East Lothian Council in Scotland is proud of its public facilities, which is why it is spending what will likely be a six-figure sum on refurbishing a public toilet to get it up to modern standards. The toilet block is more than 70 years old, and as a result has seen better days and could not be entered by wheelchair users before the revamp.
Technology brand leaders in access control, Tensor supply coin operated turnstiles which are tailor-made for public toilets like East Lothian’s. The turnstile set-up allows for high volumes of customer traffic, and they provide maximum flow capacity, whilst causing minimal disruption. Since people have to pay a small coin sum for the privilege to enter, it is a ready-made source of income for local authorities, meaning the public conveniences are kept up to a good standard and can be cleaned regularly. Available in a number of styles to suit your needs, half height toilet turnstiles are the option for providing an unobtrusive method of controlling access to your toilet facilities.