Variable Width Swing Gate
With 16″ to 36″ of adjustability, YellowGate’s universal swing gate covers the largest opening distance of any swing gate on the market. To choose your width, simply slide the gate to the desired width and fasten the adjustment bolts on the top and bottom rails. Note: inline mounting covers openings from 19.625” to 36“. Perpendicular mounting covers openings from 16” to 32.625”.
Easy to Install, Adjustable Swing Direction
YellowGate’s universal swing further reduces ordering complexity and allows you to re-purpose gates as required. Changing the direction of a YellowGate’s swing is as simple as changing a few bolts. With other swing gates, changing swing direction requires flipping of parts or mounting positions that restrict installation flexibility. YellowGate opens to a maximum angle of 108 degrees.
Mounts anywhere without additional parts to order
YellowGate’s universal mount installs in minutes using simple hand tools — no cutting, welding or drilling required. The mount can be fixed to walls, square and round tubing, or angle iron in both parallel and perpendicular mounting positions. The universal mount meets any installation requirement, with a single SKU.
Perpendicular mounting places the mount and hinge point outside of the passageway maximizing access width and minimizing dangerous snag potential. This mounting configuration is commonly used with ladders and other narrow openings.
Parallel mounting attaches the mount so the gate handrail and hinge point are aligned. This mounting configuration is often used in large openings.
Stainless hardware and tension adjustment tool Included
Each swing gate includes stainless steel mounting and hardware kit along with a tension adjustment tool to make installation fast and easy.
MEETS ANY INSTALLATION REQUIREMENT, WITH NO ADDITIONAL PARTS REQUIRED.
Ladder Fall Protection, YellowGate’s smallest adjustable range, fits narrow ladder openings, protecting from dangerous falls. YellowGate’s design reduces the risk of operators being retained or tripped at the ladder opening.