Leda’s expertise in problem solving was called upon again to help a new client resolve a long standing problem with an industrial gate install on their site 2 years ago.
The track sliding gate was operating intermittently caused primarily by the gate’s track corridor concrete footing not set on a level plane. The fitting of permanent tooth racks at incorrect heights strained the motor. In addition the preexisting motor used was under powered due to the incline of the slope where the gate was located. “The client has indicated that they had used 3 separate gate contractors in an attempt to diagnose and fix the problem but none able to successfully address this. They finally contacted us after another Leda client made a recommendation following us resolving the previous client’s gate and bollard problems” indicated Heng Jiang Cheng, Leda’s Technical Manager.
Leda’s technical team was able to recognize the problem and recommended a suitable solution involving the use of a different type of gate motor and different track wheel sizes.