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Walk through metal detector door for scenic spots

Walk through metal detector door for scenic spots

Views: 968 Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2018-01-11 Origin: Site

You must be familiar with walk through metal detector door, you can see it everywhere especially public places. such as cinema, public inspection agencies, hospitals, jail, scenic spots and so on.  they are all similar or looks same to common people. but do you know their real classification?

Metal guard security door, it is mainly used in manufacturing factory, outdoor, waterproof metal detector door, gold store metal detector door. do you think why the  scenic spots need the waterproof metal detector door?  Normally, scenic spots have a large of people for travelling, the situation sometimes is mass and difficult to control by the guards. so the security protable metal detector plays a very important role to protect the people security and life safety.  story for the applications:

The Tyson Events Center will begin using new walk-through metal detectors for the Barnes Bull Riding Challenge Friday. The Orpheum Theatre will use them beginning Jan. 19. 

Sioux City last year budgeted money to purchase the detectors because more and more big-name shows are requesting the heightened security. Some shows had told the city they would not return to its venues until it added detectors. 

The Sioux City Council in October had approved the $98,817 purchase of 26 door frame walk-through metal detectors  for the two venues. Twenty will be used primarily at the Tyson and six will be used primarily at the Orpheum. The Orpheum Theatre agreed to reimburse the city $23,120 for the purchase, according to city documents.  "Providing a safe environment is the most important service we can offer," Newton said. "There may be some additional time at the doors, but we want to make sure that people who come to our facilities feel comfortable and know that security is being taken seriously."