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Basic Turnstile Canopy Selection Sheet

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Fig. A (Width: The measurement of the canopy from left to right, not including the gutter. Note the slope of the roof.)
Fig. B (Length: The measurement of the canopy from left to right. Note the roof has no slope from this view.)
Fig. C (Post and Frame)
Fig. D
Fig. E (Roof on Frame)
Fig. F
Fig. G (Roof Trim shown in black)
Fig. H (Light Fixture)
Fig. I (Heating Fixture)

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1. SELECT SIZE
Standard sizes range from 8’ to 12’ wide and 8’ to 24’ long, sizes outside of these dimensions will be custom quoted.
2. SELECT POST AND FRAME FINISH
Galvanized posts and framing are recommended.
If colored posts and roof grid are desired, we apply powder coating over galvanized. Powder coating the posts and frame will be an additional charge. Textured powder coatings are slightly more expensive.
3. SELECT ROOFING COLOR
(Fig. E) shows the roofing panel on top of the framing. A colored top with a white underside comes standard with the Basic Turnstile Canopy.
4. SELECT ROOF TRIM COLOR
(Fig. G) shows the roof trim in black. A colored trim comes standard with the Basic Turnstile Canopy.
5. SELECT ACCESSORIES
(Fig. H) shows the 48" Vapor Tight Industrial Light Fixture. (Fig. I) Shows the Infrared Heater.

* PRO TIPS *
To determine the right size canopy:
– List the turnstiles and gates you want in your array
– Determine the width dimension
– Determine the total length dimension
– Add space for any overhangs on the front, back, or sides to adequately cover your equipment
– When arranging the equipment, we recommend symmetry whenever possible (example of symmetry: ADA Gate with a turnstile on each side)
– 2″ of space is typically left between the equipment and a wall
– Full-height turnstiles and gates usually attach flush by the frame and wiring connects through the frame
– Note that more posts must be added as the canopy gets larger, usually every 8-10 feet TBD by the engineer
– Posts are 4″ square and designed to recess into concrete
– When choosing colors, consider a scheme that compliments the surroundings, company colors, or a neutral palette looks very nice.
– Consult with TURNSTILES.us if you have questions about your canopy