Heavy Duty Commercial Roller shutters by ATDC

ATDC has recently installed  its heavy duty extruded RS3 commercial roller shutter at Toymate’s new store at Watergardens Shopping Centre at Taylors Lake, a suburb north west of Melbourne.

Finished in a striking bright Blaze Blue powdercoat from the standard dulux duralloy powdercoat range, these electric operated shutters each spanned a width of 4m wide x 3m high. The installation required battery back up facilities to prevent any down time in trading  in the event of a future power failure in the shopping centre. Extra security was provided by the installation of key switches which restricts the number of persons able to operate the shutters.

Project manager for the installation was Red Box Displays.

For further information visit ATDC’s website at https://www.trellisdoors.com.au/products/commercial-security/roller-shutters

New Entrant to Sydney Security Shutter Market makes an impact

ATDC’s new Series 2 security shutter is proving very successful in the Sydney commercial market.

This solidly engineered aluminium extruded shutter is proving both reliable and effective in delivering a secure lock up solution to commercial,hospitality,retail and even industrial applications. Capable of spanning a maximum  width of 5500mm in one section without the need for any unwieldly or unsightly mullions.

The above photographs show a recent installation completed for KFC at Sans Souci, NSW. The top 400mm of the shutter has perforated mesh to permit ventilation.Project managers for this installation were Sydney based Aspect Design and Development.

For further information visit https://www.trellisdoors.com.au/product/commercial-security/roller-shutters/roller-doors-series-2-security-shutters


Crowd Control Barriers should be OH+S tested for safety

There has recently been a  proliferation of imports of low quality crowd control barriers into the Australian market, many of these being quite unstable and unsafe for both consumers, the general public and for employees of businesses that are required to operate them.

The team at ATDC have invested a considerable amount of time and money in having their market leading double diamond barriers independently tested  for compliance in many instances with Australian Standards AS 4687-2007 Temporary Fencing and Hoarding in an effort to deliver a safer, more user friendly solution. These crowd control barriers have been tested against the requirements for Simulated Climbing, Dynamic Impact, Foothold Aperture test and, depending on the particular situation will apply in many cases.

ATDC’s barriers are now sold in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and in all other capital cities and regional centres across Australia. For further information visit ATDC’s website at https://www.trellisdoors.com.au/product/commercial-security/barriers-and-cafe-barriers/safety-barriers-s04-1dd

Next time you consider a purchase of crowd control barriers please get a quote from ATDC. We will price match and offer our safety tested barriers with any barrier on the market offering matching features.

Eye Catching Commercial Folding Closure Doors

ATDC has completed a major installation of its commercial folding closures to secure the new storefront at Sacca’s Fine Foods at Blackburn Square in Victoria, near Melbourne.

This eye catching installation literally takes your breath away. Finished in a gloss black satin powdercoat, the system spans a whopping 54 metres at its full extent and is suspended from an overhead support structure at a height of 3600mm. The door is configured from 300mm wide panel sections suspended with industrial grade support carriages from a heavy duty extruded aluminium top track; it has three S-configured  bends and 2 x special radius curves as it follows the shaped contours of this aperture.

Project managers for this installation are South Melbourne based Dzine Construction Group.

For further information on this product visit ATDC’s website at https://www.trellisdoors.com.au/product/commercial-security/folding-doors-and-shop-doors/fc1-folding-closures

Curved Retractable Security Screens to lock off Public Buildings

ATDC’s increasingly popular S08 retractable curved steel security screen has recently been installed to secure the new General Learning Centre at Brisbane Central State School.

Specified by Queensland based Towill Design,this very large 14 metre wide x 3.7 metre high curved screen traverses two different radius turns to conform with the curvature of the building.

This top hung door system has no floor track and is instead secured through a system of multiple intermediate up/down locking mechanisms along its span.

Project managers for this job were Badge Constructions (QLD).

For further information visit ATDC’s website at https://www.trellisdoors.com.au/product/commercial-security/security-screens-and-screen-doors/stacking-doors-s08

Sliding Security Doors can comply with Emergency Egress Requirements

ATDC’s S06 heavy duty trellis security door can be installed with an emergency egress facility for keyless exit in applications where this is a requirement.

For extra security, ATDC use a completely transparent lexan plate to prevent persons from reaching through the door mesh from the external to release the lever handle on the internal of the door.

For additional security key access is required for entry from the external.

These photographs show a recent installation of this arrangement for BWS at Singleton, NSW, a few hours north of Sydney.

For further information visit ATDC’s website at https://www.trellisdoors.com.au/product/commercial-security/security-screens-and-screen-doors/s06-concertina-security-shutters