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Avon SG1100CR Armoured Vehicle Gate

SG1100CR Armoured Vehicle Gate

The Avon SG1100CR Armoured Vehicle Gate is a sliding gate that provides a high level of security against unauthorised vehicle access.

The SG1100CR sliding gate has been independently physically tested in a number of full scale crash tests conducted in accordance with BSi PAS 68 by MIRA and the Transport Research Laboratory (TRL).

This versatile high security gate’s unique modular design makes it ideal for global shipping, and is available in range of gate heights, clear widths and infill types, to suit site environments & aesthetics.

SG1100CR PAS 68 Vehicle Gate
PAS 68 Impact tested sliding gate

Key features & benefits

Features

  • Physically impact tested to PAS 68 criteria
  • Manufactured from heavy gauge materials
  • Variable height and clear widths
  • Manual operating override facility
  • High quality coating system (minimum galvanised)
  • Shallow mounting less than 500mm overall depth
  • Hold to run operation

 

Benefits

  • Confidence in proven performance
  • Strength and durability
  • Flexibility to suit site requirements
  • Operational under power failure conditions
  • Reliable and dependable
  • Overcomes site depth restrictions
  • Safe operation

Product overview

Independently physically impact tested in accordance with the BSi PAS 68 at Mira Ltd, it achieved a PAS 68 classification V/7500(N2)/64/90:0.0/0.0, The physical test was carried out using a 7500Kg truck travelling at 64 kph (40mph), which was crashed into 7m clear width opening gate, It achieved zero penetration and zero debris.

Developed as a Hostile Vehicle Mitigation (HVM) solution, it is able to withstand substantial direct impact forces.  This vehicle gate can be used to protect sites from extreme aggressive attacks while maintaining a pedestrian secure environment.

The gate comes with a push-button hold to run control as standard.

The gate can be customised to interface with a wide range of access control equipment to suit specific customer requirements.

SG1100CR 7m sliding Gate PAS 68

Options available

  • Emergency buttons with lock down
  • UPS backup for the electrical system
  • Safety beams
  • Safety edges
  • Laser scanners
  • Serrated / barbed wire toppings
  • Matching infill panels
  • Inductive loop systems
  • Traffic lights and back-indication system

SG1100CR Armoured Vehicle Gate - Resources

Datasheet – Avon SG1100CR Armoured Vehicle Gate
Format: pdf

Datasheet – Avon SG1100CR Armoured Vehicle Gate

Drawings – Avon SG1100CR Armoured Vehicle Gate
Format: pdf

Drawings – Avon SG1100CR Armoured Vehicle Gate

Specification – Avon SG1100CR Armoured Vehicle Gate
Format: pdf

Procurement specification for PAS 68 Avon SG1100CR Armoured Vehicle Gate

Technical Specification

 Physical Dimensions:
Standard gate height:Height 2400mm – additional razor wire/cladding can be added for additional height

Standard sizes – clear width openings/gap of 5m, 6m and 7m

Bespoke sizes available on request, subject to conditions, contact our sales department for advice

Basic power requirements:Subject to gate size and construction
Impact Absorption:1189KJ
PAS68 Classification:V/7500(N2)/64/90:0.0/0.0
Tested Model:Sliding gate with clear opening gap of 7000mm and a height of 2400mm + 1000mm sacrificial razor wire topping = total

Overall height of 3400mm and foundation depth of 470mm

Speed of operation:5.7 seconds per metre (optional high speed operation 2 second per metre is available)
Operating temperature range available:-25°C – +70°C
Construction: The framework is constructed from fully welded, heavy gauge, steel structures and hi-tensile structural steel.

  

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