Automating Amusement: The Many Benefits of Amusement Park Turnstiles

At a Glance: Amusement Park Turnstiles Benefit Both Owners and Patrons Waist high turnstiles are commonly employed at amusement parks Amusement park turnstiles provide management with many benefits Even patrons can enjoy the benefits of amusement park turnstiles Hayward Turnstiles has extensive experience matching the biggest amusement parks in the country with right turnstiles for

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Powerful Partnerships: The Hayward Turnstiles Partner Program

At a Glance: A Partner Program That Emphasizes Mutual Gain and Collaboration A good partnership is one that is beneficial to all involved parties The Hayward Turnstiles Partner Program thrives on mutual benefit by generating new business opportunities for all involved Trade discounts, business opportunity referrals, and co-branding are some of the features of our

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Case Study: Safety Sleeves Save the Day

At a Glance: Full Height Turnstile Misuse and How to Prevent It Though you can control access, you cannot control against turnstile misuse Turnstile misuse may cause injuries Full height turnstile padded safety sleeves prevent injuries and increase turnstile usability A customer of ours in the United Kingdom utilized our “Safety Orange” sleeves to successfully

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Seeing Double: Saving Space With Full Height Tandem Turnstiles

At a Glance: Full Height Tandem Turnstiles Provide Two Lanes of Entry in One Project planners look to optimize space in any way possible Specifying access control projects is all about maximizing throughput and saving space Full height tandem turnstiles provide the throughput of two full height turnstiles in one space-saving design Hayward Turnstiles manufactures

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Building Peace of Mind: Protect Your Investment by Securing Your Construction Site

At a Glance: Construction Site Turnstiles and Gates Have Multiple Benefits Construction sites are uniquely vulnerable to certain risks The frequency of unauthorized access at construction sites is increasing The legal ramifications of unauthorized job site access are far-reaching and blame can be far spread Securing your construction site with proper physical access control can

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Tailgating and Piggybacking: Good with Friends, Not with Access Control

At a Glance: Tailgating and Piggybacking Security Are Essential for an Effective Access Control System Tailgating, also known as piggybacking, is a physical security breach occurring when a person tags along with another person who is authorized to gain entry into a restricted area Tailgating may be malicious or benign depending on the circumstance Piggybacking

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