Aeroturn Expands Its Footprint With New Installation On West Coast & Significant Investments in Internal Resources

Leading Connecticut-based turnstile manufacturer Aeroturn continues to expand its horizons with new turnstile project on west coast & investments in internal resources.

Aeroturn LLC today announced that the company was selected by a high profile west coast financial institution to implement its quality turnstile solutions. Aeroturn will be installing bi-directional mantrap turnstiles this summer as an extra security measure at the banking facility to help manage who enters and exits the building. The company has expanded its footprint nationwide by continuing to invest in its internal resources and not only adding to its fleet of trucks; but expanding its engineering team.

Aeroturn believes in investing heavily in quality control. Recently, Aeroturn hired an experienced production and installation expert to join its team and help with production quality control and installation support. In addition, the company added to its fleet of trucks and invested in a new 16’-0” installation truck to enhance its ability to deliver turnstile products nationwide. “We are extremely excited to continue our growth pattern and look forward to taking on more turnstile projects on the west coast,” said Michael Stoll, vice president of Technical Sales and Marketing. “After having zero mechanical failures over the years, we will continue to invest our resources internally and keep our dedication to product quality and engineering going strong.”

Aeroturn has worked with major financial institutions throughout the years that rely on Aeroturn’s perimeter protection solutions. For further information, visit


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