Phoenix Fence manufactures, distributes and professionally installs Commercial and Industrial Grade Chain Link Gates in various styles, heights and specifications. Gates styles include Single Swing, Double Swing, Slide Cantilever and Rolo. We also manufacture Farm Corral Gates / Panels and Pre manufactured Portable Fence Panels (Modular Site Enclosures).
Both or our Edmonton and Calgary operations offer full service production manufacturing of gates and portable panels for Chain Link Fence. We produce numerous stock and special order styles, specs and sizes in Single Swing, Double Swing, Sliding Cantilever and Rolo. All gates frames are available in either a standard Galvanized or “Full Color” Powder Coated Paint finish (Black, White, Brown, Green or Beige). Galvanized or Colored PVC Coated Chain Link Fabric is available to match the gate frame finish. Industrial “Man Gates” (Single Swing) are available with customizable options such as “Panic Enter / Exit Hardware” and “Security Shrouds”. Pre manufactured Portable Fence Panels (Modular Site Enclosures) are available in a variety of sizes and specification.
- Optional on all Gates & Panels:
- Galvanized or Full Color (Black, White, Brown, Green or Beige)
- Commercial (Standard) or Industrial (Heavy) Specification
- Industrial Gates with “Panic Enter / Exit Hardware” and Security Shrouds
- Gate with 3-Strand Barb Wire on Top (BWO)
- Gate with Full Fabric Height (FFH)
Welded Single Swing Gates:
Welded Single Swing gates are the industry standard among fencing professionals due to the strength of an all welded construction and the added security of square corners. Single Swing gates are available for large opening sizes up to 20 feet and to match all fence heights. The standard opening size is 44 inches but any size can be made to fit your needs. Gates (frame, mesh, hardware) are manufactured in five standard colors; Galvanized, Black, White, Brown or Green. Welded gates offer an added degree of enclosure due to the square corner construction that reduces the space between the posts and the bottom gate corners. Functional requirements and site layout should always be considered before selecting your style of gate.
Note that Gate “Opening Size” refers to the distance from inside face to inside face of the gate posts. Gate “Outside Measurement” refers to the dimension from outside edge to outside edge of the gate panel. The difference between the Opening Size and Outside Measurement is the tolerance required for the gate hinge and gate latch dimensions.
Welded Double Gates:
Welded Double Swing Gates are the economical and functional solution for securing larger openings. The two gate panels, which form the double swing gate, allow for less opening space than a long single gate and allow for partial opening if full access is not required. Double Swing gate are available for large opening sizes up to 40 feet (20 feet each side) and to match all fence heights. Gates (frame, mesh, hardware) are manufactured in five standard colors; Galvanized, Black, White, Brown or Green. Double swing gates come with a welded on drop pin and chain for locking the two panels together as well as a foot bolt (cane bolt) to secure one panel into the ground surface. Welded gates offer an added degree of enclosure due to the square corner construction that reduces the space between the posts and the bottom gate corners. Functional requirements and site layout should always be considered before selecting your style of gate.
Rolling gates are primarily used for chain link fences in order to minimize the amount of space used by the gate. These gates slide parallel with the fence line using a track and wheel system. Gate frames are welded and depending on the size may also be braced and trussed. Finish size of gate must be wider than the opening size to account for the rear wheels which are bolted to the gate frame. Gates do not require a wide counterbalance like a cantilever gate. The height of the gate is shorter than the fence to allow for the chosen wheel carrier which is under the gate. Rolling gates use less space than typical swing type gates. The design is simple and incorporates many fittings that simply bolt together making the project possible for a do-it-yourselfer. The lack of a counterbalance on the gate frame makes tight fits possible. Repairs and adjustments are easily done with household tools. Wheel carriers work best on asphalt or concrete driveways. Wheels mounted on heavy gates will wear into asphalt driveways and dig a rut. Rolling gates work best on level surfaces. Rolling gates cannot be automated. The friction of the wheels will destroy an operator. If you either now or later wish to automate a sliding gate, consider using a cantilever gate instead. Functional requirements and site layout should always be considered before selecting your style of gate.