Superior Portable Gates

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Product Overview

Check out the Hallowell Portable Gates which will make it easy for you to secure any site whatsoever, with a quick to install and easy to transport design. And if you need to secure a larger place, you can join two or more gates together! Take a look at your options and choose what suits you best!

Superior Portable Gates


  • Quick and easy installation - install between two walls instantly without anchors to walls or floor
  • Floor anchors are not required but are available for special installations
  • Simplified, patented pressure lock system
  • Compact, fold-up size and heavy duty swivel casters that make moving and storage easy
  • Two or more gates can be joined together for larger expanse
  • Padlock hasp is standard
  • Cylinder locks are available for additional security
  • Plated finish
  • Choose between 5 sizes




  • Opening sizes: 3' 6" - 6'; 6' - 9'; 7' – 12'; 11' - 15'; 13' - 18'
  • Collapsed size (in the above order): 19" x 30"; 19" x 30"; 24" x 30"; 30" x 30"; 30" x 30"
  • Height: 78 1/2"
  • Weight (in the above order): 193 lbs.; 197 lbs.; 254 lbs.; 311 lbs.; 374 lbs.
  • Customizable? Choose among 5 sizes and with or without a cylinder lock


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