What is unique about Wheel-e-gate
Dofygate has taken the mobile aspect of our unique traffic control barrier and moved it on. Our weighted stand intended for situations where the need for traffic control was temporary or where a traffic barrier for hire is needed. It is no longer necessary to separate the arm unit from the stand for transport. The video below demonstrates just how easily it is to set the barrier up making it ideal for hire. Click here for video
- Solar battery power so no wires required
- Remote control from 50m with standard fobs
- Impact protection
- Mobile - relocated in minutes
The Wheel-e-gate was developed primarily for construction sites but has also been taken up where there is an immediate requirement to control traffic but the precise location is not known or may move periodically. Normally used as a traffic barrier for hire but also removes the need to dig holes or install fixings into hard surfaces.
The impact protection clutch is the same as the standard barrier and protects the arm against vehicle impact. Simply pull the arm back into place and access control is back in place. The carbon fibre arms are extremely strong and do not bend so the look of the gate is not harmed buy the occasional accident.
The Wheel-e-Gate cost of hire
This varies according to the unit chosen but a 4.6m pair of units with stands, weights, hi viz and remote control fobs has an initial charge of £180 covering the first week. Thereafter it is £180 p.c.m. Delivery and collection is £45 each way in the UK. Prices are excluding VAT.
For a traffic barrier to hire with remote control this is exceptional value.
The cost of purchase
The Dofygate system is designed by us and assembled here from parts manufactured to our specification by UK based machinists. The electrical control has been developed for maximum efficiency and the PCB manufactured locally. We back our product and take pride in the level of service we offer.
Where Wheelygate is being used now
- Construction sites - controlling access onto site
- Demolition and land reclamation sites - controlling access onto site
- Waste recycling sites - loader driver controls access into his working area
- Distribution facilities - preventing access onto loading areas
- Weighbridges to control entry and speed of entry