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Alley Control Frame or Gate – HD
The Alley Control Frame and Gates include the frame with pins and clips (no posts required) to help maintain the width of a single animal alley. They are made of 2″, 13 gauge steel just like all of our heavy duty equipment to last generations.
The frame has a 6″8′ clearance and is available in 32 inch or 38 inch lengths
Corral Gates – HD
2W’s line of Heavy Duty Corral Gates are constructed for high pressure areas. This series of equipment is made out of 2″, 13 gauge steel, is saddle welded and there is a 9 3/8″ spacing between rails.
Our heavy duty corral gates come in 3 different sizes to accommodate your operation.
- The 400 Series Corral gates are 5 feet high (mounted) with 5 rails
- The 500 Series Corral gates are 6 feet high (mounted) with 6 rails
** 500 Series also come in 6 feet high (mounted) with 8 rails
- The 600 Series Corral gates are 7 feet high (mounted) with 7 rails making it an ideal height for Bison.
**Gates are 6 inches shorter to fill the opening once mounted.
Gate Panel – HD
2W’s line of Heavy Duty Gate Panels are constructed for high pressure areas. This series of equipment is made out of 2″, 13 gauge steel, is saddle welded and there is a 9 3/8″ spacing between rails. These heavy duty gate panels come with a 4 foot gate opening.
The 500 series is our standard option which mounts at 6 feet high and has 6 rails. Heavy duty gate panels are also available in 400 and 600 series.
High Pole/Bow Gate – HD
2W’s line of Heavy Duty High Pole Gates are constructed for high pressure areas. This series of equipment is made out of 2″ x 4 5/8”, 13 gauge steel, is saddle welded and there is a 9 3/8″ spacing between rails. These heavy duty high pole gates mount onto separate posts.
These high pole gates are available in 2 heights:
7’8″ high and a 7′ 3″ clearance 9’6″ high and a 9’1” clearance
Panels – HD
Our Heavy Duty Panels are constructed to last. Years of proven durability and applications include ranches, feedlots, rodeos and auction markets. These panels offer a diverse range of livestock applications including cattle, buffalo and horses.
These panels are great for any high pressure areas your animals are in. This series of equipment is made out of 2″, 13 gauge steel, is saddle welded and there is a 9 3/8″ spacing between rails.
These heavy duty panels mount onto separate posts for increased stability and to give you the ability to create multiple pens or use spreader posts/bars to create your ideal system. Posts are available in 2-way, 3-way and 4-way.
Post Mounting Options
Wall mounting brackets are flat iron with pins and clips that can be used to attach equipment to walls or wood posts. There are both male and female options to fit any design.
Panel mounting brackets are angle iron with pins and clips to attach equipment where there is no post. There are both male and female options to fit any design.
Posts – HD
2W’s Heavy Duty Posts are steel posts with pins and clips to hook up any of your heavy duty equipment together. The benefit of using posts versus self connecting panels is the flexibility it creates when building more pens. The posts also can create more stability to your design and provides the opportunity to decide whether it is best to put spreader bars and posts.
Posts are made out of 2 3/8″ pipe. Please visit the Training Portal for a PDF of the spaces between each post hookups.
2W Posts are available in all series including our medium duty as 2-way, 3-way or 4-way posts. Adapter posts are available upon request to convert from one series to the next.
Spreader Bars and Spreader Posts
The Spreader Bar is essential for alley stabilization and maintaining the desired width in back pen or alley systems. It is recommended to have two, one on top of the spreader post and one on the bottom of the spreader post for optimal stability.
The Spreader Bar is designed to sit over &/or under the Spreader Posts for easy installation.
We have two heights of Spreader Posts available, 7’8″ and 9’6″, to attach to your Spreader Bars to accommodate horseback riders or people on foot.