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The Caudon® Badger Gate is designed for long-term and repeated-use badger access or exclusion. The gate can be locked both ways, one way or left to swing freely in both directions.
Manufactured from galvanised steel, these gates are designed to last for a long time, whatever the weather, and are robust enough to withstand rough treatment from badgers.
The gate has removable legs which is useful in situations where they are not required. It also means that, during installation, the gate can be positioned where required and then the legs tapped through the framework into the ground without moving the gate. This is particularly handy in locations where the ground is rocky and the legs cannot be fully inserted into the ground. The frame also incorporates twenty fixing holes to tie the gate into the surrounding netting. We also supply packs of Stainless Steel Cable Ties which provide a very secure method of attaching the gate to netting. (Each gate has 20 holes around the frame so will require 20 cable ties).
High Tensile Pegs can also be purchased to secure Badger Netting to the ground.
Please note: A 17mm spanner is required to operate the gate locking mechanism.
* Material: Galvanised Steel
* Dimensions: 400 x 360mm (without legs)
* Weight: 6.5kg
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