Gates and wickets

The gates and wickets made by Mostostal Met are all about extreme durability and a refined finish. Aside from the range of standard sizes, custom dimensions can be manufactured on request.

Specifications of double leaf gates

Length ≤ 6 m

  • 80x80/2.0 mm hollow section posts
  • 60x40/1.5 mm hollow section frame
  • M16 adjustable hinges
  • Lock, handle, and strike plate or bolt latch
  • Frame infill as ordered
  • No offset arm on the gate leaf

Length > 6 m

  • 80x80/3,0 mm hollow section posts
  • 60x40/2,0 mm hollow section frame
  • M16 adjustable hinges
  • Lock, handle, and strike plate or bolt latch
  • Frame infill as ordered
  • Additional offset arm on the gate leaf

Paint coat finish available in any RAL colour

Gate with vertical infill bars

Gate with horizontal steel flat bars

Flat wire mesh panel gate

Profiled wire mesh panel gate

Specifications of sliding gates

Length ≤ 7 m

  • 80/5.5 mm fence gate section
  • 60x60/2.0 mm hollow section frame
  • 80x80/3.0 mm hollow section posts
  • Kit of running trucks
  • Hook lock bolt or an automatic gate drive unit
  • Pull handle for manual operation
  • Frame infill as ordered

Length > 7 m

  • 80/5.5 mm fence gate section
  • 60x60/2.0 mm hollow section frame
  • 80x80/3.0 mm hollow section posts
  • Kit of running trucks
  • Hook lock bolt or an automatic gate drive unit
  • Pull handle for manual operation
  • Frame infill as ordered
  • Additional grating at the gate bottom

Paint coat finish available in any RAL colour

Hand-operated sliding gate with horizontal steel flat bars

Hand-operated sliding gate with vertical infill bars

Hand-operated sliding gate with plain wire mesh panel

Hand-operated sliding gate with profiled wire mesh panel

Power sliding gate with horizontal steel flat bars

Power sliding gate with vertical infill bars

Power sliding gate with plain wire mesh panel

Power sliding gate with profiled wire mesh panel

Specifications of fence wickets

  • 60x60/2.0 mm hollow section posts
  • 60x40/1.5 mm hollow section frame
  • M16 adjustable hinges
  • Lock, handle and strike plate
  • Frame infill as ordered

Paint coat finish available in any RAL colour

Wicket with horizontal infill bars

Wicket with horizontal steel flat bars

Form 1.0: flush steel flat bars

Form 2.0: front-overlapping steel flat bars

Flat wire mesh panel wicket

Profiled wire mesh panel wicket

Hot-dip galvanising

The most effective anti-corrosive protection process for fencing products. In the hot-dip galvanising process, pre-treated steel parts are immersed in a solution of molten zinc which is held at a temperature of 440-460°C. The molten zinc reacts by diffusion with the steel surface, which builds an anti-corrosive layer of zinc. An advantage of hot-dip galvanising is that the process facilitates anti-corrosive zinc coating of surfaces hardly accessible in other types of protective processing, including the inner surfaces of hollow sections.

Selected atmosphere corrosivity categories, ref. PN-EN ISO 12944-5:

Corrosivity category: C2 – low atmospheric corrosivity
Outdoor environment: Atmospheres with a low level of pollution. Mostly rural areas.
Indoor environment: Unheated buildings where condensation may occur, e.g.. depots, warehouses, and sports halls.

Zinc coating reduction per year: 0,1 to 0,7 µm

Corrosivity category: C3 – medium atmospheric corrosivity
Outdoor environment: Urban and industrial atmospheres, moderate sulphur dioxide pollution. Coastal areas with low salinity.
Indoor environment: Production rooms with high humidity and some air pollution (food processing plants, laundries, breweries, and dairies).

Zinc coating reduction per year: 0,7 to 2,1 µm

Estimated anti-corrosive protection life:
Part thickness Zinc coating layer Reduction per year Estimated coating life
C2 atmospheric environment C3 atmospheric environment C2 atmospheric environment C3 atmospheric environment
≤ 1,5 mm 45 µm 0,1 to 0,7 µm 0,7 to 2,1 µm > 60 years 21 to 64 years
1,5 to 3,0 mm 55 µm > 75 years 26 to 78 years
3,0 to 6,0 mm 70 µm > 100 years 33 to 100 years
> 6,0 mm 80 µm > 110 years 38 to 114 years

Powder coating

Powder coating is a process of electrostatic deposition of powdered paint. Parts coated with electrostatically-charged powdered paint are “baked” in an oven at 180-200°C. The heat causes the powder to flow and form a continuous, durable and neat paint coat in a colour of choice.

Aside from providing decorative value, powder coats improve the corrosion resistance of fencing by the principle of coating interaction.

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