Typically found at entrances to car parks, applicable sites include hospitals, apartments, hotels, industrial and commercial units, schools, ports, and any site where traffic control is needed. Access can be provided by means of proximity card, keypad, voice/video intercom control, token acceptor, remote control fob or loop detector.
Barrier lengths are available from 3m with some versions available in up to 9m or even 12m. Barriers are also available with a cranked arm, and in heavy duty and skirted options. Manual versions are also available
Automated barriers will require an electricity supply. Some options use a transformer to supply 24V power, which means that battery back-up is possible in cases of power loss. Both lower and upper barrier skirts can be added, as can integrated lights. A pre-wired loop detector can operate a gate on the approach of a vehicle but remain closed to pedestrians. Standard colours are available but other colours can be specified at extra cost. A concrete base will be required for the main post and also the support leg if you have one, but these are quick and simple to install and can be available on a short lead time