Research and Development for Gate Hardware

Research and Development for Gate Hardware

Gatemaster is founded on innovation and design and we take pride in continuing to develop new products (like our new Mortice Hook Lock). But how do we go from idea to a released product? Read about how we go through research and development for gate hardware below....
The Superhinge carries it all

The Superhinge carries it all

Usually when you are dealing with gate and fence panels every day, ‘compact and concise’ are probably not the first words that come to mind. Indeed, loading or unloading a custom-made gate or a stack of panels could be a project on its own. With the Superhinge, Hill...
New Mortice Hook Lock – Security made simple!

New Mortice Hook Lock – Security made simple!

Mortice locks have been around for a long time, dating back to the mid-18th century at least, so it would be fair to say that it is a well-established concept, proven by time itself. No major changes can be done to that concept, right? Not so fast…!  At...
Giving your gates a lead…

Giving your gates a lead…

Giving your gates a lead… Earlier this year, we presented our prototype gate restrainer at the Perimeter Protection 2020 exhibition in Nürnberg – and it was a big success! This restrainer was developed to fulfil the requirements of the DIN EN 12604 regulation to...
Mechanical code lock – or electronic system?

Mechanical code lock – or electronic system?

The Gatemaster mechanical code lock has been out there for a while now and has received some great feedback from happy customers. However, we regularly get the question: what is so good about it, why not use an electronic lock with a code panel? As we offer both an...