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Manual Rising Barriers

Manual Rising Barriers

Manual rising barriers are physical barriers that are manually raised and lowered by a user.

These barriers are typically used to control access to certain areas, such as parking lots or roads.

They are typically made of metal and can be raised and lowered by a lever, crank, or other manual device.

Manual rising barriers are often used in conjunction with other security measures, such as cameras and guards, to provide an extra layer of security and control.

They are available in a variety of sizes, and can be customised to fit any application. The arms of the barrier can be locked in place, providing additional security.

Manual rising barriers are easy to use and maintain. They cab be operated with a simple hand crank, and require minimal maintenance. They are also relatively inexpensive, making then a cost-effective soltuion for controlling areas. With the right installation and maintenance, these barriers can provide reliable access control for many years.

High traffic areas can benefit from rising barriers as they are an ideal way of restricting access to unwanted traffic.

Manual rising barriers like these are ideal for restricting access to car parks by unwanted traffic and pedestrians. This may be the most suitable product if there is a high flow of traffic entering or leaving a specific area.

These systems can also be used for warehouse security, building security, distribution centre security, and retail depot security, where fencing or an automatic system is not necessary or cost-effective.

With the assistance of a counterbalance weight, they can be raised or lowered easily.

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