Car park barriers are used to control access at the entrance of car parks as well as restricted areas. At Unison Integrated Technology we supply, install and maintain both manual & automatic car park barriers for commercial and industrial clients all over Birmingham, West Midlands and throughout the UK.

Our Car Park Barrier Services

We not only offer the installation of car park barriers but also offer maintenance contracts or emergency repair services and class ourselves as one of the leading barrier specialists with our services stretching further than just barrier systems and we offer bi-folding speed gates, swinging gates and turnstiles.

These security systems are ideal for a wide range of premises including, business & retail parks, schools and supermarkets. Our parking barriers are designed to be durable, reliable and are highly efficient without the need for large amounts of maintenance.

Our services stretch throughout the UK, if you would like to find out more about these services please contact our West Midlands head office on 0121 544 8470 or email to arrange a free site visit or quotation.

Car park barriers can either be manual or automatic and here at Unison, we supply both. To choose which method would be most effective for you, you will need to consider a few factors including the space available, how often access is required and the mix of traffic within the area.

Manual Car Park Barriers

A manual car park barrier is typically used when a car park requires a steady flow of traffic throughout certain times and is closed off at other times. When the manual car park barrier is up, people are free to drive in and when it is down, it remains strong and uncompromising. For example, a free car park that is only open between the hours of 7 am and 7 pm would work best with a manual car park barrier.

Automatic Car Park Barriers

An automatic car park barrier, on the other hand, can be used in a wider variety of locations due to the automated security and access. The automatic car park barrier is used in many diverse scenarios such as controlling the flow of traffic and preventing through traffic but most commonly, these barriers are used for car parks and as a preventative measure for restricted areas.

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