GASTOP GROUP

Gastop has manufactured access control devices since 1996 and initially sold its products on the European market. Gastop has independently developed and patented solutions for pedestrian traffic control and thousands of devices are currently in use on sites around the world. TURNSTILES.us is proud to represent Gastop products in the U.S.A. Contact us for more information about products, access control integration, and installation.

Innovative Solutions

Optical Speed Gates

  1. SG SERIES OPTICAL TURNSTILEs
  1. GT SERIES OPTICAL TURNSTILEs

GT1 Low Glass

GT1 High Glass

GT2 Low Glass

GT2 High Glass

Full Height Turnstiles

  1. BA3 SERIES FULL HEIGHT Turnstiles

BA3-1-3
Single Turnstile

BA3-2-3
Tandem Turnstile

BA3-1-4
Single Turnstile

BA3-2-4
Tandem Turnstile

BA3-1-S
Solid Single Turnstile

BA3-2-S
Solid Tandem Turnstile

BA3-1-I
Single Arm Gate

BA3-2-I
Double Arm Gate

BA3-2-R
Joined Turnstile & Gate

  1. GA3 & MA3  SERIES FULL HEIGHT Turnstiles

GA3-1-3

GA3-2-3

MA3-1-3

MA3-2-3

  1. GASTOP SPECIAL PURPOSE TURNSTILES & GATES

BA3-1-I
Single Swing Arm
Full Height Wide Gate

BA3-2-I
Double Swing Arm
Full Height Wide Gate

BA3-2-RBA3-2-R
Joined Turnstile and Swing Gate
Modern Industrial Style

Rectangular Single
Full Height Turnstile

Rectangular Tandem
Full Height Turnstile

Waist High Turnstiles

  1. BR2 Series Tripod Turnstiles

BR2-T2

  1. GA2 Series Tripod Turnstiles

GA2-T

GA2-TM

GA2-N2

GA2-S

GA2-STI

BR2/GA2 series gates are low gates, also known as low turnstiles or turnstiles. The main difference between these series lies in the type of control mechanism and altered design.

BR2 series gates are equipped with the BR2 mechanism, electronic circuit and electromechanical rotor movement support, and they contain an electric motor.

GA2 series gates are equipped with the GA2 mechanism, electronic system and mechanical rotor movement support (spring mechanism). These gates have minor design changes in relation to BR2.

Low Automatic Swing Gates

  1. HR1 Series Swing Gate TURNSTILES

HR-1

Mechanical or Automatic

HR1-2

Mechanical or Automatic

HR1-S

Mechanical or Automatic

HR1-2S

Mechanical or Automatic

GR1 Series

Mechanical or Automatic

GR1 Series

Mechanical or Automatic

 

The difference between an ‘automatic’ and ‘mechanical’ turnstile gate is in the control mechanism.

An automatic has an electric motor, electronic circuit and electromechanical rotor movement support, controlling the gate smoothly through the whole swing.

A mechanical also has an electronic circuit, but uses mechanical rotor movement support (spring  mechanism). Both are used to support the management of pedestrian traffic in connection with external access control systems.

BR1-U

BR1-USC

BR1-O

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