Door and Gate Automation

Auto Sesnor Door

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Automatic Sensor Door Operator is a device that operates a sliding door for pedestrian use. It opens the door automatically, waits, then closes it.A door operator may be triggered in various ways, such as Approach Sensor , Pushbutton or  Access control system.

Auto Swing Gate

Automatic swing door operator is a device that operates a swing door automatically, waits, then closes it. A door operator may be triggered in various ways, such as Approach Sensor , Pushbutton or  Access control system.A door operator may use sensors to prevent the door from coming into contact with a user.

Auto Sliding Gate

A slide gate either slides on wheels from left to right or right to left. Slide gate operators are commonly installed at the end of the gate in the closed position but can also be installed by the end of the gate in the open position.

Auto Rolling Door

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A roller shutter, roller door is a type of door consisting of many horizontal slats hinged together.The door is raised to open it and lowered to close it.With a Tubular motor / Central motor / Side motor fitted  Automatic operation can be done.

Boom Barrier

Boom Barrier gates  are used in parking garages, at toll booths, and at other traffic control areas. A Boom Barrier may be triggered in various ways, such as Push Button , Remote Control , RFID Tags / RFID Reader , Loop Detector or using Access control device.

Flap Barrier / Turnstile

A Turnstile / Flap Barrier, also called a baffle gate, is a form of gate which allows one person to pass at a time.From a business/revenue standpoint, turnstiles give an accurate, verifiable count of attendance.  This enables security to efficiently isolate potential trouble or to confiscate any prohibited materials.

Bollards / Road Blockers

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A bollard is a short vertical post.Bollards may be hinged at ground level, allowing them to be folded flat to permit vehicles to drive over them. In such cases they are generally fitted with padlocks at the base, to prevent their being lowered without proper authorization.