What are the reasons why the barrier rods are often damaged in the parking lot system?
Speaking of the parking lot system, everyone is very familiar with it. However, as a parking lot manager, you may often encounter the phenomenon of barriers being damaged. Why are barriers easy to be damaged? What are the reasons for the crash?
There are many reasons why barriers are often damaged. How can we avoid such a phenomenon? First of all, many parking lots still use the traditional card (ticket) way to enter the parking lot. When people pick up the card at the entrance, they sometimes mistakenly use the accelerator as a brake to step on, and eventually hit the barrier and stop the road. The brake lever crashed.
Secondly, due to the unreasonable design of the entrance and exit of the parking lot, some parking entrances will have a big slope, causing some car owners to easily hit the barriers because they cannot control the speed well when entering the parking lot. Finally, we know that the traditional parking management system that uses the card (ticket) method to enter the parking lot, because the barrier reaction is not very sensitive, resulting in a slow rise and fall of the barrier rod, and the owner is likely to hit the barrier rod, etc.
From the above reasons, in addition to the unreasonable design of the parking lot itself, there are also various hidden dangers in the parking lot system itself. At present, in order to avoid such a phenomenon, many parking lots purchase parking lot systems. The fast-track barriers have been adopted. The main features of the fast-track barriers are quick response and fast ups and downs. However, the installation of the fast-track barriers will also be restricted, because the length of the barriers will directly affect whether the fast-track barriers can be installed in the parking lot. If the entrance and exit of the parking lot are wide, but you want to install fast barriers, you can install two barriers at the entrance and exit, and the fast barriers can be installed by splitting.