TOP GUIDED SPEEDGATE
The AlmaGates Top Guided Speedgate is a perfect solution to control entries & exits in buildings while ensuring selective access. This is an ideal solution for public or private parkings to keep unwanted vehicles and people out.
The drive-through height is limited to the opening of the access in your building. As such the dimensions will always be adjusted to your specific situation. However, all heights are supported while the lane width ranges from 3 to 7 meters.
The speed gate consists of a column onto which a bi-folding leaf is attached. At the ceiling, a track is mounted to guide the leaves from the open to closed position and vice versa. This gate is available in a single and double version.
The electro-mechanical drive system and motor are housed inside the column structure. The controller can be connected to any access control system or PLC.
To meet the architectural requirements of your building, this speed gate can be personalized with all kinds of leaf fillings.
Key Benefits of Top Guided Speedgate
Electro-mechanical locking in open & closed position.
Opening and closing the gate at a speed of 1 meter per second.
Ergonomic & sustainable design, delivered in your desired RAL color
To meet the architectural requirements, leaf fillings can be adapted.
HOUSED INSIDE COLUMN
Drive system and motor are housed inside the column structure
The gate can be equipped with webbased system to allow opening & closing instructed via recognized GSM numbers.
CE certified for distribution and compliant with EN13241-1 and 12453, machine directive, etc.
Compact module that perfectly fits the opening in your building structure
- Lane width:
- Gate height:
- Outside frame leaf:
- Leaf filling
Between 3 and 7 meters
2 meters or more
60 x 60 x 3mm
25 x 25 x 2mm (vertical railings). Other fillings on request
270 x 220 x 5mm
Electro-mechanical drive system housed in column
Galvanized, epoxy coat finishing covered with polyester coat
Available in all standard RAL colors
Aluminum cast bronze hinges with stainless steel pin and HmpE bus
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