Euro 2 Pallas Manual Swing Gates

Robust, versatile, and safe

The Euro 2 is a versatile swing gate that provides round-the-clock security and controlled access to your premises. The 180° swing movement allows the gate to open completely allowing a maximum entrance width of 10 metres for easy passage of vehicles and pedestrians.

Thanks to its tamper-resistant locking system, the Euro 2 offers full security. The large selection of accessories, fills, widths and heights ensure that the Euro 2 gate meets most specific needs, making it ideal for a wide range of locations including commercial buildings, offices, schools, parking garages and sports clubs.

Flexible, always the right solution

Thanks to the unique basic lock – which Heras developed together with a specialist partner – most security requirements can be satisfied with a single type of gate. If the basic lock is not suitable, other types of advanced locks can easily be fitted to the gate. This makes the gate simple to customise for different security needs to suit specific applications requiring a special type of lock.

The wide and varied portfolio of advanced locks, and the ease of replacing a lock, means the Euro 2 swing gate is future-proof. The Euro 2 can be upgraded in minutes to meet expected or changed security needs.

All gates are anti-corrosion treated, being galvanised and powder coated to a choice of BS or RAL colours. Special finishes are available to ensure suitability for harsh environmental conditions.

  • Sealed bearing safety hinges
  • Available in single and double leaf
  • Easily integrated with access control and increased security options
  • Available in various infills (bar, mesh, palisade)
  • Safety edges and photocells fitted as standard

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The European CE Standards for Automated Gate installations are revised and tightened

The safety requirements for CE certification became more stringent from 2022. The main purpose of these more stringent requirements is to increase safety levels and help further reduce the number of accidents in the future.

Heras products apply to the tightened CE-marking. So what is a CE mark? And what do the stricter requirements mean?