Every public facility requires some form of access control. Many of our clients are looking to install systems which will raise revenue and reduce the labour cost of opening and shutting facilities.
These can be driven by coin, contactless card, time, radar key, key pad or any combination of these and will act as an effective revenue raising exercise while leaving your staff to get on with actively managing assets as opposed to collecting money at a counter.
Access - Paddle Gates
In many situations, clients are looking to control access with a small fee or radio-frequency identification card (RFID) to enter their toilets, libraries or community halls. The gates are robust against misuse, but easily recognisable by users as a standard entry system. We have a comprehensive range of charging gates which will help collect revenue efficiently and accurately.
Access - Coinpay
The coinpay provides a simple solution for managing and charging entry into a public toilet.It can either be used in conjunction with a traditional Ladies / Gents / DDA set up - as a coin operated door lock or in combination with Direct Access toilets.
Access - Doors
On our toilets we fit quad-hinged steel doors which can be clad if necessary in most alternatives. Sometimes this is wood, a laminate or just powder coated. We regularly fit glazed port holes to bring some natural light into the cubicle if possible. The doors can either have an integrated payment system or they stand-alone with a secondary approach to manage the access control.
Many smaller towns & parishes simply need a door which will open at a given time in the morning and close again in the evening. The solution offered by Healthmatic can be managed locally using a digital timer and set of locks, or remotely using our Active Data Moxi. In both cases, the need for an employee to attend twice a day to open and close the facility will be eliminated. As a bonus, our timers do not take holidays and never sleep in!
Community Halls form both an integral part of many towns and a useful source of revenue for the Local Council. However, we have often found that the process of opening and closing creates more problems than perhaps the earnings deserve.The solution offered by Healthmatic is to equip the hall with RFID access points on all doors which will both allow access and identify overtime use.