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Access Control

Traffic & Barrier Gate Arms

From Electric Gate Arms to Crash-Rated Gate Arm Barriers, Sloan's certified technicians can safely install and maintain the best Gate Arm for your access control needs.

Electric Gate Arms

Electric Gate Arms

Electric Gate Arms are energy-efficient and easy to operate. Typically, they have a long service life of up to 10 million operating cycles, making it a perfect choice for use in heavy-traffic areas like parking lots and garages. Sloan offers industry-leading preventative maintenance as a value-added service.

• Up to 33 ft wide opening
• Low operation costs
• Battery backup options

Folding Gate Arms

Folding Gate Arms

Folding Gate Arms are ideal for parking garages, tunnels, or other areas with low room heights. With adjustable opening and closing times, this arm barrier makes for the optimal solution where space is an issue. Sloan offers industry-leading design and engineering as a value-added service.

• Up to 15 ft wide opening
• Low operating costs
• Opening times as fast as 2 seconds

Lighted Gate Arms

Lighted Gate Arms

Lighted Gate Arms with LED light strips offer better visibility under poor weather conditions, at night, or in parking garages and tunnels. These types of arm barriers may be seen from a very long distance avoiding accidental crashes and reducing the need for unwanted repairs.

• Alternating colors for stop (red) and go (green)
• LED lighting on both sides of the barrier arm
• Ideal for 24-hour facilities

Crash-Rated Gate Arms

Crash-Rated Gate Arms

Crash-Rated Gate Arms are multi-purpose access control solutions that can be used to provide security and safety against vehicular threats while keeping pedestrians at a safe distance. 

• K12/M30 rated options
• Shallow mount available
• Up to 22 ft wide opening

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Gate Arms FAQs

How much does vehicle and pedestrian Access Control installation cost?

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The cost of vehicle and pedestrian access control installation varies depending on the size and complexity of the facility and the type of system needed. It is best to consult with an experienced installer to determine the specific costs involved. However, it is important to consider the long-term cost savings that can result from a secure vehicle and pedestrian access control system.

Can a pedestrian turnstile be integrated with a Card Access system?

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Yes, pedestrian turnstiles can be integrated with a card access system, allowing authorized personnel to gain access by presenting their access card or credentials.

What are retractable bollards used for in Access Control systems?

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Retractable bollards are short vertical posts that restrict vehicle access to specific areas. They are often used in combination with other access control systems, such as automatic gates or turnstiles, to further enhance security.

Can I manage vehicle and pedestrian Access Control remotely?

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Yes, many vehicle and pedestrian access control systems offer remote management capabilities, allowing authorized personnel to manage access control from a remote location. This can be especially beneficial for large facilities or those with multiple access points.

What types of vehicle and pedestrian Access Control systems are available?

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There are various types of vehicle and pedestrian access control systems available, including automatic gates, optical turnstiles, retractable bollards, and biometric systems. The type of system needed depends on the specific security requirements of the facility.

Why is vehicle and pedestrian Access Control important?

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Vehicle and pedestrian access control is essential for ensuring the safety and security of a facility and its occupants. It restricts unauthorized access, reducing the risk of theft, vandalism, and other security breaches. It also helps manage traffic flow, reducing congestion and increasing safety for pedestrians and vehicles.

What is vehicle and pedestrian Access Control?

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Vehicle and pedestrian access control is a security system that restricts or grants access to vehicles and pedestrians entering or exiting a specific area or property. It may include devices such as gate operators, turnstiles, barriers, or other similar systems that require authorized personnel to gain access.

What maintenance is required for Gate Arms?

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Regular maintenance is recommended for Gate Arms to ensure proper operation and longevity of the equipment. This may include cleaning, lubrication, and inspection of all components. It is important to consult with the manufacturer or a professional installer for specific maintenance recommendations.

Can Gate Arms be customized?

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Yes, Gate Arms can be customized to meet specific needs and requirements, such as color, size, and branding. It is important to consult with a professional installer to determine the best options for customization.

What are the benefits of installing Gate Arms?

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Installing Gate Arms can help to control and regulate vehicular traffic flow in parking lots, enhancing safety and security while reducing congestion and improving efficiency.

How long does it take to install Gate Arms?

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The installation time for Gate Arms can vary depending on the complexity of the installation and the specific equipment being installed. However, it typically takes several hours to complete the installation process.

Are there any requirements or regulations for installing Gate Arms?

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Yes, there may be specific requirements or regulations depending on the location and intended use of the Gate Arms. It is important to check with local authorities or consult with a professional installer to ensure compliance with all applicable regulations.

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