How to Specify an Electric Gate

Jacksons has created a guide on how to specify an electric gate. The guide explains to architects and specifiers what to consider when specifying an automated gate. 

It is vital that the completed installation meets with current safety legislation, specifically the EU Machinery directive 98/37/EC and 2006/42/EC, both for your peace of mind and avoid possible costly litigation. 

 Download our guide on how to specify an electric gate below

How to Specify an Electric Gate

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