The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) offers a wide range of rapid roll high speed doors suitable for use in food processing, healthcare, leisure, pharmaceutical and research environments.
High standards of cleanliness are required in food manufacturing. High speed doors are suitable for all applications where food safety and cleanliness are crucial.
Strict legislation is enforced on medical facilities and hospitals with regards to frequent usage of doors. Rapid roll high speed doors assist in stopping the spreading of infections in hospitals, operating theatres, intensive care units, patient wards and X-ray rooms.
Doors within leisure centres, swimming pools and sports facilities need to cope with frequent usage while being hygienic at the same time. High speed doors are ideal for such use in leisure facilities as they are able to cope with high levels of traffic, while at the same time being hygienic, smooth and non-absorbent. They are resistant to heavy cleaning agents and are rust resistant in such high moisture environments.
Within pharmaceutical applications, research laboratories and cleanrooms, a high level of clean-ability and hygiene is required. High speed doors do not harbour bacteria, due to the smooth, seamless surfaces and non-porous qualities. They play a role in maintaining correct room pressures and air circulation rates.
For further information on their rapid roll high speed doors contact ATDC toll free from anywhere in Australia on 1800657435 or click here to visit the relevant page on ATDC’s website.
The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC)’s impressive market penetration now includes installing its unique shop closure doors (portable barriers) at numerous Guzman Y Gomez (Guzman) restaurants.
Guzman is an Australian licensed franchise business with over 100 restaurants specialising in Mexican food.It operates throughout Australia,Singapore and Japan having opened its first Australian store in Newtown in Sydney in 2006 and its first in Singapore as recently as 2013.
The photos above show a recent installation at Guzman’s Wetherill Park restaurant in Sydney.In this particular application the shop closure doors are installed to protect the outdoor seating area of the premises.ATDC provided a cost effective solution by installing door closures that are completely trackless (portable barriers) requiring no expensive overhead structure to support the installation.Installed at a height of 2520mm ,the closures are lockable and completely mobile and stored back of house so as not to impede trade during business hours. https://www.trellisdoors.com.au/product/commercial-security/barriers-and-cafe-barriers/fencing-s04-1
ATDC’s closures are sold throughout Australia and are widely exported throughout Southeast Asia. www.trellisdoors.com.au/export/Singapore
For further information on ATDC’s shop closure doors please contact ATDC toll free from anywhere in Australia on 1800657435 or visit ATDC’s website at https://www.trellisdoors.com.au/products/commercial-security/barriers-and-cafe-barriers
The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) recently completed a project to the members bar at the prestigious Cruising Yacht Club of Australia (CYCA) at Sydney’s Rushcutters Bay. The project required the installation of bar closure doors along their curved bar counter top.
The CYCA is one of Australia‘s leading yacht clubs, and is widely reputed as one of the leaders in ocean racing in the country. It is probably best known as the host of the world famous annual Sydney to Hobart yacht race.
Specified by renowned architectural firm Allen Jack + Cottier (AJ + C) ,the project involved installing ATDC’s 300mm wide panel bar closure doors in a black powdercoated finish. Being in a bar environment with the prevalence of alcohol and food a fully perforated mesh infill was specified for the bar counter door curtain for ventilation purposes. ATDC’s up/down locking mechanisms assisted in achieving seamless lock up for the customer which also required the ability to gain entry to the bar area without the need for opening up the entire door.For further technical information on these doors visit https://www.trellisdoors.com.au/products/commercial-security/folding-doors-and-shop-doors
Project managers for the job was St Leonards based Belmadar Constructions.
For further information on ATDC’s premium grade closure doors visit their website at https://www.trellisdoors.com.au/product/commercial-security/folding-doors-and-shop-doors/fc1-folding-closures or contact ATDC toll free on 1800657435 from anywhere in Australia.
The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) had a significant share of the work supplying and installing a wide variety of its range of shopfront closures at the recently opened redevelopment to Westfield Coomera near QLD’s Gold Coast.
Westfield Coomera is a $470m development and is Scentre Group’s first Greenfield development.It is a joint venture with QICGRE.The project spans in excess of 59 000 square metres and will offer 140 specialty retails stores once completed.
ATDC’s shopfront closures were specified across many of the specialty stores throughout the shopping centre by the Westfield Design team and ATDC will individually feature some of these unique projects in a series of news releases over the upcoming weeks.
Some examples of the different types of doors installed on these specialty retail shopfronts included ATDC’S FC1 Folding Closures,S08 curved trellis Doors,S06 straight line trellis doors,S04-1 trackless barriers as well as the S07-2 side-by-side space minimizing closures.
Pictured is a photograph of an installation at Elite Supplements.The Project Architect was Kevin Snell Architects and the project manager for the job was Jeff Graham.
An assortment of photographs of different ATDC retail closure installations at Coomera is also shown.
For further information on ATDC’s full range of shopfront closure doors see their website at https://www.trellisdoors.com.au/products/commercial-security or contact ATDC toll free from ajnywhere in Australia on 1800657435.