Turnstile Access Control
Strong and Convenient Physical Security
Enhance the physical security of your building and achieve full control over the flow of entry with New York IT & Security Services's wide-array of turnstile access control solutions from the world’s leading brands.
Turnstile entry systems are one of the most efficient ways to provide enhanced security, crowd control and loss prevention by managing access and monitoring attendance through internal or external entry points, for example main lobby areas, employee entrances, elevators and more.
Whether you require state-of-the-art optical turnstiles, waist-high turnstiles, swing-arm turnstiles or full-height turnstiles, we have the ideal solution to meet your physical access control requirements.
A leading New York City turnstile system installer, New York IT & Security Services has helped hospitals and healthcare facilities, commercial office buildings, construction sites and educational institutions ensure orderly traffic flow, maintain accurate and monitored attendance and restrict passage to authorized individuals. Our vast experience and expertise in the field of turnstile access control systems enables us to provide best-in-class physical security solutions for long-lasting performance in high volume environments.
Interested in installing a state-of-the-art turnstile entry system? Our experts will help you choose and install a high-quality turnstile access control solution based on your complete set of security and integration needs.
Main Benefits Of Turnstiles
Turnstile systems offer an additional layer of physical security by proficiently detecting and deterring unauthorized entry. Access control allows authorized entry, while turnstiles prevent unwanted guests from getting through.
Turnstiles can be used as a stand-alone security measure, but for maximum effectiveness they are often integrated with additional access control and visitor management systems, ensuring complete security and remote 24/7 control.
The various types of turnstiles offers a wide range of options for ID readers, from barcodes and entry cards to biometrics and more, granting full operational flexibility to support your facility.
Our Turnstile Solutions
Our turnstile entry solutions offer simple security personnel accessibility through a desktop controller, allowing to acknowledge alarms, provide manual access to visitors, disable lanes and change lane functions.
Optical turnstiles are the most technologically advanced access control system available in today’s market. They utilize an infrared beam to identify individuals and record entries without the need for valid entry passes. Featuring an elegant exterior design, optical turnstiles are often used in environments where security is passive and aesthetics are important, such as hotel lobbies or corporate buildings.
Waist High Turnstile
Waist-height turnstiles are the traditional choice. They have a fixed arm barrier at waist-height, which rotates and allows entry once a user has been authorized. They are a durable and flexible option holding many applications, from employee access control to lobby entrances.
Full Height Turnstile
Full-height turnstiles often stand at around 7-feet tall, and therefore offer a higher degree of physical security than traditional waist-height systems. A revolving door controls the flow of traffic and can be single or bi-directional. Full-height turnstiles can be used indoor or outdoor. They offer maximum security, but are not necessarily aesthetically pleasing, and are often applied in manufacturing and distribution warehouses, sensitive government and military complexes, and industrial settings.
Full System Integration
Integrating our turnstile entry solutions into your facility is quick and easy. New York IT & Security Services installs turnstiles which operate in full integration with access control, visitor management and third-party systems to record the identity, time and location of entrants. Turnstiles can also be integrated with alarm systems and CCTV cameras for complete building security. For example, when an employee or guest enters your building through the turnstile, the security camera will automatically take a photo at the time of entry.