One-way corridors - preventing unauthorised re-entry
One of the most sensitive aspects of airport security is segregating the public area (landside) and the security area (airside). On arrival at their destination, passengers should leave the plane and cross over quickly and easily from airside to landside without crossing paths with the departing passengers.
Security regulations stipulate that no unauthorised individuals can gain access to the airside. This means that arriving passengers should not be allowed back in. Neither should other unauthorised individuals access the airside.
One-way corridors by Kaba provide smooth exit of arriving passengers without allowing them others – or anyone else – back into the security zone.
The Orthos PIL-M02 one-way corridor was developed to guide flows of arriving passengers at the air terminal. It allows for fast, safe passage from airside to landside. This modular system consists of a lane scanned by sensors and equipped with a range of rapid-access elements such as full-height and half-height double swing doors. When passengers cross, these doors open automatically one after the other and close once passengers have passed through. A sophisticated system of sensors provides an effective barrier to prevent anyone crossing unnoticed.
- Cutting-edge design
- Customised configuration
- Smooth, barrier-free passage
- Maximum safety for the user: sensors prevent people from being injured by the door leaf
- Modular system: combination of different doors possible
- Three different detection systems, depending on the security level required