A simple, but highly effective retractable design, Turtlegate expandable gate barriers have quickly gained their place as the portable barrier option which offers the ultimate in easy manoeuvrability and rapid-installation for both indoor or outdoor use. They’re also proving to be particularly suitable as pedestrian barriers across a range of settings and tasks.

Key features

  • Quick, efficient installation
  • Fully retractable for convenient storage
  • Available in two height options
  • Suitable for indoor or outdoor barrier deployment
  • Permanent or temporary fixture options
  • Non-scratch rubber wheels, ideal for indoor surfaces
  • Easy-wheel, stand-alone deployment
  • Fully interlocking connection
  • Robust aluminium alloy construction
  • Alligator locking

Barrier features

Available in two size options, each single barrier has six rubber wheels, two wheel locks and two interconnecting locks. With its accordion-like design, each barrier expands to create a wide run which contracts after use, for easy removal and storage.

The Turtlegate barrier design is of a surprisingly sturdy but lightweight aluminium alloy construction with durable powder coated finish. Barriers come with a choice of standard or customised colour options, guaranteed not to rust, peel or crack.

Specifications

There are two height options, with plenty of width flexibility thanks to the expanding design of the barrier.

At a glance:

1.3 m 1.8 m
Expanded: 2100 mm 2100 mm
Closed: 430 mm 430 mm
Height: 1300 mm 1800 mm
Width: 600 mm 600 mm
Weight: 26.3 kg 34.9 kg

 

Full specification sheet

Safety and security

Each individual Turtlegate is extendable and can stand alone, but offers full connectivity using the interconnecting alligator locks, which secure barriers together to achieve continuous boundary runs.

Once barriers are connected, they can be locked into place as required, and can be opened or closed using a universal key.

Versatile and portable

Turtlegate barriers can be used indoors or out – the aluminium powder-coated construction means no rusting or peeling when exposed to the weather outside, whilst the rubber wheels mean there’s no scratching to damage indoor floor surfaces.

The aluminium alloy construction means the Turtle Gate barrier is lightweight to manoeuvre yet is robust once in situ. The multi-wheel system means each gate can be easily moved by one person for setting up: each barrier can be wheeled into position – either flat on the six wheels or tilted on two.

This durable design and construction means Turtlegates don’t just perform well once in place: they also have a long working life, being fully reusable across a range of events or security needs. The expandable and connective design of Turtlegates mean they have plenty of options for use – from securing a single parking space or driveway, to creating complete perimeter boundaries at events and access points.

Read more about ways to use Turtlegates for security and barrier solutions on our Knowledge Base.

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