Presentation on theme: "Gate Access for Farmers, Ranchers, and Agricultural Workers With Mobility Limitations 2001 National AgrAbility Training Workshop October 9-12, 2001 Hilton."— Presentation transcript:
Gate Access for Farmers, Ranchers, and Agricultural Workers With Mobility Limitations 2001 National AgrAbility Training Workshop October 9-12, 2001 Hilton Harrisburg & Towers Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Presentation by Brad Marsh, ATP Missouri AgrAbility Project
Gate Access Display Tabletop gate display Co-Line Sure-Latch Two-Way Livestock Gate Latch #R-158-2L Modified latch with extended post and pulleys to allow for remote release.
Post Extension with Pulleys Gate latch post extension Garage door pulleys 3/16 inch nylon cord 4 inch bolt with locknut 2 x 3 x 3/16 inch angle iron
Gate Display Post Extension 2 x 4 wooden post extension Latch release drilled and fitted with split- ring attachment for nylon cord Angle iron shield over pulleys
Modified Sure-Latch Sure Latch Lockable Two- Way Livestock Gate Latch #R-158-2L Residential, commercial or livestock gates with 1 5/8”-2” O.D. round tube Latch releases to allow gate to swing either direction One-handed operation
Credits and Acknowledgements Co-Line Welding, Inc. & Metal Fabrication Gregg Marsh, Eddy’s Ornamental Iron Material is based upon work supported by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service, under special project number 2001-41590-01143