Here is a selection of the many types of gate that we have installed with solar powered gate systems
Note: the 23 degree Winter Harvesting ® solar panel brackets
Busy farm gate nr Stafford now solar powered
“Getting the mains to the gate just wasn’t an option” said Anthony Lewis, Moat House Farm, Acton Trussell, Staffs. “Solar is the perfect solution”
“Very pleased with the installation. Thanks for a good job well done” Richard Davies, The Manor House, Driffield, Glos.
Solar powered main gate with manually operated side pedestrian gate, Burghfield, Berks
“Of the millions of pounds that I have spent on farm machinery over the years, I can honestly say that the best purchase has without question, been my automatic farm gate”.
Colin Rayner, J.Rayner & Sons, Berkyn Manor Farm, Slough. March 2015
Viewed from inside the property, you can see the cut-out required so that the ram’s fixing could be welded directly onto the hidden steel post.
The system was installed in May 2015, and has GMT 200 telephone opening as the gate is half a mile from the farm.
Client comment received at the New Forest Show 3 months later:”The horses got out and were stopped from going on the road by the closed gates. Brilliant, one of the best things we have done!”
Solar Gate Systems win Bronze Award at the 2015 Bath and West Show!
An example of a 16 feet metal farm gate now kept constantly closed thanks to a linear ram solar powered system. GSM telephone opening with 32 stored numbers in this instance allows 24 hour access for the farm’s livery tenants
Situated at the end of a half mile farm drive in Oxford, this system now ensures that the farm drive gate is kept closed at all times YET gives the ease of full automation to the entering and exiting traffic. It is a 13 ft wooden five bar gate manufactured by Charlton Gates who supply the Queen.
‘The solar automatic gates transformed my life over the winter!’
Penny Stokes, Hampshire livery yard owner
This busy farm drive entrance in Wiltshire is controlled by a 7 day/24 hour timer,set to allow automatic entrance and exiting of farm traffic during working hours. It is then controlled by personal keyfob giving good security outside ot these hours.
Radley College needed to control the entrance gate to their boathouse, but the gate is at the end of a half mile drive, by the River Thames in Oxfordshire.
So using solar power, with a GSM system and 24 hour timer fitted, they are now able to control who enters the boathouse, and even open the gate from the main lodge, 3 miles away. Head Boatman, Andy Thomas said ” It’s great to have an easy to use system and decide who enters the Boat House”
“Massively improved security”
Installed early 2014, the Royal Bath and West Society wanted to increase security at their heavy main gate, particularly when shows and events were not taking place. A commercial specification kit was installed with GSM intercom, coded keypads on both inside and out, and two 24 hour timers to accommodate the number of tenants actually residing within the Showground. Chris Grant, facilities manager at the Showground said…
‘With the automation system, we have massively improved our security yet still given our employees and tenants flexibility of movement both during the working day as well as out of hours.’
Chris Grant, Royal Bath & West Showground
‘We all feel much safer knowing the dogs and children can’t escape’
Daisy Adams, Aldermarston, October 2014
Fitted in Spring 2014 at Aynho, Northants, is this system. Note the neat linear ram installation on the rear of the gate (shown below). Chris Reynolds, the happy owner said…
‘Thank you for the wonderful service, I would recommend your company to anyone’