Providing a convenient method of entering without raising the shutter.
Covering Kent, London, Sussex and Surrey, Lotinga provides professional advice as to whether wicket gates are the best option for your openings.
If there is no other access into the building, a wicket door provides a more convenient method of entering without having to raise the shutter each time.
When installed within a Roller Shutter Door, the wicket does not roll up; you must push the gate back in order for the shutter to operate.
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How It Works
Roller Shutter Integral Door
The Wicket Gate within a Roller Shutter Door cannot be lifted with the door, instead, these steps must be followed:
- Release the top and bottom internal levers to release the securing flap.
- Pull door and frame back towards the wall.
- If the door is electrially operated, the gate MUST engage with the safety interlock switch (see below)
- You are left with a hole in the curtain and the shutter can then be raised.
- To avoid damage to the shutter, DO NOT attempted to raise it whilst the wicket gate is in place.
How It Works
Sectional Overhead Door Integral Door
Unlike a roller shutter; wicket gates within Sectional Overhead Doors are designed to raise together; but, you must ensure the gate is securely closed before attempting operation.
If your opening is an emergency exit, these integral pass doors can also be installed with a panic bar.
Two Sizes Are Available:
Standard Size: 550mm wide x 1650mm high
Euro Size: 750mm wide x 1875mm high
Unsure of the finish you would like? Please refer to our Accessories Page for Finish Options.
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