Built to seamlessly open and close during pallet load transfer and drop-off, the impact gate has been designed with forklift operations in mind.
Forklift operators enjoy the minimal effort required to drop off loads when dealing with this Pallet Loading Gate. This durable steel gate is crafted with spring-loaded mechanisms, enabling self-closing operation as pallet loads pass through.
Since no personnel are needed to open the gate by hand, it is highly efficient for the transfer of pallet loads to elevated levels and work zones. With custom sizes available, this Pallet Loading Gate offers a high level of installation flexibility for new or existing facilities.
- Requires horizontal clearance of 6 to 10 feet
- Custom sizes available.
- Single or dual pallet
- 2 or 3 rail options available
- OSHA Safety Yellow Paint Finish
- Free standing mount or rack mounted options
I wanted to make sure that we had complete protection for our exposed edges for all of our employees. We went above and beyond the OSHA requirements and installed Wildeck products that protect the exposed edges, protect our employees and provide the access we need to get materials into our bay.
- Ronald Vincze
Quality Manager, Precision Gears
Mezzanine Safety Gates
Wildeck safety gates are identified as the safest mezzanine gate options available due to their ability to secure the exposed edge along elevated pallet drop areas. When one side of a Wildeck safety gate is opened, the other closes simultaneously, ensuring that a barrier exists between personnel and the edge of the mezzanine when accessing forklift pallet loads.
Mezzanine Pallet Gates
Wildeck pallet gates for mezzanines offer an economic alternative to safety gates without sacrificing product integrity. Choose between self-closing (spring-loaded) designs for applications where pallet flow is required (see finger gate, impact gate), or manually operated gate options for daily use by personnel. Wildeck's manually operated pallet gate options are available with its patented EdgeAlert™ Open Gate Alarm system, to alert personnel when a gate has been inadvertently left open.