MSME's automatic gates and barriers offer both perimeter control and highly effective security in a single package by regulating the entry and exit of vehicles and individuals to a site.
As a one-stop provider of security systems in Derby and the Midlands, our security gates are only one part of the equation. If we deem that your premises would benefit from their installation, your new automatic barriers or gates will be seamlessly integrated with additional or preexisting security measures such as CCTV cameras or access control systems to provide a synchronised approach to site security.
To arrange a free site inspection, consultation with one of our engineers and quotation, please contact us at 01332 492002 or fill out our contact form.
Raising security barriers can be used to manage vehicle access, ensuring that only authorised personnel and vehicles can enter car parks to enhance your site's security and prevent unauthorizing parking, particularly when incorporated with license plate-reading CCTV software.
Ever a tempting target for thieves, your facility's loading docks or bays can be secured with the used of an automatic roll-up door or sliding gate at the entrance of exit to the site.
For enhancing the overall security of a site's perimeter, automatic sliding gates, swing gates and bollards alike serve as visual deterrents for potential trespassers.
CCTV is but one part of our cutting-edge security systems in Derby and the wider Midlands. For fully-integrated modern security solutions, choose MSME. Call us at 01332 492002 to get started.
The benefits of automatic gates and barriers are manifold. Not only do you gain an additional layer of security for your business premises by controlling access, thereby preventing security breaches and trespassing, but they can be used to regulate the flow of authorised flow and pedestrians.
This can minimise the risk of accidents, especially in areas with high traffic or restricted access, as well as creating one-way systems to prevent congestion.
Accounting for the possibility of integrating this with other systems, such as parking management or visitor registration, the advantages that automated gate and barrier systems have over their manual counterparts cannot be denied.
Businesses of all sectors and industries can benefit from the increased security and control that come with automated gates and barriers. These include:
This depends on your exact needs and where they will be installed, by generally speaking you should be looking for a balance of overall safely measures, safety features, durability and ease of both use and integration with your existing access control system.
Yes – Not only is the installation of automatic gate and barrier systems complicated, but they need to be installed in compliance with safety standards and regulations. Our professional installers not only have the experience and expertise to install your new system to the highest possible standards, but the skills to do so quickly and minimise downtime in your business.
Yes, and our experts to help you achieve compliance with the relevant legislation and codes such as UL325 and ASTM F2200.
Yes – Regularly scheduled maintenance is crucial to ensure that your system runs safely and reliably. We recommend scheduling a routine maintenance schedule at least once a year to test individual components, lubricate moving parts and check safety features.
If you should ever require maintenance, repairs or upgrades to one of our custom security systems in Derby or the Midlands, please get in touch with us at 01332 492002.
Yes – Our team are on-hand to answer any questions or concerns you have or provide emergency repairs. Just call us at 01332 492002.
This can vary on make, model, usage and maintenance scheduling. If you adhere to a consistent maintenance plan, however, you can expect your system to last between 10 and 20 years.
Yes – With security being an ever-evolving field, upgrading your automatic gate and barrier system on an as-and-when basis is essential to keep your infrastructure secure. We incorporate this into our aftercare plans, both in the face of emerging security technology and as a remedial response if weaknesses in your security system become apparent.