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In this article, we are going to list different types of warehouse gates, so that you could choose something that will suit your particular needs.

Sectional warehouse gates

This is one of the most common types of overhead doors Toronto consisting of bonded sections, the movement of which occurs along directed profiles, with the help of special rollers to ensure easy, precise movement of the sections. The gates' coloring can vary meaning that you can order sectional gates of virtually any color. The gates can be equipped with manual or electric lifting mechanisms; it is also possible to order these gates with a remote radio control.

It is worth nothing that you can install a wicket that provides access to the premises without having to open the gates entirely.

Sectional gates are not too big, but with the increase of height and/or width, the weight of the entire structure that rises with the help of an electric drive increases, which requires slightly more maintenance so that there is no problem in operation.

Advantages: when opening, the gates not require additional space, which is very important if your warehouse is relatively small. The speed of gates’ opening is much faster than that of swing gates.

Disadvantages: limitations of service life of some structural elements such as pullback springs: they can withstand up to 10,000 openings.

Swing gates

This is a very common type of warehouse gates, which is gradually losing its popularity. This type of gates is equipped on warehouses or industrial premises where sectional doors cannot be used due to the fact that they are either too big or they weigh too much.

Advantages: ease of use, low cost, durable, reliable, long service life.

Disadvantages: swing gates require additional space when opening.

Sliding gates

In place of regular swing gates, there appeared sliding gates. Structurally, sliding gates represent a canvas moving along the upper or lower rail by means of roller bearings. Sliding gates can be mechanical or electrical. When choosing the latter option, you should pay attention to the roller bearings, as well as the engine power based on the weight of the canvas.

Advantages: as with sectional ones, sliding gates do not require additional space when opening; good resistance to wind.

Disadvantages: the support rollers periodically wear out requiring replacement.

Rolling gates

When comparing sectional gates with rolling gates, the latter are constructively reminiscent of roller shutters, that is, when moving along the guides, they do not go upwards or parallel to the floor like sectional ones, but roll up into a roll, which saves you even more space. Just like sectional gates, rolling gates can be opened mechanically, using an electric drive, and automatically with the help of a remote control. Rolling gates are used outside the premises, they have a strong film resistant to low temperatures and a mechanism that rolls into a roll.

Advantages: just like sectional gates, these do not require much space when opening; more compact.

Disadvantages: the elements ensuring the roll-up wear out periodically.

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