SUB E Hydraulic Underground Operator for Gates up to 2.5m, Non-Locking(230v)
The Sub E is a 230v underground hydraulic operator for very intensive use. It is suitable for any most types of residential, industrial or multi-residence environments. It is capable of automating swing gate leafs up to 2.5 metres wide and weighing up to 800 kg. The Sub E is non-locking and requires a physical locking device.
|Gate leaf length||2.5m|
|Cycle time (through 90°)||24 sec|
|Impact reaction||hydraulic clutch|
|Frequency of use||very intensive|
|Lock required||electric lock required|
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