|Bonneted Gates (150k) |
Designed for precise flow control and
high head applications (to 500’). Normally used for
regulating flow through the outlet works of dams,
bonneted gates are essentially a completely enclosed
slide gate that is manufactured to be embedded (except
for the actuator) in concrete.
Gates (225k) |
Designed as a cost-effective method for
dewatering channels, bulkhead gates are custom designed
for specific applications. Resilient seal available if
low leakage is a requirement.
designed and manufactured gates to alleviate habitat
Pelican®) (400k) |
Level or flow control
gates to create impoundments in waterways, or to
increase dam crests.
|Jet Flow Gates (162K) |
High head energy
dissipation for free discharge. Excellent flow
regulation with minimum vibration and cavitation.
for water control in locks and dams.
gates used where headroom is a problem.
Gates (155k) |
For larger openings (or in high head
applications), fabricated roller gates control flow and
reduce operating loads. Emergency (gravity) closure,
with manual or power operation.
gate for flow control in locks and dams.
Gates (365k) |
Aluminum or stainless steel for open
channel flow control.
Available in universal frame, integral frame,
self-contained, and Glydaseal designs, the Rodney Hunt
sluice gate has gained international acceptance in the
water control field.
Anatomy of a Sluice Gate
Glydaseal Sluice Gates (570k)
Logs (165k) |
Used for level and flow control in open
channel flow, extruded aluminum stop logs provide long
life and easy handling. Resilient seal available if low
leakage is a requirement.
Gates (200k) |
Designed for spillway or open channel
flow control, tainter gates are normally used to control
the flow of water or wastewater over a dam or drainage
structure to provide a wide and unobstructed opening. A
variety of “designed-in” and field adjustment
Gates (239k) |
with unique corrosion-resistant properties.
Plate Regulators (83k) |
Regulates combined sewer flows in
sewage interceptor lines.
|Velocity Control Gates|
Used in screening channels to divide
flow between channels or reduce velocity through trash
screens or racks.