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  • Thursday, January 11, 2018 2:11:56 AM America/New_York

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    Posted By Amy Benson

    The Industrial Lock for swing gates is made by Locinox, a trusted brand in gate hardware. This lock is available in black or silver and fits gate frames and posts ranging from 3/8” to 3” tubing. The aluminum housing and stainless steel mechanism make this security lock ideal for outdoor applications.

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  • Thursday, December 28, 2017 7:40:11 AM America/New_York

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    Posted By Amy Benson

    When it comes to a child’s safety, don’t choose any gate lock or latch. Choose the MagnaLatch.

    But, why choose the MagnaLatch?

    The MagnaLatch has been rated the world’s #1 child safety latch for over 25 years

    The lift knob is more conveniently shaped and child resistant

    The visible lock indicator shows whether the MagnaLatch is locked or unlocked

    The lock can be rekeyed to match other locks around the property

    The permanent magnet is sealed from the elements

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  • Wednesday, December 13, 2017 9:25:24 AM America/New_York

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    Posted By Amy Benson

     You most likely recognize the SHUT-IT brand as the “badass” hinges of gate hardware.

     Locks4Gates, a division of Architectural Iron Designs, is now offering the Shut-It hinges. Visit locks4gates.com to see what hinge will work for your gate.

     Why choose SHUT-IT hinges?

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  • Tuesday, December 5, 2017 6:54:41 AM America/New_York

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    Posted By Amy Benson

    According to historical scholars, the first hinge dates back to 1600 B.C. and consisted of large stone sockets that acted as pivots to open/close doors. However, the Romans, developed the hinge in such a way, that ordinary people could use them for cabinets, drawers and doors in their own homes. The Romans also placed hinges on their armor for greater mobility. Stronger more powerful hinges were created by the English in the 16th and 17th centuries. These English techniques were brought over to the American colonies and blacksmithing became a popular trade since the need for stronger hardware was growing. In the 1850’s Charles Hager, Hager Hardware, developed the wagon wheel and a hinge for wagon doors. The ball bearing hinge was developed in 1899, and the most common hinge, still used today, the butt hinge, in 1900.*

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  • Friday, November 17, 2017 8:23:00 PM America/New_York

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    Posted in News By Amy Benson

    Chain link lock kit Chain link was first produced by machine in the United Kingdom back in 1844 by Barnard, Bishop & Barnard. Charles Barnard based the chain link pattern form from cloth weaving machines. In 1891, Anchor Post Fence Company bought the rights to this wire-weaving machine and began producing chain link material here in the United States.*

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  • Wednesday, November 30, 2016 1:36:02 AM America/New_York

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    There is nothing like a cool dip in the swimming pool on a hot day. Vacation time is family time and having kids in the pool gives parents time for relaxation and table games. Enjoy your swimming pool time to the fullest but ensure complete safety and security of your children.

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  • Wednesday, September 28, 2016 3:37:15 AM America/New_York

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    Explore the latest in fabrication equipment and learn to use the metal machines to produce marvelous results. The ongoing Oktoberfest Expo by Mid-Atlantic Machinery is the place to be for all metal lovers. If you haven’t registered yet, do it now as the 3-day event lasts only till Sept 29,2016.

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  • Wednesday, February 24, 2016 4:21:04 PM America/New_York

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    Posted in News By Jay Shah

    We will be showcasing a variety of items from our extensive product line including architectural metals and decorative iron components for various applications including wrought iron railings, driveway gates, garden gates, wrought iron fences, window guards, wrought iron furniture and anything else you can imagine. 

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  • Tuesday, January 26, 2016 9:45:18 AM America/New_York

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    Posted in News By Jay Shah

    FenceTech 2016 was held in Nashville, TN from Jan 13th to 15th. Although there was initial skepticism, we felt that it was one of the most well-attended shows in recent history. The show floor was busy all 3 days. All the major exhibitors were there including several new exhibitors.

    The leading buzz during the show was the new UL325 standard for gate operators going into effect in January. In essence, it has to do with enhanced entrapment protection. Here is a short video from Liftmaster that explains it in further detail.

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  • Wednesday, April 22, 2015 9:17:13 AM America/New_York

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    Posted in News By Jay Shah

    After FenceTech, we exhibited at 2 other tradeshows.

    MetalFAB is the annual convention and tradeshow organized by NOMMA. After several years it came back to the Northeast in Valley Forge, PA. This year the excitement and energy was far better than previous years which is a good sign for the entire industry. The show is headed to Greenville, SC for 2016. The venue will accommodate shop demonstrations so promises to be a larger show.

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