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Track Gates Go Modular And Solar
Leda Vannaclip developed a low cost modular cantilever (suspended) gate in 2008. Interest has been strong in Australia which has lead Leda to add to the range with a modular track gate which is now available
Innovation in gates is not typically seen by the public as one gate typically looks similar to the next. The modular gate looks different from the start as it is stored and transported on a double pallet. In the past, large gates required large trucks with large cranes which made the whole exercise quite expensive. The modular gate is then bolted together and installed by two people in a few hours. “Installation time has been more than halved from traditional gates of the same size and you do not need prior experience,”
Leda supply engineering drawings for the footings to ensure it meets wind loading oflg standards. There is the popular option of automating the gate and clients can select a solar option which apparently produces significant savings over trenching power to remote sites. Leda hope the utilities market catch onto the solar option as Leda’s solar system reportedly can open and close the gate up to 50 times a day.
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Leda-Vannaclip is Australia's leading specialist in Perimeter Security Solutions and traffic control systems - comprising gates, bollards, tyre spikes, road blockers, turnstiles, barriers, fencing, bicycle security & parking protection.