Heavy-Duty Single Security Gate

SKU CCW-24-005-00040
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  • Pivot 180 Degrees on their mountings
  • Easy to use
  • Galvanized steel
  • Ideal for dock, entrance-ways, etc.
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$318.16

Product Overview

Restrict access and enhance security with this heavy-duty single folding gate. It’s not only highly rugged and dependable, but it’s also convenient to use and easy to install. This gate boasts an open webbing construction that allows for full visibility where you need it, as well as providing optimum airflow. The galvanized steel construction is long lasting and practically maintenance free. Every gate has a steel locking bar that holds firm when it need it to most, and features expanding width and height options to accommodate your location. When not being used, these gates can be moved entirely out of the way without obstructing access and freedom of movement.

Includes:
Heavy-Duty Single Security Gate

Features:

  • Sturdy, no-maintenance galvanized steel construction for lasting functionality
  • Open webbing cage design allows air to flow freely and won’t obstruct vision
  • Can be pushed out of the way entirely when not in use
  • Strong and sturdy steel locking bar holds secure to protect your area
  • Easy to install
  • Expanding width and height
  • Sturdy, no-maintenance galvanized steel construction for lasting functionality

Resources:
Download Installation Guide PDF

Specification

Specifications:

  • U-Channel Webbing: 3/8” x 3/4” 14-Gauge Steel
  • Frame: 1-1/2” x 1-1/2” 12-Gauge Vertical Angle Iron, Zinc Plated
  • Caster: 2” Solid Steel, Welded to Frame, Zinc Plated
  • Hasp: 3/16” Hasp, Welded to Frame
  • Locking Bar: 1-1/2” x 1-1/2” 12-Gauge Angle Iron, Zinc Plated
  • Drop & Support Pins: 5/8” Diameter, Welded to Frame,
  • Zinc Plated
  • U-Bracket: 3/16” Steel, Welded to Frame at Top and Bottom
  • Standard Mounting Bracket: 2-1/2” x 7” Steel “L” Bracket,
  • Zinc Plated
  • Rivets: 3/16” x 1/2” Steel, Zinc Plated

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