Videos

Intratone GSM Access Control Devices

With so many access control systems available, it is difficult to find a cost effective yet comprehensive solution to your door entry requirements.

Intratone offer a unique solution in the form of GSM programmable devices with multi-functional online platforms. Enabling you to fully customise your installation requirements.

The following video will show three system options with some of the key benefits of each kit.

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Is your Gate System Safe?

A quick overview to help identify whether your current or future automatic swing gate installation is safe, and maintained correctly.

It is estimated that only about 30% of the automated gates in the UK are installed to regulation standards. Importantly, this may mean that many gates in the UK could be potentially dangerous.

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The EasyGates Guide to the DHF TS 011:2016 Code of Practice

As of 22nd June 2016, the Door & Hardware Federation trade body that represents the UK gate & door industry has released a new code of practice. Several key elements of this code of practice have been designed to demystify complex standards and make things clearer for installers & maintainers of gates and barriers to understand.

We have released a compilation of our 4 video guides to compliment the new simplified methods in the DHF TS 011:2016 code of practice.

Learn how to:
  • Force test gates and barriers.
  • Evaluate swing gate lower rail hazards.
  • Evaluate swing gate hinge gap hazards.
  • Avoid Sliding Gate portal area hazards.
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How to Evaluate & Secure Sliding Gate Portal Areas - DHF TS 011:2016

As of 22nd June 2016, the Door & Hardware Federation trade body that represents the UK gate & door industry has released a new code of practice. Several key elements of this code of practice have been designed to demystify complex standards and make things clearer for installers & maintainers of gates and barriers to understand.

One area clarified, safety tests in the sliding gate portal area, in the following animations we will explain in simple terms how to carry out these tests in line with the code of practice.

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How to Secure Electric Swing Gate Hinge Gaps - DHF TS 011:2016

As of 22nd June 2016, the DHF (Door & Hardware Federation) trade body that represents the UK gate & door industry has released a new code of practice. Several key elements of this code of practice have been designed to demystify complex standards and make things clearer for installers & maintainers of gates and barriers to understand.

One area of clarifications is the definition of swing/bi-fold hinge area crush or shearing hazards. This area has always been or concern when addressing safety requirements as the current BS EN standards did not define clearly any parameters.

The DHF TS011:2016 code of practice now provides some simple guidance regarding this dangerous hazard.

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How to Evaluate Swing Gate Lower Rail Hazards - DHF TS 011:2016

As of 22nd June 2016, the Door & Hardware Federation trade body that represents the UK gate & door industry has released a new code of practice. Several key elements of this code of practice have been designed to demystify complex standards and make things clearer for installers & maintainers of gates and barriers to understand.

One area clarified is the definition of lower rail crush or impact hazards on swing gates. This area has always been a concern when addressing safety requirements, as the current BS EN standards did not clearly define any parameters.

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How to Force Test Gates & Barriers - DHF TS 011:2016

As of 22nd June 2016, the Door & Hardware Federation trade body that represents the UK gate & door industry has released a new code of practice. Several key elements of this code of practice have been designed to demystify complex standards and make things clearer for installers & maintainers of gates and barriers to understand.

One of these topics is force testing of gates and barriers, in the following animations we will explain in simple terms how to carry out these tests in line with the code of practice.

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Improving Gate Safety Using the Nice OVIEW

The Nice OVIEW programming tool is a useful piece of hardware that can be connected to your automated gate systems, and used to adjust system settings and control functions.

In this guide, we will walk you through three situations where the view programming tool can be used to improve safety results.

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Automated Safety Solutions - SENTIR Edge GE F85/65

In a previous video focusing on avoiding shearing gaps and drawing-in risks on powered sliding gates, we showed you a brief glimpse of a new safety edge option. Thanks to some cleaver thinking ASO have come up with the F85/65.

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Introducing the IntraGSM Kit

By using GPRS technology and online software, the IntraGSM system gives you direct access to programme remotes, proximity tags and even mobile phone entry from wherever you are in the world.

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Avoiding Whole Body Access in Sliding Gates

Information regarding Gate Safety legislation, specifically regarding drawing-in risk on Powered Sliding Gates.

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ASO Plug'N'Sense System Assembly Guide

Welcome to the ASO Plug 'N' Sense System assembly guide.

In this video we’re going to show you in under two minutes, how quick and easy it is to assemble your safety edges.

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KMG-Lite Force Testing Training Video

The EasyGates LTD guide to the KMG-Lite Force Testing tool

We’ll take you through the basics of the tool all the way to using the tool to take readings from a gate, and everything in between.

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