Aeroturn Turnstiles Selected by Significant Homeland Security Complex

Aeroturn LLC, a leading turnstile manufacturer that offers 100% Made In The USA turnstiles, today announced that the company was selected again to implement its reliable and secure turnstile solutions for a significant homeland security complex. Aeroturn was selected back in 2013 by the same complex to install stainless steel rotary and linear turnstiles in 39 lanes at the facility. Recently, Aeroturn was called back on the scene to install additional turnstiles after having zero mechanical failures in over 6 years; proving that the company’s dedication to product quality and engineering over the years has proved successful and allowed history to repeat itself once again.

“We are extremely proud to have been selected once again for one of the largest federal ongoing projects since the original Pentagon construction,” states Michael Stoll, VP Technical Sales & Marketing at Aeroturn. “Many federal agencies require unique perimeter security solutions and we are extremely proud to be on their preferred vendor list due to our reliable and quality turnstiles that are second to none.”

In addition, the homeland security complex required some perimeter units to incorporate biometric technology; making this a perfect project for Aeroturn who prides themselves on delivering cutting-edge solutions that can be integrated easily with the latest technologies. Aeroturn is known for raising the bar in the turnstile industry and has worked with major government agencies through the years that relies on Aeroturn’s perimeter protection solutions. See why Aeroturn’s turnstile solutions are still the game changer and the only choice for government agencies.

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