Stacking Sliding Doors
The Australian Trellis Door Co’s (ATDC) stackable doors are proving increasingly popular for internal applications in airports, shopping centres and commercial buildings (Folding Closures). The most common infill material is polycarbonate although perforated mesh is also used where ventilation is required. More recently ATDC has met the requirements for glass infills at Melbourne’s new Emporium shopping centre which is a Colonial First State Retail Trust development being built by Grocon, Australia’s largest privately owned construction company. Other infill options for these stackable doors include a grille type brick pattern design.
ATDC’s stackable doors are able to span an unlimited width without the need for any removable mullions. They are proving increasingly popular not only for their nil headroom requirement but also as a preferred alternative to roller shutters which tend to be more of an OH+S problem for staff to operate particularly on the larger size openings.
ATDC’s stackable doors are now sold in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Canberra and Newcastle, and also available in all regional cities and towns across the country.