Sliding Gate

Sliding gates operate on a horizontal track, moving from side to side.

  • Space-Saving: Sliding gates don’t require extra space for swinging open, making them ideal for properties with limited space.
  • Aesthetics: When closed, sliding gates appear neatly tucked away, enhancing the overall look of the property.
  • Security: Sturdy sliding gates provide effective security against unauthorized entry.
  • Ease of Use: Automated sliding gates offer convenience, especially for driveways.

Swing Gate

A swing gate is a type of gate that is attached to one or two posts and opens and closes on hinges.

  • While most swing gates are manually operated, there are designs that open automatically.
  • Automatic swing gates use swing gate systems, which can be electronic, hydraulic, or mechanically-based.
  • They create a secure environment in workplaces or private properties.


Automatic bi-folding gates are designed with space constraints in mind. They allow individuals to utilize limited space effectively while still having a gate that can open and close within that confined area.

These gates are particularly useful when you need to park your car in a tight space but still require a functional gate for security.


A cantilever gate is a type of sliding gate that operates differently from traditional sliding gates. Instead of relying on a track or wheels on the ground, a cantilever gate is supported and operated by a counterbalance mechanism.

  • A cantilever gate looks similar to other sliding gates, but it has a distinctive feature: a large section of gate frame panel called a cantilever trailer.
  • Cantilever gates are often used in regions where cold weather prevents drilling into gate posts and where snow and ice make ground-mounted gate tracks impractical during winter.

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