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Parc PA series

Marantec's PA series barriers are designed with a focus on durability and performance. Thanks to the in part integrated lighting and the many additional possibilities offered by numerous accessories, the barriers are able to meet the strict requirements of the market. In combination with our license plate recognition or a modern access control system, there are practically no limits when it comes to the applications of the barriers.

PA3F

The PA3F impresses with one special feature: Speed! With an opening time of only 1 second and a duty cycle of 50%, it is also suitable for controlling busy lanes at toll booths or on-ramps. At 3.0 m, the maximum barrier width is sufficient for any normal lane. This outstanding performance is made possible by special software.

PA4

With a maximum barrier width of 4.0 m or 5.0 m depending on the type of accessories, the PA4 forms the solid midfield of PA barriers. The performance data speaks for itself. Whether it is opening time or duty cycle, the PA4 is equipped for the most demanding requirements in all respects. The numerous accessories, including the 2-color illumination of the boom and the barrier housing round off what the PA4 has to offer.

PA68

With the PA68, Marantec offers a barrier that meets even the highest requirements with a barrier width of up to 8.0 m. Thanks to the possibility of master-slave installation of 2 barriers, barrier widths of up to 16.0 m can also be realized. Naturally, the PA68 also comes with all the possibilities offered by the extensive accessories of the PA series. In times of rising logistics prices, the modern, in part 2-piece barrier booms allow costs to be optimized in advance, thus ensuring an outstanding price-performance ratio.

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Brochure Parking barrier

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