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Design and Technical Features

"The key cannot be retrieved until the gate is returned to its closing position and locked"

The Gerda Barrier Gate Lock® System enables organisations to effectively reduce the problem of abandoned and unauthorised vehicles on housing estates and public places.

The lock is designed to prevent gates being left intentionally or unintentionally open.

Technical features

  • High security, based on design of G2000® lock certified to EN1303:2005 with 2 billion key combinations

  • The Barrier Gate Lock System is approved by Secured by Design, the official UK  police flagship initiative for designing out crime

  • The system provides effective key management: an organisation can  issue keys to individuals at different levels of authority or access

  • An additional locating pin and retainer is supplied as part of the system to enable the gate to be held open until it is then closed and locked

  • The Gerda Barrier Gate Lock is robust, manufactured in stainless steel and therefore suits all types of weather

  • The lock welds straightforwardly to steel gates

  • Low maintenance.

Key Registered System

  • The Barrier Gate Lock System has a registered key system with a Secure replacement key service. Keys can only be cut through the authorised security procedure

  • The unique multi-dimensional design of the key is trademarked

  • Organisations issuing keys generally implement key control policies whereby proportional fines are payable by those who lose their keys.

  • With users allocated an individual key, there is a vested interest in ensuring they look after it in order to use their car parking space

  • The keys are numbered and traceable which assists organisations in the management of their key control policies

Designed so the Fire and Rescue Service can access through their unique Gerda One Key® System. To find out if your Fire & Rescue Service carry the Gerda One Key® System click here.

 

Key Features