Use this free downloadable 3-part specification to specify parking control gates by LiftMaster.
A parking gate, also known as a parking barrier or gate arm, is a physical barrier that is used to control the entry and exit of vehicles in and out of a parking lot or garage. It typically consists of a long arm that is attached to a post or wall, which can be raised or lowered to allow or deny access to the parking area.
Why use a parking gate?
- Security: Parking gates help to improve the security of a parking lot or garage by restricting access to authorized vehicles only. This can help prevent unauthorized parking, reduce the risk of theft, and improve the overall safety of the area.
- Traffic Control: Used to control the flow of traffic in and out of a parking area, helping to manage congestion and prevent accidents. This is especially important in busy parking lots and garages, where large volumes of vehicles may be entering and exiting at the same time.
- Access Control: Parking gates can be equipped with a range of access control devices, such as keypads, card readers, and remote controls, which can be used to grant or deny access to specific vehicles or individuals. This can help improve the overall security and organization of the parking area.
- Revenue Generation: Parking gates can be used to collect fees or charges for parking, which can help generate revenue for the owner of the parking area. This is especially important for commercial parking lots and garages, where parking fees may be a significant source of income.
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