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AccessLane AL 933 Swing Gate

AccessLane AL 933 Swing Gate

Designed for use in intra-building sites, the AL 933 swing gate facilitates the passage of people with reduced mobility (wheelchair users, service staff with trolleys, bulky equipment, etc.) as well as the evacuation of the building in an emergency.

Its discreet design makes it particularly suitable for access control in prestigious access areas.

Since the gate is bi-directional, the obstacle opens in the user's direction of passage.

Possible configurations: - alone, facing a wall or a guardrail, - facing each other (independent operation), - facing each other (simultaneous operation), - in conjunction with security entrance lanes or turnstiles.

Specification
  • The gate is activated by an impulse from an access control system such as a push button, a motion detector or a card reader installed on a support post, or from a remote program selector located in the reception area.

    After passage authorisation, the gate opens automatically (in the user's direction) or by means of a light push, depending on the selected mode. The opening angle is adjustable. The obstacle remains open and closes automatically after a pre-set time.

    The opening and closing speeds can be adjusted to meet local requirements.


Technical specification
  • Unique ref.Accesslane933
  • Product familyAccess
  • Product groupDoors
  • TypeObject (single object)
  • Date of publishing2020-03-18
  • Edition number1
  • Height (mm)1000
  • Width (mm)1270
  • Depth (mm)220
Related
  • Material mainStainless steel
  • Designed inFrance
  • Manufactured inBelgium
  • Weight Net (Kg)55
Classification
  • BIMobject CategoryDoors - Security
  • Uniclass 2015 CodeAc_20_75_75
  • Uniclass 2015 DescriptionSecure entering and exiting

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