The Avon GC1100CR Hinged Gate is a PAS 68 crash tested manually operated hinged gate.
Designed to withstand substantial direct impact forces the gate is used to protect sites from an aggressive vehicle attack and is ideal for securing a traffic lane or an access point that is used infrequently or to secure a roadway for longer periods of time.
Key features & benefits
It has been fully impact tested in accordance with PAS 68 criteria and can be installed with the minimum of ease, using local contractors.
The manually operated hinged gate incorporates the crash tested vehicle restraint system (1852KJ resistance).
Shallow foundation depths are from under 470mm subject to gate design.
Manufactured by engineers with a wealth of experience in the fields of Hostile Vehicle Mitigation (HVM) Solutions , the GC1100CR is a highly dependable security product.
This is a specialist high security product and is designed for use with vehicles only and a full site risk assessment must be carried out at design stage to ensure that all relevant safety systems are included.
|Physical Dimensions:||To suit site requirement|
|Full PAS68 Classification:||V/7500(N3)/80/90:5.7/25|
|Tested Model:||1.0m H x 3.8m opening|
|Construction:||The framework is constructed from fully welded, heavy gauge, steel angle and box section and hi-tensile structural steel. The gate is constructed with up to a 4.5m opening using a heavy steel cross beam. The foundations comprise of a rebar cage set in concrete to a depth of 470mm. Side catcher assemblies are set within the rebar reinforcements with the hinged post is fixed to studs grouted into the concrete foundation.|
Drawings – Avon GC1100CR Hinged Gate
General arrangement drawings for GC1100CR Hinged Gate – PAS 68 crash tested manually operated gate
Datasheet – Avon GC1100CR Hinged Gate
Datasheet for GC1100CR Hinged Gate
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