Aeroturn LLC announced that the company’s X-Wing turnstiles were selected and installed at the University of Pittsburgh’s Trees Athletic Center located on campus. Aeroturn was selected due to its track record of delivering high quality turnstile solutions. Aeroturn deployed three ADA-compliant X-Wing lanes on a modular platform system in the athletic center of the university. The university chose this specific site as a testing ground due to heavy use and rough conditions this entrance would experience. Aeroturn Turnstiles held true to its superior track record and passed the test with flying colors.
In addition, Aeroturn integrated the university’s existing blackboard readers as well as an extra proximity reader at one lane for additional personnel. “Working with the Denisco-Kindler Group and the University of Pittsburgh was a pleasure as everyone worked together seamlessly to ensure that the Athletic Center project was a success,” said Michael Stoll, Aeroturn vice president of technical sales and marketing. As a result of this, the costs of the lobby renovation were kept to a minimum and resulted in little interruption of the entrance during the installation.
“Working with Aeroturn on this and other turnstile projects is a dream,” said Rick Rollins, electro-mechanical specialist at the Denisco-Kindler Group, an independent sales force representing ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions. “They deliver a long-lasting turnstile solution that can be customized to match any customers’ wishes while also providing outstanding installation services.”