Which Electric Gate Motors Do You Need?

Would you like to learn more about Electric Gate Motors and Garage Door Automation? If this is the case you should turn to the Internet for more information. Gate motors are electric motors or pneumatic actuators and the differences are in the way they operate.

We should start by saying that the most common types of Electric Gate Motors are articulated arm gate motors, underground gate motors and ram gate motors. Articulated motors have an output shaft that emerges vertically from the base of the gate moor housing. Underground motors, as the name suggests are mounted below the surface of the drive and they are very popular because they are considered unobtrusive and they have near invisible designs. Moving on to ram gate motors, we should mention that they have a ram mounted outside. Articulated motors should not be used in places where there are restrictions behind the post. Nonetheless, they are suitable for places where the geometry would be difficult to get spot on. Ram motors are slim, being suitable for slimmer pillars while wheel motors work well on sloping drives.

You get to decide what type of Garage Door Automation and how much money you have available for your automation project. If you want the finest system and you do not want to make any compromises as far as money is concerned, you should invest in a first-class system that s designed to withstand the test of time. When it comes to garage door automation the only limit is your budget. You should take the time to become familiar with your options, to see what is available out there so that you can make an informed purchase.

Resource box: It is our pleasure to offer our customers a variety of Electric Gate Motors of superior quality. We take great pride in our Garage Door Automation products.


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