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Came Road Barrier

Community Gates

A community gate has a high daily flow of traffic, which requires periodic maintenance and trained technicians. GricProServices has technicians endorsed by the main brands in the sector, thus guaranteeing the optimal functioning of the systems.

Why is it important to have gates in our community?

  • Security: One of the primary reasons for having gates in a community is to enhance security. Gates provide a physical barrier that can prevent unauthorized individuals or vehicles from entering the community. This can help to deter crime and reduce the risk of theft, vandalism, or other security threats.

  • Privacy: Gates can also help to provide privacy for residents within the community. By limiting access to the community, residents can enjoy a greater sense of privacy and seclusion, which can improve their quality of life.

  • Traffic Control: Gates can be used to control the flow of traffic in and out of the community. This can help to reduce congestion and improve safety, particularly in areas where there is heavy traffic or pedestrian activity.

  • Aesthetics: Gates can also enhance the aesthetics of a community. Well-designed gates can add visual appeal to a community and create a sense of exclusivity and prestige.

  • Community Cohesion: Finally, gates can help to create a sense of community among residents. By limiting access to the community, residents may feel a greater sense of connection to one another and a greater sense of responsibility for the safety and security of the community.

Type of Gate Community.

  • Boom Barriers: Boom barriers are the most common type of gate barriers used for controlling vehicle access. These barriers consist of a horizontal arm that can be raised or lowered to allow or restrict entry to a particular area. They are typically used in parking lots, toll booths, and other areas where access control is needed.

  • Sliding Gates: Sliding gates are commonly used in areas where space is limited. These gates slide along a track and are typically made of metal or wood. They are often used in residential or commercial areas where there is limited space for a swinging gate.

  • Swing Gates: Swing gates are the most traditional type of gate. These gates swing open on hinges and are typically made of metal or wood. They are commonly used in residential and commercial areas and are often preferred for their durability and security.

LiftMaster Road Barrier

LiftMaster Ma

  • Mega Arm High Performance Commercial DC Barrier Gate

  • Rated for 6000 cycles per day with an opening speed of 2.5 seconds.

  • Battery Backup keeps operator running and traffic moving even when power is down.

  • Integrates easily with LiftMaster Access Control Technology.

Barrier Gate
Came barrier

Came Gard Gt4

  • 24 V DC operator with Advanced Speed Control.

  • Tested for intensive use of 350 cycles/hour with MCBF 3 million cycles.

  • Control board with display, CONNECT technology and inputs for CXN BUS accessories.

  • Accessories that can be integrated directly into the cabinet.

  • High visibility red/green LEDs on the crown and on both sides of the boom.

Came Barrier
Came unipark

Came Unipark

  • Solution controllable via radio, to reserve the parking space.

  • Simple and functional fixing base.

  • It works in emergency mode during power outages.

  • Safety is ensured by the amperometric obstruction-detecting and limit-switch controlling device.

  • Available in 2 models: small and large.

  • Built in galvanized steel and painted RAL 1028 with textured finish.

came unipark
Came chain barrier

Came Cat

  • CAME Cat device for the management of reserved areas and private accesses.

  • Sturdy and impact-resistant steel structure.

  • Quick and simple installation.

  • Guides to guarantee the chain protection with open passage.

  • 24 V DC version available for obstacle detection and chain speed adjustment.

Came chain barrier

Factors to consider when choosing the type of gate for your community.

  • Purpose: The first step in selecting gates for your community is to determine their purpose. Are you looking to enhance security, control traffic, or simply add visual appeal to the community? Once you have a clear understanding of the purpose of the gates, you can begin to narrow down your options.

  • Type of Property: The type of property and the surrounding environment will also impact the type of gates that are best suited for your community. For example, if the property is located in an area with heavy traffic, you may want to consider gates that are designed for high-traffic areas, such as boom barriers or road blockers.

  • Design and Aesthetics: The design and aesthetics of the gates are also important considerations. You want to choose gates that complement the architecture and design of the community and enhance its overall appearance.

  • Budget: Cost is also an important factor to consider. Different types of gates have different costs, and you need to select the ones that fit within your budget while still meeting your needs.

  • Maintenance: Finally, you need to consider the maintenance requirements of the gates. Some types of gates may require more maintenance than others, and you need to factor in the cost and frequency of maintenance when making your decision.

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