ATDC’s wide range of security doors and shutters are being regularly used nationally in Australia to secure the premises of Tattoo Parlours, Spa and Massage Parlours and Beauty therapy Studios.
ATDC specializes in security doors that retract sideways and security shutters that roll upwards. In each case optimum security is provided overnight when the premises are locked and closed however during trading hours the barriers fold out of the way completely (either upwards or sideways) to present an unobstructed customer friendly business. Different locking mechanisms are available across ATDC’s range. Electric operated options are available on request.
The above photograph shows a recently completed project for Great White Tattoo in Kirrawee, NSW .
ATDC is one of a select group of non–Queensland based commercial/industrial door manufacturers licensed to supply and install overhead doors throughout the state of QLD.
ATDC holds the highly prized Queensland Building and Construction Commission licence (QBCC license) which permits companies and individuals to legally carry out building related work with a value exceeding $3300.
The stringent statutory licensing requirements in QLD were originally introduced to promote confidence in the QLD construction industry by ensuring proper building standards and remedies for defective building work and also promoting the safety of both consumers and the general public.
Accordingly, developers, builders, shop and office fitout companies (and the general public at large) should always ensure their contractors are fully licensed in QLD prior to engaging them.
ATDC’s license is in the class of Non-structural Metal fabrication and Installation.
For further information on The Australian Trellis Door company visit their website on www.trellisdoors.com.au or contact them toll free from anywhere in Australia on 1800657435.
ATDC’s recent installation of 100 lineal metres of portable barriers for Westpoint Growers had some potential hazards which had to be overcome prior to any works being carried out.
On the instructions of management at the QIC owned Westpoint Blacktown, ATDC arranged for an external contractor to scan below the concrete floor surface for potential Reo or conduit lying just beneath the finished floor. This was a potential hazard given that ATDC were required to drill into the floor at various positions in order to stabilize and secure the barrier installation with shootbolt locks. Positive locations had to be clearly marked out by the scanner and then ATDC’s installers had to carefully navigate their floor drilling to avoid these potentially hazardous positions.
Yet another example of market leading ATDC’s close attention to detail, quality and to workplace health and safety.
ATDC has installed its stylish commercial folding doors to the shopfront at Connor, Frankston in Victoria.
Connor is part of a national store wide network and is part of the RAG group.
Spanning an opening of 11 metres wide x 4 metres in height this 300mm wide panel folding door operates from a heavy duty extruded top track suspended from an overhead support beam and provides seamless lock up with a series of intermediate up/down locks.
Also available in 200mm and 150mm wide slimline panel options, the folding door system traverses a 600mm radius turn .
ATDC has recently installed its aluminium to the driveway entry at Kurunjang Early Learning Centre near Melton in Melbourne.
This lightweight biparting gate is secured each end to heavy duty extruded aluminium RHS posts which have been embedded in solid concrete footings to provide extra stability. As the gates retract backwards they pivot and rotate at each end so as to occupy virtually no side stacking space at all. The all aluminium system has world class anti-corrosion qualities which is important given it is installed out in the open and exposed to the elements.
Project managers for this job were Kingdom Projects of Thomastown, Victoria.
The S03™ and S06™ trellis doors passed this test by withstanding a force of 450N being applied to its locking style. i.e. the same effect as an intruder attempting to lever open our 3-point locking system.
The S03™ and S06™ trellis doors passed this test by withstanding a repeated impact force of 100 joules from a 40kg lead ball i.e. the same effect as an intruder attempting to kick his way through the security door.
The S03™ and S06™ trellis doors passed this test by withstanding a repeated pulling force of up to 2kN i.e. the same effect as an intruder attempting to pull out the security door or window.
To identify and mitigate risks to health and safety to assist in identifying safety hazards related to the supply and use of the S04-1™ mobile trackless trellis barrier.