A tracked sliding gate runs on wheels along a grooved steel rail that is buried just below ground level.
A cantilever gate is counterbalanced above the ground, supported by rollers fitted to the bottom of the gate. The advantage of a cantilever gate is that you don't have to keep the track free of leaves - however, cantilever gates are generally more expensive as they require more civil engineering.
The installation of an electric sliding gate system is a little more involved than any other type of electric gate, but once the correct ground track and/or cantilever roller frames are installed, then the installation follows the same format as with other types of electric gates.
Our trained engineers will be more than happy to visit your premises to discuss which system would be the most effective solution for your needs.
Both roller-tracked and cantilever gates can be automated using any of the CAME motors pictured to the right.
Sliding Gate Automation
There are two different types of sliding gate mechanism:
The traditional roller-tracked sliding gate
The traditional cantilever sliding gate