Delta Turnstiles, a designer and manufacturer of optical turnstiles for secured entry control applications, introduces its new Designer Series of turnstiles.
The first model in the series, the Infinity, will debut at ASIS 2017 in September.
Delta says the new Designer Series turnstiles offer the same functionality and level of security as its standard models, but with a focus on design.
The Infinity model, with its distinct circular shape, utilizes bi-directional optical technology and features the additional deterrence of swinging glass/acrylic barriers.
Designed with a seamless unibody construction and made of cold rolled steel, it is available in a variety of colors, multi-colors or a chrome finish.
“We’re very excited to bring our new Designer Series turnstiles to market,” says Tom Howell, CEO and founding Delta Turnstiles partner. “The Infinity is truly unique in its artistic design, and we’re proud to say that we create and build all of our turnstiles in-house at our shop. Like all of our turnstile offerings, the Infinity is ideally suited to all access applications, including the corporate, government, education, and hospitality sectors.”
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At Delta Turnstiles, we know what we do best, so we stick to it. We build a high quality optical turnstile, with a limited range of standard options, and we focus our efforts on those products. We can’t be all things to all people. We know that when you come to us for optical turnstiles, you don’t want us to be sidelined with a dozen different product lines, all of which have differing technologies and manufacturing processes. Instead, at Delta, you get a highly focused group, who does what they do better than anybody else. When you need a beautiful and excellent optical turnstile, with or without barrier arms, come to Delta Turnstiles.
We’re old-fashioned in our approach to quality. We believe that a quality finished product is an end in itself. If we produce a good, quality built and thoroughly tested product, we know that it pays dividends to us as the manufacturer in several ways – our customers are happier, our technicians can focus their time on developing & building new products, and our employees are more satisfied and proud of their work. All of these outcomes are positive for our success, so it makes sense to pursue them by having a quality program.
At Delta, we build high value U.S. made products, and we make sure that these products don’t leave our shop until they have been thoroughly tested to rigorous field operating conditions and architectural demands. Microprocessors, motors, beams, and drive systems are tested for their reliability. Stainless steel and other finish materials are checked for appearance and then compared against customer specifications. Edges, seams, and joints are thoroughly inspected for visual and functional quality. Accompanying documentation and accessories are checked. Even the crates we use for shipping your products are checked for strength and ruggedness