Half height turnstiles are unobtrusive way of controlling access to toilet facilities

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public toilets Senedd assembly in Cardiff Bay Access Control Wales security equipment toilet turnstiles Coin operated Half height high traffic volumes no routine maintenanceMembers of the public protested on the steps of the Senedd assembly in Cardiff Bay regarding council public toilet provision. This provision varies widely across Wales. Gwynedd has 86 traditional public toilets, as well as 36 premises offering use of their WCs under a new government scheme paying businesses and shops. The much smaller local authority Torfaen has just seven loos and has not signed up to the scheme, although it said people could use facilities in its public buildings.

Access Control Wales’s security equipment includes toilet turnstiles which solve the problem of paying for costly to run public conveniences. Coin operated turnstiles are adaptable, giving a vast range of configurable options. For example, the separate coin box can be mounted either in front of the turnstile, at the side or it can be wall mounted. Half height toilet turnstiles provide an unobtrusive method of controlling access to your toilet facilities. They can cope with high traffic volumes and need no routine maintenance.

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