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4 types of gates to secure fence
Anchor: Relin Hedly
Photographs: A-1 Fence Products Company Pvt. Ltd.

Sagar Panchal,   Assistant Manager – Sales, A-1 Fence Products Company Pvt. Ltd. lists the different types of gates that can be used to secure fence.


1 Swing gate:

These are openable gates and move about a hinge similar to doors. Depending on the opening required, the gate frame can be made for a single leaf gate or a double leaf gate.

2Cantilever sliding gate:

This is an ultra-modern gate design which lays emphasis on security, safety and maintenance-free operation. The gate virtually floats in air as it crosses the roadway. The gate is balanced on set of two precision engineered roller carriages which do the trick. All running parts are completely hidden, preventing them from being affected by the elements and no guide track is required; implying reduced civil work during installation.

3 Tracked sliding gate:

These are robust, reliable and very adaptable. They are popular amongst many sectors including residential, commercial and industrial. This gate is suitable for heavy duty applications, and will provide long life service with nominal maintenance. Sliding gates are ideal choice when there is lack of space to install a swing gate. Since they slide horizontally on the side, they require very less common space.

4Telescopic sliding gate:

The telescopic sliding gate is an adaptation of the normal tracked sliding for modern day structures where there are space limitations. A telescopic gate reduces the parking distance required by a sliding gate by at least 40 percent. This makes it the ideal choice when the entry or exit road is at one corner of the property with limited space to sacrifice for the gate parking area.

 

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