Correctional Furniture

The pedestal table from Peterson Detention Inc. features 14-gauge stainless steel seat tops supported by individual tube pedestals.

Video Video Visitation

Norix offers the InteleStation series of secure wall- and floor-mount cabinets, incorporating a .375-inch polycarbonate protective view screen as standard, designed to protect video visitation units.

Electrical Touch Controller

Easter-Owens offers the ELCML3 as the latest electrical touch-controller module in the Touch Bolt product line. The unit is designed to provide control of two independent lighting circuits via a touch-sensitive input. Engineered to be durable and tamper-resistant, the third-generation module is compatible with previously installed modules, according to the company. Not exposed to the inmate, the module is designed to display only the touch sensitive bolt. Once touched, the bolt acts as the catalyst for the ELCML3 module to conduct the specific function.

High-Efficiency Toilet

The high-efficiency toilet unit from Acorn Engineering is designed as a highly durable, compact, low-flush plumbing fixture for prisons and jails. The tamper-resistant units are engineered to use 1.28 gallons per flush, which can reduce total water consumption in correctional facilities by up to 20 percent, according to the company.

Free-Standing Bail Kiosk

Continental Prison Systems Inc.offers the EZ Release Kiosk, a self service kiosk designed for use in jail lobbies and booking rooms. Inmates can use the kiosk to post bail using their credit or debit card. Family members can also use the product to post bail for an inmate or use the company’s secure Web site to post bail. When the credit or debit card is authorized, the kiosk will print a wallet-sized receipt as proof of the transaction. Receipts can also be reprinted from the Web site. Jail administrators can generate real-time reports via the Web site to verify transactions.

Security Lockers

SmartLocker from Penco Products is a locker system that utilizes computerized identification technology to grant or restrict access to lockers. Lockers are networked via computer to a central administrative office where usage can be monitored and controlled. Administration software allows users to control the parameters of and access to operating lockers, maintain locker location and user records, and reassign lockers. Lockers can be assigned to individuals on a permanent or temporary basis. An ID card can be integrated into the system, which can also be used for building access and time keeping.

Door Controller

Turbo Superterm-8 from Continental Access is an expandable controller that operates as a standalone unit when server communications are interrupted. It features EPROM firmware for upgrades and system enhancements, and multistage lighting/transient protection for harsh environments. Up to 63 controllers can be intermixed on the same communications network. The system accepts industry standard Wiegand output devices and supports nearly all card/reader technologies, including Proximity, Biometric, Magnetic Stripe, Barcode, Wiegand, Barium Ferrite, Keypad and Smart Readers. In addition to memory and power expansion, the system accepts up to three input/output expansion boards.

Low-Flow Urinals

Sloan Valve Company introduces a series of high-efficiency vitreous china urinals that utilize one pint of water to flush, which contribute to LEED credits 3.1 and 3.2 for water reduction.

Exit Signs

Dual-Lite introduces the SCWL series of wet location-listed exit signs. Featuring corrosion-resistant 0.42-inch thick aluminum construction and a 0.125-inch thick polycarbonate face shield, the signs are secured with vandal-resistant stainless hardware. Offered in AC-only or battery back-up emergency use models, the series is available with red or green letters and single- or double-face configurations. An LED light provides consistent illumination, and breakout chevron arrows provide path of egress directional programming. A canopy is included for surface-, ceiling- and end-mounting, and an optional heater for battery-equipped models that increases the range of operational temperatures is available.

Door Closer

The LCN 4040 XP door closer from Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies is designed for heavily used and abused doorways and high-traffic areas. Equipped with a double-heat treated, .75-inch pinion, standard heavy duty EDA forged steel arm and advanced V-shield seal, the closer protects against leakage and is stress-resistant. The product is filled with all-weather fluid and has bearings that are 38 percent longer and 23 percent larger in diameter when compared to standard door closers. It is ADA-compliant and available in seven standard, 180 custom and 11 plated finishes.