911 Pin-Lock™

Gates across Fire Lanes typically falls under the control of the local fire marshal. Though they may require a wide variety of methods to access the gate, ultimately they will require an manual release.

The problem gate operator installers encounter is how do you insert a 3/8 inch or 7/16 inch padlock shank like a Knox Padlock through a 1/2 inch bolt.

The 911 Pin-Lock was designed to solve the problem of securing these padlock shank to the bolt that is used to attach most swing gate operator arms to the gate.

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The 911 Pin-Lock has two components, the Pin and the Block. The pin is inserted up through the gate bracket and the gate operator arm. The groove in the pin aligns with the padlock hole when the block is placed over the pin.

Inserting the Knox padlock through the large hole in the 911 Pin-Lock engages the groove in the pin thus securing the pin.

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These simple steps solve the problems encountered when trying to secure a gate arm with a Knox Padlock.

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Insert the pin up through the gate bracket and the gate operator arm.

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Place the 911 Pin-Lock block on top of the Pin.

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Insert the Knox Padlock through the hole in the block, engaging the pin.

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Lock the padlock, thereby securing the Gate Operator arm to the Gate.

911 Pin-Lock works with Elite CSW200's, Elite CSW24, HySecurity SwingSmart, DoorKing, Viking, US Automatic Patriot, Apollo, Linear, Eagle and any other swing gate operator that uses a 1/2" bolt to attach the arm to the gate.

© ROBERT COFFMAN 2020 - robert coffman@911pinlock.com