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Hygienic pedestrian traffic control from TORMAX

Offering a modular solution to the pressing need for shops, offices, public buildings and schools to more closely regulate the number of people entering their facility, TORMAX has launched a new add-on module, TORMAX count+go.

Working in tandem with any TORMAX sliding or folding automatic entrance, this module effectively controls the number of people entering an area, setting the door to close when a pre-set limit is reached. It also synchronises the timing of entry to ensure a hygienic physical distance is maintained between individuals.

“The TORMAX count+go module is quick and easy to install and doesn’t require any extra sensors, instantly freeing up a member of staff from having to stand at the doorway regulating access,” said Simon Roberts, MD for TORMAX UK.

“Monitoring foot traffic is good business practice, even when social distancing rules are relaxed, ensuring health and safety regulations aren’t breached and helping provide a relaxed and welcoming environment for everyone.”

In addition to closing the doors when the maximum number of people entering an area has been reached, TORMAX count+go issues a clear acoustic signal to alert pedestrians to wait. As soon a person exits the building, bringing the number back down, the door returns to the open operating mode.

For further visual announcements to users, TORMAX count+go is also available with an elegant display stand featuring a large monitor for customised messaging. A second monitor can also be integrated as a digital advertising panel.

For more information visit www.tormax.co.uk or email sales@tormax.co.uk


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