Automatic Barriers

Automatic barriers or "Boom gates" are typically found at parking facilities, checkpoints and entrances to restricted areas. They are also the usual method for controlling passage through toll booths. In some places, boom gates are installed as a traffic calming measure, preventing through traffic, while allowing authorised vehicles such as emergency services and buses to take advantage of the shorter and more direct route.

Manual Barriers

Manual Raise Arm Barriers are a low maintenance, cost effective way of manually controlling access to unauthorised areas. We offer them in spans of up to 9 meters. They are a very easy product to use and have many features as standard designed to assist the operator. Typically used in commercial applications the manual barriers are very popular.

Security Posts

Telescopic Security Posts offer a high level of security and can be removed, unhinged or locked in place.
The telescopic posts are easy to use and after the initial ground work is done an easy to install product. These are commonly used on commercial sites where security but ease of access is required. We can offer "suited" keys which makes locking and unlocking the posts easy. We have stock of these items to offer you a fast turnaround.

Cantilever Sliding Gates Range

Where the use of conventional swinging gates are not feasible due to space restrictions, the Automatic Cantilevered Sliding Gate by ACE is the ideal solution.

ACE can manufacture in-house to your individual requirements ensuring the highest level of quality and customer satisfaction. We offer a bespoke service from design to manufacture where we can supply a custom built gate to match existing fencing/surroundings ensuring that the finished product is exactly what is required.

The standard round tube infill can be replaced by a variety of infill options including D or W profile palisade pales, timber panels, solid sheeting and various mesh panels to integrate perfectly with all fence types.

The cantilever design means that the gate is supported from one end as it opens and closes, so there is no need for a track to be fitted across the entrance. With “no track required” installation across the gate opening, a single leaf cantilever gate can span widths of up to 10 metres and can be installed on uneven ground, over block-paving, grass, gravel or even water.

The gate glides on two sets of support/guide rollers, fixed to a concrete foundation, hidden within the main lower beam extrusion protecting them from the elements ensuring a reliable, smooth and virtually silent operation.