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Cinder Block "GATES"


Two Kinds Of Gates:
  "Swing" On Pipe over Pipe. 7' Long X 6'High.
  "Rooling" on 4" V Wheels (8)& 1" Angle. Welded on 8" Channel. 10'Long X 6'High.
Any Blue Prints out there?


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I doudt there are any stock plans out there.

What do you want to use to face the frame?
Is the CMU grouted solid(concrete filled) at the opening?
What are you thinking about as far as latching (lockable)?
Is this for a permit, or just for your use to fabricate?

I can probably draw you up something on AutoCAD and get it to you in a PDF format if you're not in a real big hurry (kinda swamped at work right now).

Let me know.



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  I don't know exactly what kind of polling gate you are looking for, but here is a link to some pdf prints that you might be able to get some ideas from

http://www.tymetal.com/2007pdf/7a_Standard_Overhead%20Slide%20Model%20(1).pdf

http://www.hooverfence.com/catalog/cpage50.htm

-- Edited by Bad Rat at 22:44, 2008-06-11

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Thanks for the Drawings... They reminded me that I will Need A Top Support On The Swing Gate.
  The Inside Pipe Will Need To Be Buried in Cement 4' Deep & 2' Diameter. & Total of 10' Long, The Outer Pipe, 6' With an End Cap On.
   I Have Some Ideas as Prints, But I'm Looking for something that has been done before!
 I Will Try to Scan them & Put them in with my Pictures, maby I'l be able to formate them for transfering. ( Lot to learn...) 


-- Edited by AmericanPackMule at 01:14, 2008-06-12

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What do you want to use to face the frame?
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I Plan on Setting the Block on 3'' X 8" X 1/2" Channel 11' Long. With Rebar welded through each Hole. Than Filled With Cement. & 1/8" X 4" Long X 4"Wide, 1/2" Holes For the Axles. For the 6" V Groved Wheels =    =    =    =   2X2 every 3'.
 Riding in 1/2" Angle Iron {Welded 2 points down}   ( ^ ) On A 3"X 8" X 20' Web Down And 6" Re Bar Welded For the 6" [Cement Base, 10" X 6" X 20']
 I Wonder what the Gate will Weigh?

-- Edited by AmericanPackMule at 01:34, 2008-06-12

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   wonder what the gate will weigh? " A LOT"  What the hell are you building .. a fortress??biggrin

-- Edited by Bad Rat at 03:04, 2008-06-12

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No not a fortress. Just wanting the Brick Walls, Appearance to continue...

I have been trying to Post My Drawings, But I Can't.



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