ADA compliant motorized and self-closing swing gates along with swing arm optical turnstiles are all considered security swing gates. Though they vary in construction and some functionality, they all swing to open and are used to control access. All of these gates can be configured for one-way or bi-directional access. Further, they can vary in lane width from the minimum ADA compliance of 32 inches outward. Security swing gates are flexible access controlling options for many applications, especially when used as handicap entrance solutions.
Security Swing Gate Applications:
A security swing gate is most often used to control access when handicap accessibility is required. It provides continued security for when a pedestrian cannot use a turnstile because of physical limitations. Turnstile security swing gates can often be used in most places where regular turnstiles are used, like in office lobbies, stadiums, office buildings, warehouses, and subway systems. They are programmed to work with turnstile access controls systems for integrated security.