Locking gate types
Manual locking gate requiring screwing/unscrewing of the barrel to lock/unlock.
Auto-locking gate requiring two distinct actions to open.
Auto-locking gate requiring three distinct actions to open.
Auto-locking gate requiring four distinct operations to open. Force must be maintained throughout or the gate returns to safe (locked).
Same gate action as Kwiklock but the connector is also required to exceed 16kN in minor axis, side load and gate face tests.
Same gate action as Locksafe but the connector is also required to exceed 16kN in minor axis, side load and gate face tests.
|Product Name||Product Code||Dimensions||Weight||MBS (Major Axis)||MBS (Minor Axis)||MBS (Gate Open)||Gate Opening||Certification|
|Captive Eye Alloy Screwgate||A912||77 x 138mm||105g||30kN||24mm||EN362:2004 T|
|Captive Eye Alloy Kwiklock||A913||77 x 138mm||107g||30kN||23mm||EN362:2004 T|
|Captive Eye Alloy Kwiklock ANSI||A913ANSI||77 x 138mm||123g||30kN||16kN||19mm||EN362:2004 T
|Captive Eye Alloy Locksafe||A917||77 x 138mm||108g||30kN||23mm||EN362:2004 T|
|Captive Eye Alloy Locksafe ANSI||A917ANSI||77 x 138mm||125g||30kN||16kN||19mm||EN362:2004 T