IWA 14: V/7200(N2A)/64/90:7.9
Up to 8000mm
771mm (bottom of the beam)
Steelwork, hot dip galvanised to BS EN ISO 1461. Thicker coatings and powder coatings are available on client request. Right or left handed.
Tested to IWA 14, the Bristorm Bri-Swing Gate was designed to restrict access football stadiums on match-days.
When locked in a closed position the manually operated swing gate will inhibit vehicular access from a nearby ring-road, ultimately stopping them from reaching fans and pedestrians near the stadium.
With a maximum 8m clear span, large vehicles can still pass through so day-to-day operations aren’t disrupted.
The shallow footing means underground services aren’t disturbed making this a cost-effective yet reliable hostile vehicle mitigation solution for the public realm, suitably applied around stadiums, arenas and city centre events.
The Bristorm Bri-Swing Gate can be utilised as a standalone security measure or can be integrated alongside alternative, existing or new fence lines.
Tested the international impact test standard – IWA 14-1, the Bri-Swing Gate has been crash-tested from both directions and can withstand impact from a 7,200 kg vehicle travelling at 64 kph (40mph).
The Bri-Swing Gate has a secure locking mechanism and can be installed left or right-handed; a two-gate arrangement is also possible to span across wide carriageways.