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Turnstile installation refers to the process of setting up and implementing turnstile systems, which are mechanical or electronic gates with rotating arms or barriers used to control and monitor access to a particular location, such as a building, stadium, or transportation hub. This involves the installation, configuration, and integration of turnstile hardware and software, including sensors, control panels, ticketing or access card systems, and associated infrastructure. The primary purpose of turnstile installation is to enhance security, improve crowd management, and ensure efficient entry and exit procedures for authorised individuals while restricting unauthorised access.
The business activities that fall under Turnstile Installation are:
Installation of industrial machinery and equipment (3320.00): This involves the process of setting up and integrating various types of machinery and equipment in industrial settings. The installation of turnstiles in an industrial project may be included in this business activity for several reasons. Firstly, turnstiles can be employed as part of access control systems to regulate entry and exit points within the industrial facility, ensuring that only authorised personnel can enter restricted areas. This helps in maintaining security, preventing unauthorised access, and safeguarding valuable assets or sensitive information. Additionally, turnstiles can also aid in managing the flow of employees, visitors, or contractors, especially in larger industrial complexes, by providing an organised and controlled entry process.
Installation of industrial machinery in an industrial plant (3320.01): This refers to the process of setting up and integrating various types of machinery within an industrial facility or plant, which falls under commercial projects.
Turnstile installation may be included in a commercial project for several reasons. In a commercial setting, such as an office building, shopping mall, or entertainment venue, turnstiles can be installed to manage the flow of people and enhance security. Turnstiles act as access control systems, allowing only authorised individuals to enter specific areas or gain entry to the premises.
Installation in buildings or other construction projects of elevators, escalators, automated and revolving doors, lightning conductors, vacuum cleaning systems, and thermal, sound or vibration insulation (4329.01): This refers to the process of setting up and integrating various systems and equipment within buildings or construction projects, which falls under commercial or residential projects. In a commercial setting, turnstiles can be installed at entry points to control and monitor the flow of people, ensuring that only authorised individuals gain access to specific areas within the building. This enhances security, prevents unauthorised entry, and helps manage crowd flow and access in high-traffic areas. In residential projects, turnstile installation can be utilised in gated communities or apartment complexes to regulate entry and provide a secure environment for residents.