Ironmongery for wooden gates
We stock a full range of ironmongery for our wooden gates, now available in packs for ease of selection.
All Ironmongery is available in the packs listed below, available separately, and with or without our gates. (Please contact us for prices)
All packs come complete with screws and bolts for a typical installation with our gates.
Ironmongery pack 1 (for Pedestrian gates/Side access gates) : 1 pair band and gudgeon hinges, one 6” ring latch, one 6” cabin hook and one 8” padbolt.
Ironmongery pack 2 (for Garden gates up to approx 4ft/1220mm high): 1 Pair band and gudgeon hinges and one 6″ Ringlatch.
Ironmongery pack 3 (for Driveway gates) : 2 pair band and gudgeon hinges, one 15” dropbolt, one 6” ring latch, one 6” cabin hook and one 8” padbolt.
Looking for Estate gate ironmongery or something not listed? Please contact us and we’ll see what we can do!
All the ironmongery pictured below is shown in Galvanised, black ironmongery is available – however for longer life we recommend the galvanised.
A – Band & Gudgeon hinges,
B – Padbolt
C – Ringlatch
D – Standard dropbolt
E – Cabin hook
Lockable dropbolts and mortice deadlocks for our gates are also available (not shown above) for more information and pictures please see (both links open in a new window) –
Where do I fit the ironmongery onto the gate
Band & gudgeon hinges – Self explanatory, fits to the hanging stile/s of the gates. Gates taller than 7ft/2130mm require three hinges per gate. Length of hinges is determined by width of each gate leaf.
Dropbolt – Supplied with a pair of gates, fits to the bottom of the non-active gate (i.e. the gate that opens second in the pair) and fastens into the ground to hold the gate closed (you can also use the dropbolt to hold the gate in the open position).
Lockable dropbolt – As above but allows the gate to be locked in the closed position by way of a padlock (not supplied). Gate can only be locked/unlocked from the side the lockable dropbolt is fitted to.
Padbolt – Fits to either the front or rear of the gate and allows locking by way of a padlock (not supplied). The gate can only be unlocked from the side the padbolt is fitted to.
Ringlatch – Allows the gate to be opened/closed from either side (provided it is not locked with either the padlock or deadlock!).
Cabin hook – Used to clip a pedestrian gate open (or the main active gate in a pair of gates).
Five lever deadlock – Used in place of the padbolt, gate can be locked or locked from either side. Once unlocked (by way of a key) the gate is free to swing open. Fits into the edge of the gate.
Oak or Accoya gates?
European oak gates or Accoya gates? Then you will need stainless steel ironmongery as both the Oak and Accoya can react with non-stainless steel ironmongery resulting in staining to your timber and/or ironmongery. Please contact us for stainless steel ironmongery as it is a special order – we do not keep any of it in stock.