- Location: Between Rooms/Hallways, Top of Stairs, Various
- Width: Adjusts to fit 26" - 42" wide
- Mounting: Hardware Mount, Pressure Mount
- Height: 26"
- Material: Plastic
- Color: Ivory-Linen
- Comfortable handle - easy press and release latch locks gate into place
- Wall cups (door sockets) add extra security
- Rounded edges will not pinch
- JPMA and ASTM certified
- Proudly made in the USA
Why does my Supergate no longer stay tight where it is mounted?
Because this is a pressure-mounted gate, the gate requires a great amount of tension to be placed upon the panels to maintain a tight fit when properly installed. When installing the gate, you do not want to start with the panels tightly fitted into your space. You actually may want to have it fit into your space a little bit loosely, with the rubber bumpers lightly brushing the surface on each side. Once you lock the locking handle down into place, it will create the tension/pressure required by bumping the panels out a little bit. If you initially have it placed into the space too tightly, there is nowhere for that tension to go and will result in the plastic cracking or wearing. This can cause the handle, slide and/or gear to break and the gate will no longer hold pressure.
How do I get the hardware out from between the panels of my Supergate?
The best way to remove the hardware and foam is to lay the gate on a flat surface, such as the floor. Extend the top panel out as much as you can. You may need to use your fingers to go through the holes to move the hardware into a position that will allow you to extend the top panel. The plastic webbing is somewhat flexible and has some give permitting you to either lift on the top webbing or push down on the lower webbing. You can do this to create somewhat of an air pocket, allowing the pieces to slide towards the frame of the gate. Once there, you can slide them out.