Self-supporting industrial gates have a slightly more complex travel system and their working area is one length longer than that of a sliding rail gate.
The bottom of the gate frame is 100 mm above the ground level.
Self-supporting industrial gates have a somewhat more complex travel system and their working area is one length longer than that of a sliding gate on a rail. Another advantage of installing a self-supporting gate is the preparation of a concrete base for mounting the system just beyond the edge of the drive in the direction of the gate opening. For a rail sliding gate, the foundation must be the full length of the rail. If the gate is delivered to the customer without an operator that secures the gate in the closed position, the gate is equipped with a latch lock with a guide rod.
Industrial self-supporting gates are manufactured according to specific requirements for functionality and dimensional solutions.