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IN2 Access How To video's available on YouTube

We have now started to upload instructional You Tube video's to help configure/amend product settings on our range of safety devices. Shear or crush points that are found on automatic electric sliding gates, swing gates, roller shutter doors, lift tables and machine doors need protecting with a safety edge or safety bumper.  Our Bircher safety edges are manufactured to order at our UK warehouse and comprise of a flexible rubber profile mounted on an aluminium rail with an internal switching strip.  They are constantly monitored using a switching unit that monitors the internal 8k2 resistor by using either a wired...

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Semelia Campbell gate crush death: Man charged

The director of a company which supplied the electric gates in which a six-year-old girl died has been charged with killing her. Semelia Campbell died in June 2010 when she was caught between the rolling gate and a brick post at the flats where she lived off Maine Road in Moss Side. Kriston Kearns, of Offerton Road, Hazel Grove, has been charged with unlawfully killing Semelia by gross negligence. He is due to appear at Manchester Magistrates' Court on 12 March. Semelia had been playing with a friend when she became trapped between the gate and a retaining wall on...

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New Vertigo Wireless Edge System

The New Vertigo Available soon in Semi-Wireless and Hard Wired versions! The first safety edge that will not require impact testing. RIB re-invents the safety edge, designing the very first safety system for automatic gates that prevents impacts. The fact that the vertigo prevents any impact on sliding and swing gates, allows the installer to commission the gate without the compulsory impact test which requires the use of the appropriate force testing equipment. Using the vertigo system also dispenses with the need to install safety edges and associated safety monitoring / signal transmission systems, drastically reducing installation time and costs...

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Fencex 2012

IN2 Access and Control made its debut at the UK’s only dedicated fencing exhibition – Fencex - and found itself in the spotlight with trade delegates. The impressive stand gave an overview of the sophisticated range of products available from IN2Access and put the company on show to the 450 visitors attending the one day show at Stoneleigh Exhibition Park near Coventry. With safety now gaining a high profile in the fencing market, IN2 Access was able to show how its latest easy-to-install products can lift the safety burden from installation contractors. Fencex is held once every two years and...

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Risks to pedestrians from crushing zones on electrically powered gates – 2

Health and Safety Executive – Safety Notice: FOD 7-2010 ( Reproduced under the terms of the Click-Use Licence. What you need to know and do These are the things you need to do if you install or modify electrically powered gates in areas that people have access to. They might also apply to you if you maintain gates. You need the right test equipment to measure closing/opening forces. If you do not have this equipment, you can’t be sure that the gates meet safety standards, then do not install them. When they are opening and closing, the force of the...

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