KEYTOP Introduces New Carbon Fiber Automatic Parking Barrier

- xiamen,China
carbon fiber parking barrier

Next to their Parking Guidance Systems and Vehicle Tracking Systems, KEYTOP now introduces their latest, high speed Parking Barrier for car parks. With efficiency in mind they have created a long lasting, easy to ship and install barrier.

The IP55 barrier is made of carbon fiber, an extremely strong and durable material, known for its impressive stenght-to-weight ratio. One of the advantages is that the barrier is foldable and it can be divided into 3 pieces.

Another advantage is that carbon fiber is very light which makes it very easy for shipping. Once the barrier is at the project site, installing is very easy because of the weight, plus it's 'plug and play' which makes it easy to hook up to an existing system.

The most important advantage is that the barrier comes low cost as well as with a long life span. The barrier can operate over 2 million times. It also integrates easily with existing parking guidance- and ticket systems. The open and close time is both 1.5 seconds with a double direction self-lock function.

About Keytop ParkingKeytop Parking logo

KEYTOP PARKING has more than nine years of experience in the field of parking guidance and has projects in more than 50 countries including the car park of the largest shopping centre / office building in the world. KEYTOP's high quality Parking Guidance Systems have garnered praise from around the world.


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