HVM STOP PAS 68 CANTILEVER SLIDING GATES
The RAM STOP Crash Rated PAS 68 cantilever sliding gates are designed to prevent a 7.5 tonne vehicle borne terrorist / ram-raid threat. Capable of blending seamlessly within any building or site perimeter line, enabling discreet vehicle mitigation.
Constructed from steel sections, this gate design aesthetically blends into the building or perimeter fencing line. Available with your choice of vertical bar, welded mesh or woven mesh infills ideal for complementing our range of High Security Fencing.
The Crash Rated PAS 68 cantilever sliding gates requires shallow foundation depths, ideally suited to shallow and / or utility congested substructure.
The product is also able to accept any architectural enhancement over and above its standard construction; therefore it lends itself to the continuation of any high security fencing specification, powered fence or security toppings across the normally vulnerable entrance to a site.
Crash Test Results of PAS 68 Cantilever Sliding Gates
The RAM STOP PAS 68 cantilever sliding gates, also successfully tested to PAS 68:2010 vehicle impact test. The gate also performed extremely well under test conditions, restraining and immobilising the test vehicle with minimal dynamic penetration and no dispersal of major debris.
Construction of PAS 68 Cantilever Sliding Gates
Also manufactured from steel sections and proprietary folded track to EN/BS standards with a nominal opening available up to 8000mm. The height of each is available from a minimum of 1800mm to a maximum height of 2400mm. Each gate is available with a variety of infills including vertical bar and welded mesh.
The receptor and motor posts, also constructed from proprietary steel sections and running gears utilise long-life rollers and bearings.
Drive options of PAS 68 Cantilever Sliding Gates
Each gate is also available with either a standard proprietary sliding gate rack drive system, including integral logic control panel. Or also for intensive use, and for faster opening / closing, heavy duty drive unit, including a programmable logic controller (PLC).