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Raising Manual Arm Barriers For Vehicles
Control access to a wide range of commercial and industrial sites, including car parks, offices and warehouses, with Alexandra Security’s heavy-duty Rising Arm Barriers.
A cost-effective method for traffic management in specific areas, these manually operated rising barriers are ideal for allowing vehicle access into low-use entrances of private car parks. They are also used around the entrances to restricted areas, where a checkpoint is staffed by security personnel.
The arm barrier is lockable by means of a padlock in both the raised and lowered positions and rests 1.0m above the ground when closed. The rising car park barrier arm is constructed from aluminium and contains balanced weights, ensuring easy and safe manual operation when opening and closing.
Rising Car Park Barrier Supplied As a Ready-To-Assemble Kit
Our raising arm barrier gates are supplied in kit form, ready for easy assembly on site. Single gates can be manufactured from 3m up to 6.5m wide, with sizes above this supplied as a pair, complete with a central, removable locking/support post. As standard, our barrier arms are supplied powder-coated red with white overlays, while the pedestal and supporting posts are powder-coated red. Other RAL colours are available on request.
Manual Arm Barrier Optional Accessories
Our barriers are designed to suit your exact specification. Over and under skirts, stop signs, and suitable padlocks are available when ordering your barrier. All custom orders are supported by detailed CAD drawings, allowing you to review the design before signing off on manufacture. Our expert team are on hand to discuss your exact requirements and any extras you may need.
NOTE: Our stock barriers are manufactured with base plates for bolt down to concrete foundations. Should you require a concrete in version, this would be to special order.
Conforms to BS 1722-14: 2006