The DICTATOR ADAPT-A-GATE "no slam" closer is the ideal pedestrian gate closing system. As its name suggests, the Dictator ADAPT-A-GATE will fit most gates and transform them into quiet, safe operating units.
Dictator ADAPT-A-GATE closers fit to vertical bar, bow top, wrought iron, timber, and most other types of gates. When producing steel gates, the gate closer can be welded to the gate. Fitting on a retrofit basis the closer simply bolts to the gate. The same goes for the gatepost brackets.
With up to 180 degrees of opening
(depending upon hinge configuration), high corrosion resistance, and don't forget its vandal resistant qualities, everyone appreciates this closer for its outstanding performance.
If you are not satisfied with your purchase, please contact us by phone. Personalized or other customized product may not be returned for refund or exchange under any circumstances unless stated otherwise during time of purchase.
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*Please note there is a 15% restocking charge for returns*
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