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Blueberry Primary School – FAAC Auto Gates

Blueberry Primary School – FAAC Automatic Gate Installation

Mere UK have just completed and commissioned the vehicle and pedestrian gate entrances at Blueberry primary school in Liverpool.

Two separate ‘Riverdon’ enclosures have been installed to allow the the control equipment of both systems to be local to the gates.

A dedicated distribution board has been installed to allow for dedicated 240v supplies.
Both systems are access controlled by the use bell systems intercoms so access can be gained by deliveries and visitors.

These automatic gates have been designed to not allow pedestrian access so Pedestrians have been diverted away from the automated vehicle entrance by installing a single manual gas closing pedestrian gate entrance.

The vehicle gate has been installed with 2 x FAAC automatic gate operators controlled via a FAAC 455D control panel with exit from the school is obtained by the use of vehicle induction floor loops installed in the secure area.

The pedestrian gate has been installed with entry Evian the bell systems intercom which is secured by the use of a weatherproof maglock and exit from the site is by push button. The pedestrian gates allow have incorporated hold open magnets which are controlled from the main reception to allow the gates to be left open for various times.

An over-ride key switch has been installed to allow both the vehicle and pedestrian gates to be over-ridden.

Mere (UK) are safety trained and Conform to~

  • Machine Directive 2006/42/EEC
  • BS EN12453 – Safety use of power operated doors requirements
  • BS EN12445 – Safety use of power operated doors test methods
  • BS EN12978 – Safety edges
  • BS EN12445 – Force testing

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