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Turnout Gates - Standard Height
Turnout gates are usually located in the side of a ditch but can also be used as checkgates on small ditches.
Our engineered corners allow you to combine gates and panels to create distribution boxes or other custom installations.
All turnout gates come with 5 ft. of PIP PVC pipe and a 16 gauge galvanized slider.
P.I.P. Plastic Irrigation Pipe is intended for low pressure use. It is not as thick as Sch 40.
Item# Description Price
#8 Standard Turnout Gate for 8" PVC Pipe $125.00
Headwall Dimensions 20" (wide) x 24" (tall)
#10 Standard Turnout Gate for 10" PVC Pipe $145.00
Headwall Dimensions 22" (wide) x 24" (tall)
#12 Standard Turnout Gate for 12" PVC Pipe $165.00
Headwall Dimensions 24" (wide) x 24" (tall)
#15 Standard Turnout Gate for 15" PVC Pipe $220.00
Headwall Dimensions 28" (wide) x 28" (tall)
Do you need a lock on your gate?
We can add a locking bracket to any gate. Add $7. Call/email for details.
We also sell replacement sliders. You need to be certain the height and width will fit your gate because we don't take returns on the sliders.
SLIDE-8 12" x 21" $35
SLIDE-10 14" x 21" $40
SLIDE-12 16" x 21" $45
Turnout Gates - Tall
Tall gates can be used as turnout gates in large ditches (42" deep max.) or combined with panels and other tall gates to create distribution boxes.
Panel prices are on our Price List on the Home Page.
Item# Description Price
#12T Tall Gate for 12" PVC Pipe $240.00
Tall Turnout Gates Headwall Dimensions 24" (wide) x 36" (tall).
If your pipe size is smaller than 12" reducers a available at an additional cost.
We sell gates with a 45 degree angle for your cement lined irrigation ditch. These gates are typically 24" wide by 36" tall. Prices start at $275 and include slider and pipe. Call to order.
Our engineered gates and panels allow you to create an interlocking system to construct distribution boxes with no forms or concrete mixing.
Our system allows you to create a box that exactly matches your needs.
Download the worksheet to determine which gates and panel combinations you need for your box. Call us if you need help determining what you need for your box.
Checkgates are sometimes larger than turnout gates and are typically used to control flow on community ditches.
Checkgates involve more than just a gate as they must span the width of your ditch and allow for erosion control on the downstream side.
Our turnout gates can be easily incorporated into a checkgate and we will help you understand the additional steps needed.
Distribution Box Assembly