, such as airports, underground stations and large train/coach terminals, are high-risk environments that require sophisticated, specific security solutions.
Emergency exits must ensure quick, simple evacuation in panic situations without ever compromising the perimeter security of the access to the building. Panic bars, door control systems or electronic access controls are just a few examples of products that protect people's safety and goods security in all kinds of situations.
A good security system ensures that, whenever it is necessary, a locked door will remain locked. This means that every component of the door must keep on working correctly just like the first day, even after thousands of openings.
Installations in airports (hangars, warehouses, fenced areas, power stations, etc.) need security too. They are often exposed to adverse weather conditions, and they require long-lasting solutions capable of preventing risky situations.
High Security Doors
An access control system uses high-level encrypted identification technology capable of checking and granting access to authorized staff. The status of the door and authorized access may be monitored from a central spot.