We are a specialist in gate automation and entry systems. Our services range from automation of an existing gate to automated pedestrian or vehicle gates with computerised voice and video card entry systems.
To arrange your free safety evaluation or for advice, budget costs or quotations, please contact us on 01732 853133, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or use the online form and select subject “Free Safety Survey Request”.
We would welcome the opportunity to perform a free audit of your existing gates, and report on current condition. If you already have a gate automation and access system, we can ensure it is safe and complies with current British and European standards.
In addition, we will highlight any maintenance or repair work that might need to be performed in the near future. This can be very useful information for your financial planning and prevent unexpected demands on budgets. If you already know that you need an estimate for fencing or gates please arrange a quotation on potential future works.
Our quotation and survey services are free and carry no obligation to purchase.
Many schools have made good use of our management team’s experience and free advice with regard to budgets, security and Health and Safety, and to give them a cost effective solution to their requirements. Our team of directly employed fence erectors are skilled craftsmen who are all DBS checked (Disclosure Barring Service) and hold CSCS cards (NVQ Qualification in Health and Safety) in their fields.
You may be aware of deaths in the past few years involving automated gates. Safety is a primary consideration for us throughout the entire installation, from the system design and component selection right through to the training and documentation for the client. We undertake a detailed risk assessment of the site and use a safety-conscious design-for-misuse approach; such as the use of pressure sensors, safety beams, anti-trap panic strips, force-limited motors and the minimisation of trapping regions. Our service is compliant to all current directives and standards, including:
Health and Safety Executive
HSE – Supply of Machinery (Safety) Regulations 2008
HSE – FOD WSW 1-2010: Safety Bulletin
British Standard – Industrial, commercial and garage doors and gates
BS EN 12635:2002: Installation and use
BS EN 12604:2000: Mechanical Aspects
BS EN 12453:2001: Safety in use of power operated doors