Automated Gate Operators

There are various different types of operators available on the market, below are the most common types. If the type you are after is not displayed then please contact us.

The operator is the mechanical part of the gate that controls the movement, either opening or closing the gate. This can be in the form of making the gate slide open or making the each gate panel open away from each other.
The operator controls the movement of the gate though carefully regulated pressure, this is variable to allow for the unique characteristics of each installation.

The speed of the operator is variable (opening and closing of the gates), this is to allow adjustment for the installation situation and also for your requirements.
There are two main categories of operator, above ground and under ground. The type that will suit you depends on the type of gates you wish to use, the environmental conditions and also the aesthetics of the installation.

Above Ground Automated (Automatic) Gate Operator

Type

Operator

Example

Ram Operator

Automated (Automatic) Gate Ram Operator

Automated (Automatic) Gate Ram operator

Sliding Operator

Automated (Automatic) Gate Sliding Operator

Automated (Automatic) Gate Sliding Operator

Under Ground Automated (Automatic) Gate Operator

Type

Operator

Example

Under Ground Operator

Automated (Automatic) Gate Underground Operator

Automated (Automatic) Gate Underground Operator

Automated (Automatic)Barrier Operator

Type

Operator

Example

Lift Barrier

Automated (Automatic)  Lift Barrier

Automated (Automatic) Lift Barrier

Rising Kerb

Automated (Automatic) Rising Kerb

Automated (Automatic) Rising Kerb

Rising Bollard

Automated (Automatic) Rising Bollard

Automated (Automatic) Rising Bollard

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