Gates and Barriers
Gates & Barriers
Total Integrated Solutions Ltd will service your automatic Gates & Barriers in accordance with BS EN 12453.
TIS Automatic Gates & Barrier Maintenance engineers are qualified to work on automatic doors using the Automated Gate/barrier Technician Check List. Automatic Gates & Barriers will be formally inspected for maintenance on a six-monthly basis. Our engineers will carry out the following maintenance procedures.
All maintenance checks will be carried out in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions including the following checks:
- Check general operation of system
- Assess condition of driveway
- Inspect structural state of gate support
- Inspect cable ducts and access where possible
- Inspect condition of gates
- Check gate alignment and ground clearance
- Inspect general condition of hinges, gate stops and other gate furniture
- Grease hinges
- Inspect operators for condition, damage, wear etc.
- Check operator fixings, brackets and geometry
- Assess performance of operators and clutch settings
- Check manual release and locking performance
- Check protection of electrical connections to operators
- Assess Logic, Run, Pause, Leaf Delay and Over-run times
- Carry out electrical inspection
- Inspect isolation and protection of mains power supply
- Check if RCD is present
- Check electrical connections, terminations, and protection
- Check earthing termination
- Check condition and operation of all control equipment
- Check sealing of control box
- Check sealing of photocells and other control equipment
- Clean out foundation boxes and check drainage for under gate operators
- Check and if required, change batteries on Safety Edge and Photocell Transmitters
- Highlight any areas of concern and provide appropriate recommendations
- Check, affix, and date service sticker
All checks will be recorded and entered in a logbook (in accordance with the standard BS EN 12453 Industrial, commercial and garage doors and gates – Safety in use of power operated doors – Requirements and test methods) which is kept onsite. If a fault is found which affects safe operation of the gate or barrier, then the operating equipment will be switched off and the system made safe.