Cambridge University Press
Security Level: Traffic Control
Requirement: Automatic Barriers
Equipment Installed: Stainless Steel Automatic Barriers
Services: Design, Manufacture, Installation, Commissioning, Maintenance
Completion Date: 2018
Client: University Press
Frontier Pitts Automatic Barriers traffic control at Cambridge University Press
As part of Cambridge University, Cambridge University Press publishes resources which are accessible across the globe, in print, online and other digital formats. With over 50 offices around the globe, Cambridge University Press distribute products to nearly every country in the world.
The Main Office in Cambridge has a selection of car parks that require traffic control. From deliveries, staff and visitors, the car parks are constantly busy and required Automatic Rising Arm Barriers to control access.
Frontier Pitts manufactured the popular FBX model of Automatic Barrier in a stainless-steel finish at the request of the Cambridge University Press to complement the look of the area. The barriers play a key role in providing access control to the car parks and ensuring that drivers adhere to the one-way system.
The FBX Barrier is a popular model of Automatic Barriers as it is driven by a rapid-action torque motor. With boom lengths available up to 6m, and up to Sm with lower folding skirts, the torque motors provide 100% duty rating and are instantly reversible.
Rob Marshall, Environment Manager for Cambridge University Press commented:
“The barriers have been operational now for 3 months, and as well as looking great with the stainless steel cabinets they have been very reliable”