Welcome Gates Horizontal Gates Folding Gates
Robust and long-lasting gates
Heat loss is minimised thanks to their partial opening functions. The range of design options is open to your imagination, thanks to the varied gate panels available: glass, wood, sheet metals, air ventilation slats and much, much more. This specific type of gate is ideal for special client demands such as implementation in crane rails or conveyor systems which have to pass through the gate area, as well as regions with high wind loads.
Folding gates are the preferred choice by fire departments and other emergency task forces due to their high reliability. Auroport’s folding gates also offer improved anti-theft measures.
Gate wings with a 2 mm thick, galvanised profile framework with integrated panels.
Sendzimir galvanised, sheet metal, 0.8 mm thick panels and enclosed on the front, filled with CFC-free PU hardfoam, B2 class in compliance with fire resistance class for insulation. Buckles and body in compliance with DIN 59232.
Construction of panels
Characterised by a modern design combined with outstanding heat insulation. Thermal transmittance values up to 1.4 W/m2K.
The finishes of the gate systems are all produced individually. Coilcoating lacquers are available in the following colours: RAL 9002, RAL 9006, RAL 9010 and RAL 7016. All other RAL and NCS colours can be order upon request as high-quality powder coating. The gate wings are comprised of 2 mm hot-dip galvanised inner opening profile frameworks, covered by strip galvanised 0.8 thick steel sheet metal. The whole surface of the gate panel doesn’t show any signs of welding and is completely made up of corrosion-resistant parts.
Insulation is guaranteed by filling the metal sheet coat with foam: 50 mm CFC-free hardfoam core. Double or triple glass glazing (UG values up to = 0.6 W/m2K) with a circular or rectangular Polotherm Plus glazing. With Polotherm Plus glazing, the glass panel is inserted directly into the gate leaf: this ensures no gaps are produced between the glass panel and wing insulation. The glass panel lies flush with the internal and external profiles (ca. 2 mm offset).