Temperature Management Systems

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While offering a 24 hour emergency call out in form of a maintenance and service contract. Listed below are some of the areas we cover:

• Glasgow • Cumbernauld • Airdrie • Coatbridge • Hamilton • Motherwell • Kirkintilloch • East Kilbride • Paisley • Clydebank • Dumbarton • Falkirk • Stirling • Kilmarnock • Ayr • Irvine

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2020

A year like no other

Everyone is trying to do their bit and we are no different. 2020 has seen us providing temperature monitoring solutions for a wide range of businesses throughout Scotland and the North of England.

We offer various solutions with regards to both temperature management and customer flow control. Temperature management can be linked into some access control systems, refusing entry for anyone showing a high temperature. Customer flow control is incorporated into CCTV systems avoiding overcrowding in any building.

Temperature Management Access Control Systems are suited to a wide range of businesses, public buildings and government buildings including:

  • Gyms
  • Factories
  • Offices
  • Restaurants & Cafes
  • Schools, Colleges and Nurseries
  • Supermarkets
  • Shopping Centres
  • Museums
  • Courts
  • Airports

We have designed this website to give you an insight into the world of Temperature Management Access Control. If you require any further information, would like a quotation then please contact us.

Free Quote – Need expert advice? Call us on 0141 775 9095

While offering a 24 hour emergency call out in form of a maintenance and service contract. Listed below are some of the areas we cover:

• Glasgow • Cumbernauld • Airdrie • Coatbridge • Hamilton • Motherwell • Kirkintilloch • East Kilbride • Paisley • Clydebank • Dumbarton • Falkirk • Stirling • Kilmarnock • Ayr • Irvine

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