Electrical Gate Installers for Homes
Gate automation, fencing and railings have three prime reasons for being installed. Firstly, they act as security to your home in conjunction with cctv, secondly, they add a sense of completion to the outside of your home and thirdly they very much act as convenience. We are blessed with having some of the leading accredited companies who not only have a wealth of experience and knowledge but their attention to detail is second to none.
Link this with cctv security cameras that are wireless then someone comes to your gate your smart phone rings and you can deal with the visitor from anywhere sheer brilliance.
All the accredited manufacturers that service the market place in Europe have a legal requirement to comply with the EU Machinery Directive is 2006-42-EC.
In the UK, this European law is implemented by The Supply of Machinery (Safety) Regulations 2008. This regulation requires all machines to meet a set of “essential health and safety requirements” and to be CE marked as proof of compliance. This gives you confidence that our accredited manufacturers and contractors are the best in the business.
Therefore, all automated gates are classified as machines under these regulations and manufacturers, suppliers, installers and users of automated gates within the EU must ensure they comply with full legislation.
All of our accredited installers automated gates and barriers meet with the essential health and safety requirements and are properly CE marked as required by law.
All the products are designed and engineered to exceed the standards set out in BS EN 12978 and BS EN 12453 in relation to gate safety.
You are safe in the knowledge that all our accredited installers and their technical advisors have passed the Gate Safe Aware training course to ensure they are up to date with the very latest standards and guidance in relation to automated gate safety. This ensures you are dealing with the best of the best.
When specifying new automated gates and barriers or the retro-fitting of automation to manual products, it should be noted that both the gate and its automation should be viewed holistically and that in combination, as a machine, they must comply with the legislation.
Our accredited manufacturers operate a continuous product development programme to ensure the latest improvements to safety are incorporated into their products at the earliest opportunity and full compliance with prevailing legislation.
Please be aware to exercise a duty of care in the specification, design, installation or operation of compliant automated gates may expose the specifier, client and site operator open to litigation in the event of an accident involving injury or damage to property. Therefore, our accredited manufacturers and installers take pride in creating a fully accredited safe system which can be totally bespoke to you.
Even if your existing gates are manual our accredited manufacturers and installers may well have the solution. Therefore, it’s safe to say they have the automation solution if possible. Automated Gates mean increased security and convenience
The main advantages of automated gates are now widely recognised by residential users. The feedback we hear is they bring security against intruders, all-weather ease of operation and prestige.
We also must remember these systems have been tried and tested over many years.
Our accredited installers and manufacturers regularly install systems for local authorities and police forces as well as in domestic and commercial premises.
Gate Automation can be performed by using three main terms of operation. These methods below are based on location, size of aperture, ground conditions and the style of gate you choose or have in a manual state at present:
Hydraulic Ram Swing Operator – For Gate Automation that requires high performance and heavy duty operation for large gates.
Underground Operator – Automation where the operator is completely hidden.
Sliding Gates – An ideal form of gate automation when the ground is uneven where the gate is installed.
You will also hear the terminology of Loop in Loop out but we will leave the full transparent explanations to our accredited installers.
Please remember a gate operator is a mechanical device used to open and close a gate, such as one at the end of a driveway. … Automatic and Electric Gate operators are designed for both swinging and sliding gates. They can be programmed to open and close with a wireless transmitter or a manual device.
Please contact us for more details and fixed price quotations for your project.