Full-height turnstile, alias: turnstile. Its high-quality materials and exquisite structural design make this turnstile access control the most expensive turnstile equipment among turnstiles. We know that full-height turnstiles are divided into single-channel and dual-channel, as far as single-channel is concerned. While the turnstile equipment may generally look the same, there are differences. do you know? Differences in structure and appearance. There are two types of full-height turnstile equipment in terms of appearance: 120-degree full-height turnstiles and 90-degree full-height turnstiles (also known as cross turnstiles) are easier to distinguish. From the appearance alone, 90-degree turnstiles have 4 It is named after the gate is automatically locked after rotating 90 degrees after the person recognizes the passage. From the top view (looking down from the sky), the full-height turnstile looks like a "cross", so it is also known as the cross turnstile. .
Picture of 90 degree full height turnstile 120-degree turnstile, this turnstile is actually a cost-effective turnstile, and its name is also familiar and easy to understand. Every time a person passes through, the turnstile lever rotates 120 degrees, and then automatically locks, and so on. We see that the name of the gate equipment has a great relationship with the shape or function of the equipment. A simple name can roughly make the users and purchasers understand which gate equipment it is.
120 degree full height turnstile picture Speaking of 120-degree full-height turnstiles, how is it different from 90-degree full-height turnstiles? First of all, from the outer appearance, we can directly see that each row of the 90-degree full-height turnstile has one more rod than the 120-degree turnstile. In terms of materials, the height of the 90-degree full-height turnstile equipment is increased. slightly more expensive. This is the case of the gate enclosure, what is the difference inside? Some customers asked our turnstile manufacturer, I purchased 120-degree turnstile equipment before, and now I want to change it to 90-degree turnstile equipment. Can I change it? This is generally impossible to change, so when purchasing gate equipment, be sure to ask the manufacturer which gate equipment it is, and ask for detailed dimensional drawings, renderings, etc., to avoid triggering after getting the gate equipment unnecessary controversy. There is another difference in the full-height turnstile. If you purchase a 90-degree (or 120-degree) full-height turnstile, the movement inside the turnstile is also divided into layers. It is impossible to see from the full-height gate shell alone. On the top of the gate, that is, on the top of the turning rod, there is a turning gate movement, and whether the personnel can push the gate rod to rotate and pass is also controlled by it. Whether it is a 120-degree or 90-degree turnstile, there are two types, one is a mechanical type (similar to the control of a three-roller gate), and the other is a hydraulic type.
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