Pedestrian Gate Assembly Guide
STEP ONE - HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT OF GATE FRAME
Using an aluminium saw, cut the gate side frames with slotted spacer infills and outer infills to the required height. Gates are pre-made at 1797mm high but can be adjusted as required. NOTE: Side frame heights are governed by the slotted spacer.
STEP TWO - WIDTH ADJUSTMENT OF SLATS
Gates are pre-made at 1000mm wide “Overall Gate Width” (outer edge of gate frame to outer edge of gate frame). If a narrower width is required, refer to below:
Using an aluminium saw, cut all slats and gate slats to suit the required overall gate width. If height of gate is reduced, count how many slat spaces are required to fit that height. Note that you must always use 4x gate slats to make a gate.
On a flat protected surface, lay 1x gate side frame with slotted spacer infill rest against a stop and tap slats into place.
GATE SLAT POSITIONING:
- 2x at top of the gate
- 1x at the middle of gate
- 1x at bottom of gate (see exploded view on next page)
Even if gate height is reduced, always ensure 4x gate slats are used.
Engage the second gate side frame to the slats and the top frame until all the slats are fully engaged. TIP: Start at one end and work slats in from one end to the other.
Check measure diagonals to ensure the gate is square.
Screw all gate slats (4 screws per slat).
Snap the 2x outer infills into position to hide screw heads.
Insert top caps into side frames.