New Barrier Gate System Collection In 2019 From Tudonghoaviet

Tudonghoaviet.com has currently introduced many types of barrier gate for sale

June 13, 2019 / / —

The renowned distribution Tudonghoaviet has announced their latest collection of vehicle barrier gate. The declaration was made by the sales manager and it is said that the new products are now available for the customer to purchase. Those products are the result of great efforts of the company to provide the best products to Vietnam customers.

The head of sales department said: “ We are very proud to announce that Tudonghoaviet is an officially distributor in Vietnam of leading worldwide brands for the vehicle barrier gate system. We want to supply Vietnamese customer not only barrier gate but also the security solution for residential condominium, apartment, commercial building, and industrial factory usage.”

In the Vietnamese market, nowadays, there are usually imported automatic barrier brands. For example, automatic barriers come from Italy with manufacturers such as Tau, Key, Came, Faac, Ditec, Life, Nice with the advantages of modern design, strong, high quality, but the price is quite high. MAG, Malaysia automatic barrier brand supply quality products, stable operation, mid-range price segment. While automatic barriers made in China such as Baisheng, Shining, Road (Taiwan) are durable, low-cost and designed in accordance with Southeast Asian infrastructure architecture.

The company also introduce the best-seller barrier system - MAG BR660T. BR660T MAG TELESCOPIC ARM BARRIER GATE is a heavy duty security gates that can support up to 6-meter arm with a slow steady opening speed in 6 seconds. The new BlueSpeed engine technology helps the BR660T series lower maintenance costs while ensuring smoother movement. This model is relatively cheaper than the same quality goods in Europe. It is ideal for an industrial factory that requires the widest entrance in order to accommodate the big truck but no need fast flow.

Besides, there is a model that highly appreciated by the customer, BS 306. BS 306 standard barrier has the outstanding feature of using 3 springs to support the lifting of the barrier arm which is smoother. The arm length of this automatic barrier is a maximum of 6 meters. There is the diverse speed of opening and closing: 1.5s, 3s, 6s so that users have more options. Additionally, the barrier arm lift can be controlled by both portable remote and desktop control.

About Tudonghoaviet.com: Tudonghoaviet is an importer specializing in facility security such as automatic barrier, time attendance machine, etc. With clear return and delivery policy, the company is earning a good reputation in Vietnam market.

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Organization: Tudonghoaviet
Address: 1 Xuan Dinh street, Xuan Dinh Ward, Bac Tu Liem District, Hanoi city
Phone: (+84) 969616862
Website: https://tudonghoaviet.com

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