mantrap

(redirected from Man-traps)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.

mantrap

A short narrow section of corridor purposely constructed to permit passage by only one person; has interlocking doors at both ends; used in some high-level security installations.
References in periodicals archive ?
To learn more about Sind's man-traps, contact Enrico Fincati at +39 0424 522 290.
According to Enrico Fincati, Sind's commercial director, by integrating TrueFace technology in its security platform, the company has been able to produce a turnkey system that not only securely holds a person in the man-trap, but also verifies his or her identity prior to allowing entry to a company's business.