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Orion Entrance Control partners with Tansa Global

October 20, 2021  By  SP&T Staff

Orion Entrance Control, Inc. has partnered with Tansa Global to bring to market full height turnstiles

Orion Entrance Control, a provider of building access technology solutions, has partnered with precision mechanical engineering firm Tansa Global to bring to market full height turnstiles powered by Infinity software to provide real-time occupant counting data at entryways, perimeters, lobbies and elsewhere.

“Orion has been interested in full height turnstiles for years,” explained Steve Caroselli, CEO and Founder, Orion Entrance Control, Inc. in a company statement.

“We choose Tansa Global because they share Orion’s highest standards for quality, serviceability and installation, and, quite frankly, they produce the highest quality full height turnstiles that can be found on the planet.”

Tansa Global full height turnstiles secure many of the world’s important icons and venues including the host stadiums of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France and the stadium of the 2016 FIFA World Cup in Japan. They have earned ISO 9001, 9002 and 9027 quality management certifications.


“Orion’s history of next-level new technologies that make people, places and assets safer is something we’ve admired for a long time,” said Tansal Akcayli of Tansa Global in a press release.

“The marketplace should expect multiple new product innovations as Orion and Tansa Global collaborate on our product pipeline.”

Orion Full Height Mechanical Single and Orion Full Height Mechanical Tandem are constructed from hot dipped galvanized steel, powder coated over hot dipped galvanized steel, AISI 304 stainless steel or AISI 316 stainless steel will be in stock and available to ship from Laconia, NH in November.

They feature 3 sectional (120°) and 13 horizontal arms in 2”/51 mm diameter in each section, unidirectional or bidirectional operation and lockable maintenance lid with top and side opening for easy maintenance and installation in areas with low ceilings.

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