We offer a comprehensive range of accessories to complement our automation systems. Our accessories range from weather hoods for your intercoms to gate closers and magnetic locks to ensure pedestrian gates are closed and secure. It’s these accessories that provide the final polish to any installation.
For a full range of the gate automation accessories we can supply, please get in touch with a member of the automation team.
Get In Touch:
For more information on access control equipment, please feel free to get in contact with the Automation Department on 01424 755333.
Gate closer with adjustable speed and slow down.
Gate closers ensure that pedestrian access gates close automatically with the minimum fuss or complication.
The smooth closing action prevents slam, eliminates unwelcome noise and helps prevent injury or damage.
Hydraulic damping ensures that gates will not bounce back from the closed position enabling a mag-lock to secure it into place.
Stainless steel 12/24v DC 500KG external mag-lock.
The magnetic lock or mag-lock uses an electrical current to produce a magnetic force. The magnetic lock is a simple locking device that consists of a magnetic lock and armature plate with no moving parts and it purely works due to the magnetic field.
Therefore the magnetic lock is truly fail-safe (power to lock). Thus, the magnetic lock is met by both security and fire safety requirements and is available for emergency exit doors.
Fireman switch IP54 flush or surface mount.
The fireman switch is an isolator for special applications. You can see these switches on the outside wall of commercial buildings.
They are designed to be easy to spot and are used by fireman to release any automated gate/door without an access code or fob. This is done by a key only possessed by the emergency services.
Push To Exit
Exit buttons are an integral part of all access control systems, doors can be secured but retain the ability to exit easily.
All our exit buttons comply with risk assessments RA001 and EN50133 and industry codes of practice.
Emergency Door Release
Emergency door release is a legal requirement that where members of the public, e.g. visitors and students are present, final exit doors must be simple to operate.
An electromagnetic door lock on a fire exit route must be wired into the fire alarm system so that the power to the lock is cut when the alarm sounds and the door can be pushed open freely.
In case the power to the door lock does not cut off when the alarm activates all such doors must have an emergency release.