The KONE Turnstile 100 is a stylish half-height sensor barrier solutions designed for public and commercial buildings and airports. The KONE Turnstile 100 features durable, high-quality materials, full access and destination control integration, stylish lighting options, and visual guidance alternatives. To complement our turnstiles, we also offer glass and stainless steel swing gates as well as easy-to-install guidance barriers.Download the KONE Turnstile100 brochure
Features and options
- Available as a stand-alone system or add-on to other access monitoring systems
- Visual design matches our elevator signalization and access solutions for a harmonized look and feel throughout your building
- Visual cues to guide users can include illuminating arrows and traffic-light guidance
- Adjustable gate direction, possibility to integrate any brand of access card reader, and choice of finishes
- Energy-efficient LED strips provide lighting and enhance the turnstile’s appearance
- Glass and steel panels are resistant to wear and tear, vandal-proof, and easy to clean
- KONE Turnstile 100
- Medical facilities
- Transit centers
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