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Gates

Double Gates
Small Single Gates
Large Single Gates

 

The typical hinges are eye bolts fitted to the gate frames through a steel block welded to the gate frame (This reduces the risk of the frame crushing over time) and to hinge pins welded to the gate posts with the top pin reversed to prevent the gates being lifted off of the pins. These heavy-duty eye bolts are manufactured from drop forged steel, galvanised after manufacture, and are fully adjustable.

Top Hinge

Bottom Hinge

   
The typical gate locking mechanism is a padlockable slide bar. This is manufactured from 75mm x 10mm flat steel with a vertical handle to reduce foot holds and a steel front plate to protect the slide bar from being cut from the attack face of the gate. A protective housing can also be added at additional cost to provide increased protection to the padlock.
     
Full protective cowlings are also available by request to provide increased protection to both the slide bar and padlock from the inside as well as the outside of the gates. These bespoke cowlings are designed to deter would be intruders and help protect both the slide bar and padlock from attack from bolt cutters, hacksaws and angle grinders.
   
Fire Escape / Panic latches can be fitted to single gates where escape routes have to be maintained. These are fitted with a push-bar or push-pad locking mechanism located within a protective shroud to prevent the gate being opened from the outside.
   
Drop bolts are generally provided on all gate leaves to hold the gate in both the open and closed positions, these can be manufactured in non-standard lengths to pin the gate in both the open and closed positions and accommodate sloping ground. They also may be made padlockable so that only one leaf of a pair can be opened whilst the remaining gate leaf is left securely locked. Standard or "Easy-Clean" drop bolt sockets are installed to securely locate the drop-bolt , and pin the gate.

Typical steel palisade gate frames are manufactured from rolled hollow section steel to sizes as detailed in the tables below, they also have vertical braces (muntins) manufactured in the same material and corner gussets to give additional strength, all as required by the British Standards.

Typical steel palisade gate posts are manufactured from rolled hollow section steel to sizes as detailed in the tables below, these are given a fully welded cap and base plate for improved keying into the concrete foundations.

'W' Section

Double 'D' Section

Rivetless 'D' Section

Gates