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Linkcare Gate Automation

Linkcare Gate Automation Supplies Kits And Parts For Automatic Electric Gates

Linkcare Gate Automation is the UK’s largest independent supplier of kits and parts for automatic electric swing and sliding gates.

Established in 1992, Linkcare is the UK’s largest independent supplier of electric gate kits, gate motors, accessories and parts from all leading suppliers including gate automation from Nice, Came, Beninca, Fadini, Faac, Genius, Elka, V2, Erreka, Key Automation, Life Automation and Akia; access control from Prastel, bpt, Videx, Impro and Daitem; and fasternings from memFast.

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Everything You Need For Automatic Gates And Access Control

Linkcare Gate Automation is a wholesaler for a wide range of electric gate automation products including automatic gate openers for swing gates and sliding gates plus aluminium swing gates and aluminium sliding gates, and comprehensive ranges of access control systems, remote controls, automatic barriers and bollards, and much more.

Linkcare Gate Automation's specialists are available to answer your technical questions on gate automation, garage door automation, barriers, access control systems and remote control replacement.

We are experienced and knowledgeable in areas including specification, site assessment, safety, installation, set-up, trouble-shooting, remote re-programming and much more. Call Linkcare Gate Automation on 01895 232 626 if you have any questions.

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Contact us if you need help tracking down the right electric openers, spares or parts for automatic electric gates. We have what you need for any gate automation, or we can locate it and get it to you as quickly as possible. We also continuously analyse and test new automatic gate openers and automation equipment for its suitability, reliability and longevity.

As we developed from a company that installed automatic electric gates, we completely understand our customers’ needs and the difficulties faced when searching for the right electric gate openers for each job.

Linkcare Gate Automation Trade Installer Benefits

We have many services available for trade customers. So, if you’re an installer of gate automation, a security specialist, landscaper or similar and could benefit from including gate automation and garage door systems in your services, go to our trade application page. You can sign up to receive special discounts, and training on the installation and repair of automatic gates and related safety procedures.

If you have any questions, call Linkcare Gate Automation now on 01895 232 626 or go to our contact page and fill out an enquiry form.

A member of our team will get back to you as soon as possible with answers to your gate automation questions. Alternatively, click the link to visit visit the  Linkcare Gate Automation Blog

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We’re here to support and serve our customers. This includes pre-sales consultation and product specification, technical support and after-sales advice.

It covers our comprehensive reanges of gate automation manufacturer's automatic gate motors or electric automation for any types of gates.

 

Expert Gate Automation Support

Our expert staff provide product support on gate automation installation, safety and troubleshooting issues. We provide independent sales advice to help ensure the correct technical specification for each gate automation installation and to solve gate automation issues on site.

This free service ensures that maximum cost savings and technical support are delivered to support safe, good value electric gate installations.

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Linkcare Gate Automation's well stocked gate automation warehouse ensures next day delivery (for orders taken before 2pm) from our West of London headquarters which also houses a comprehensive test and R&D facility.

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What Are The Different Types of Gate?

Steve Jones 17/09/2018 0
 Driveway gates can be made from a variety of materials in a wide range of designs. They can be swing gates, sliding gates or specialised gates where space is limited. So, here’s a rundown of the options available when considering new gates.  Swing Gates or Sliding Gates? The space ava...
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Steve Jones 17/08/2018 0
 There are a few different technologies that access control equipment at your gates and the handsets and gate releases inside the property use to communicate with each other. Before we describe these, here’s a brief outline of what elements comprise gate automation access control systems and...
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What Are Your Automatic Gate Choices If You Have Limited Space?

Steve Jones 19/07/2018 0
Automatic gates are like any other gates in that they need space to move through as they open and close. Sliding gates slide to one side into space that is longer than their length. Swing gates move through an arc as they open to at least 90 degrees from their closed position. In both...
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Vehicle Detection

Vehicle Detection

Steve Jones 19/06/2018 0
 In gate automation and access control, there are two applications for vehicle detection – egress control to open and close gates, shutters and barriers as a vehicle approaches; and safety to prevent the gates, shutters or barriers closing onto vehicles. So, egress control governs the openin...
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Gate Automation Safety Edge Guide

Steve Jones 31/05/2018 0
 Safety edges are used as the last line of defence in gate automation safety. If all other methods have failed and a moving gate hits a person or object, a safety edge at the point of contact should stop the gates and reverse them for three seconds.  The obvious implication here is that othe...
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