Beverage Wholesalers Use Rapid Roll High Speed Doors for Safety and Energy Efficiency

The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) offers a wide range of rapid roll high speed doors suitable for use in cold and dry storage environments and wholesale operations.  In order to operate efficiently, beverage wholesalers require their premises to have effective refrigeration, energy efficiency, safety and air control.

Rapid Roll High speed doors are able to operate at fast cycles to maximise productivity, safety and energy efficiency.  They have an added advantage over swinging/hinging doors allowing pressure, temperature control and energy use to be maintained.

What’s more, certain rapid roll high speed doors can withstand impact from e.g. forklifts, meaning that if a forklift drives into these doors, they can reload themselves back into their tracks and continue operating as normal.  This minimises costly maintenance and prevents a situation where goods need to be temporarily relocated to suitable temperature rooms.

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.


Australian Trellis Door CO (ATDC) is proud of its involvement in supplying many of their latest  2018  design shopfront door closures at this new QLD Shopping Centre.  This is the second in a series of 3 press releases on these projects at this shopping centre redevelopment.

Pictured is an installation for Sunlit Asian Supermarket which is a leading and rapidly expanding  Queensland based Asian grocery brand.The doors were specified by Blackbox Retail Projects and the project managers were Burleigh Heads based O’Flynn Builders.

This was one of a number of projects at this site which incorporated an  innovative  door stack storage  minimizing technique (termed the S07-2 side-by-side) which involves a parallel  top track arrangement. This  has the effect of reducing the side compaction of the door closure to as tight as 8% of the opening span being secured which is just a fraction of the daylight opening width.And with the use of multiple  intermediate up/down locking mechanisms a seamless lock up solution is provided.

Numerous tenancies at this site also incorporated the parallel top track arrangement in a curved configuration which enabled the door closures to traverse tight radius curves,S-bend curves  and even angular shaped openings.

For further information on ATDC’s latest designs in commercial door closures visit their site on  or contact them toll free on 1800657435 from anywhere in Australia.


The Australian Trellis Door Company’s ( ATDC) smart folding closure doors were recently installed to secure the new retail premises of a gift shop at Geelong University Hospital’s recent upgrade of its Bellerine Centre.

The architects on the project were  Baade Harbour Australia Pty Ltd (BHA) and the project managers were  Geelong based St Ferrer Building Contractors.

ATDC’s FC1 300mm wide panel  folding closure door was the product specified by BHA.The door was specified with natural anodised aluminium extruded frames  and  polycarbonate infills to provide maximum through vision.Seamless lock up is achieved by the inclusion of intermediate up/down locking mechanisms and the door traverses a very tight radius 90 degree turn at one end  as it  folds back and retracts to a joinery storage cupboard at one end of the premises.For further technical information visit ATDC’s website at .

ATDC’s FC1 folding closure door has been specified at other university projects across Australia including at ANU’s Hancock Library as well as Melbourne University Library at Southbank.

For further information contact ATDC toll free from anywhere in Australia on 1800657435 or visit ATDC’s website at


The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) has installed its pedestrian barriers for access control at Olympic Park Railway Station at the  Sydney suburb of  Homebush.

Project managers for the installation were Leichardt based Ultra Building Works Pty Ltd.

Installed at the top of an access stairwell on the main railway platform these barriers perform a vital access control function to prevent after hour access as well as being used for regulating human traffic flow during peak periods.

ATDC’s barriers are tailor made for such locations having  been OH+S tested for safe operation which is always  a vital concern in locations where there are high volumes of pedestrian foot traffic .The barriers  can also  be fitted with keyless locking for quick egress  where required in cases of emergency.Other special features of these pedestrian barriers include the option (where specified) for preventing persons from climbing over the barriers by introducing  a double diamond mesh infill which prevents a human gaining a foothold on the gate to attempt to climb the barrier.These unique safety features have made ATDC’s pedestrian barriers the gates of choice for  numerous high profile government projects and public and infrastructure projects across Australia.One such high profile project was at Sydney’s Barrangaroo Ferry Terminal.For further information on this project refer to ATDC’s website at

For further information contact ATDC toll free from any location in Australia on 1800657435 or visit their website at


The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) has installed multiple curved trellis security doors for numerous tenancies within the Market Hall in Yagan Square, a Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority (MRA) redevelopment project in the heart of Perth’s CBD.

Yagan Square is a landmark civic space situated within Perth City Link and between the city’s major transport hubs. Yagan Square is a unique place infused with local flavour and Aboriginal culture that inspires people to meet, connect and celebrate.

Specified by Maddison Architects, these curved security doors utilize multiple intermediate up/down locking mechanisms to achieve a seamless lock up for the tenants without the need for any floor track to secure the tenancies. Finished in a special Interpon Dulux Matt Black Ace Powdercoated finish, these doors turn on a 90 degree angle through a 600mm radius curve. Further information on ATDC’s curved trellis security doors can be found at

The Head Contractor for the project was Subiaco based Doric Group.

For further information on ATDC’s full range of commercial security doors contact ATDC toll free on 1800657435 from anywhere in Australia or visit their website at


The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC)  recently installed its quality commercial grade stackable doors to a large commercial and retail project at South Village, Kirrawee in Sydney’s Sutherland Shire.

Specified by architectural firm Turner Studio out of Darlinghurst,Sydney ,the project involved installing  ATDC’s  300mm stackable doors which were finished in a special Interpon Charcoal Matt powdercoat.These perforated mesh infill  doors covered two  shopping centre entries at the South Village project and covered very large expanses in excess of 15m wide x 4m high.Special emergency breakout doors were incorporated within the doors for BCA egress compliance. ATDC’s unique up/down locking mechanisms assisted in achieving seamless lock up for the customer and alleviated the need for any floor track to achieve lock up.For further technical information on these doors visit

Project managers for the job was Redfern based Deicorp.

For additional technical and product  information on ATDC’s  stackable doors  visit their website at or contact ATDC toll free on 1800657435.