Telescopic Boom Gate

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The TBG3800 is a strut assisted light boom gate designed for applications where there is restricted overhead space to accommodate a fixed length boom, or insufficient room for a swing gate. The telescopic boom can be locked off at a fixed length if the available height allows or retracted as the boom is raised. The gate can be used to span openings from 2.3 to 3.8 metres.


  • Description:

    Telescopic light boom gate.

    Operation: Manual lift with gas strut assistance.
    Construction: Steel posts with aluminium rails.
    Gate Swing: 90 degrees vertical.
    Gate Stop: Built-in.
    Receiver Post: Included (optional wall mount receiver).
    Max. Opening: 3825mm.
    Min Opening: 2325mm.
    Mounting Type: Surface mounted posts.
    Rail Type: Aluminium telescopic 50dia. inner 63dia. outer.
    Rail Height: 940mm to the centre of the rail.
    O/H Clearance: 3450mm.
    Finish: Powder coated safety yellow.
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