Chain link fence gate makes an important part for perimeter fencing system. It allows pedestrians and autos to go in and out of the enclosed areas or sites conveniently while remains a safe barrier. The gate is usually made of chain link mesh panels made from galvanized steel wire or PVC coated wire, then framed with tubes and fixed with rollers. The chain-link gates are very much used together with chain link fencing for houses, edifices, ranches, and farms. Lang Tend to supplies ties wire, post caps, gate finger, rings and other accessories for installing the gates.
Single Swing Chain link Gate
Single swing chain link gate has one leaf and is usually for the man going through. It also can be made with a larger opening, just make sure enough space for gate opening
Double SwingChain Link Gate
Double Swing Gates have two leaves and a drop rod to hold them in place while the gate is shut. It is both for man and vehicle.
|Height of gate panel (m)||1.0m,1.2m,1.5m,1.8m,2.0m|
|Width of gate panel (m)||Single leaf:1m,1.2m,1.5m
|Gate frame Surface||Square tubes:
|Surface Treatment||Galvanized or PVC coated|
|Colour||green, blue, yellow, white, red, etc|
Accessories are supplied for installation: post cap, tension bar, tension band, gate finger and more.
Installation of Chain Link Fencing Gates:
Step 1: Install the line post and terminal posts by using tension bands, brace bands, and bolts.
Step 2: Attach line post caps. Join the top rail with the swaged end. The plain end of the top rail fits into rail end fittings on the terminal post.
Step 3: After assembling framework as above, unroll the chain link netting fabric on the ground along the fence line starting at the terminal post.
Step 4: Then slide the tension bar through the last link in the fence fabric and attach this combination to the terminal post using tension band and bolts.
Step 5: Adjustment of mesh netting. If more or less netting fabric is required to span the opening, an additional amount can be connected or removed.
Step 6: The chain link fence netting shall be on the outside face of all posts and loosely attached to the top rail by a tie wire.