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Gate warning signs

Create your own gate warning signs with the text and design of your choice, or choose from our pre-designed examples.
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Popular examples of gate warning signs

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Acrylic signs

297 x 210 mm, Acrylic

138.76 NZD

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Brass signs

154 x 43 mm, Brass

50.18 NZD

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Aluminium signs

400 x 150 mm, Aluminium

72.81 NZD

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Plastic signs engraving

160 x 76 mm, Plastic

16.79 NZD

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Information on Gate warning signs

Gate warning signs can be very necessary to give urgent information to passers-by or to drivers. As such these signs need to be relatively large so as to be viewable from afar. It is usually a good idea to include a warning or caution label to the sign depending on the information being given just to grab attention even more.

Yellow, red, orange and black are good colour schemes for this type of sign, all placed on a white background. Graphics can be included for extra information and clarity.

These signs can vary from a simple ‘Keep Gate Closed’ through to a more important ‘Warning Crushing Hazard’ sign. It is also important to state whether a gate is automatic or not, which way the gate will open, how many vehicles can pass through at any one time and whether or not it has an arm which can also cause injury.

On occasion, these signs can also just hold simple information such as guests reporting to reception, keeping gates closed when they are not being used or a simple ‘Approach Slowly’ instruction giving drivers an indication of when the gate will open for them. Whatever the message, the importance here is providing information so that all who are around the gate can be there in a safe manner.