Sliding Security Gates

JB Corrie manufacture an extensive range of cost effective manual and automated sliding gates to suit the majority of our fencing products. Corries British specification sliding gates can be manufactured to suit most applications, either as a single leaf or a double leaf.

These uncomplicated gates are furnished using readily available British sourced materials which include the tracking and electrics. This means that the moving parts of the gates can be easily replaced if any accidental damage occurs.

JB Corries sliding gates can be infilled with an assortment of products including vertical bars, intricate laser cut designs, palisade, welded mesh, chain link and timber.

Automated gates can be supplied with numerous different types of entry and exit systems including card readers, proximity readers, code access, intercom and radio control. A choice of safety and security equipment is available to suit the client’s requirements, including safety edges/beams, road loops, and auto close.

  •     Choice of infills
  •     Manual sliding gates are available supply only and supplied and fitted
  •     Automated sliding gates are available supplied and fitted
  •     Readily available replacement parts
  •     Most road widths catered for
  •     Strong
  •     Cost effective
  •     Ease of Use

Suitable Frames

  •     Rectangular hollow section (SHS, RHS)

Suitable Posts (Dependent on gate height, width and weight)

  •     Rectangular hollow section (SHS, RHS)

Suitable Infill

  •     Chainlink
  •     Welded Mesh
  •     Corrie Play
  •     358 welded mesh
  •     Welded mesh panels
  •     Palisade
  •     Rectangular hollow section (SHS, RHS)
  •     Tubular hollow section (CHS)
  •     Laser/plasma cut steel
  •     Steel sheet
  •     Timber
  •     Plastic

Gate Widths

0 – 10 metres * Single leaf
0 – 20 metres * Double leaf

Gate Heights

0 – 3 metres * Single or Double leaf

* (Depending on style required)


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