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Norpass3 Controls Access at Renewable Energy Plant

      

the client

A renewable energy plant is being constructed in the North East of England that aims to generate renewable energy from straw. The project was granted planning permission in October and will create 80 new jobs A renewable energy plant is being constructed in the North East of England that aims to generate renewable energy from straw. The project was granted planning permission in October and will create 80 new jobs.

 

the challenge

The brief was to supply robust full height pedestrian turnstiles with a rugged and effective access control system in order to allow site access to authorised personnel.

The energy plant has many contractors on site during the construction phase, the system needed to offer a solution that would record each worker’s movements in and out of the on-site.

 

the benefits

  • Simple system administration, management reporting tool allowing identification of the number of workers on site at any time which, would assist in the creation of a roll call in case of emergency
  • Proximity cards offer an increased level of security, lost or stolen cards can be quickly disabled and replaced

 

customer's comment

"The high quality of Ultimation turnstiles combined with the Norpass 3 capabilities to operate in aggressive environments has resulted in a system which is ideally suited to the rigours of a major construction site, and will provide a reliable service and the ability to expand the system in the future" - John Smith, Managing Director at ULTIMation Direct

 

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