ATDC’s stylish expandable commercial security gates have caught the attention of specifying architects across Australia for securing openings on projects spanning retail, hospitality, commercial and even industrial applications.
Typical examples of premises that can be secured with these security gates include shops, shopping centres, banks, government buildings, hospitals, clubs, sports arenas, airports, railway stations, heritage buildings, hotels, restaurants, serveries, reception areas, bar counters, schools, universities, medical centres, pubs, clubs, showroom doors and windows, factory and warehouse loading docks.
Whilst the design specifications differ from product to product, some model types can be manufactured to a maximum height of 4500mm whilst the maximum span is unlimited.
These security doors as a general rule will fold sideways to a minimum storage size of just 15% of the opening which it is securing. This side compaction size can be further reduced so as to be virtually invisible by running the gates on multiple parallel top tracks. Curved doors are also achievable including S-bend configurations.
These security gates are available in either extruded aluminium sections or alternatively in box section steel components and in both cases the trellis framed pattern infill mesh expands to the side either with the option of a heavy-duty top track and bottom rail. The need for a bottom rail can be alleviated however through utilizing a series of up and down key turn shoot bolt locking options.
The above photographs show images of a gate securing an upmarket rooftop restaurant /bar in Bourke St in Melbourne. Project managers were OffBite Projects based in Altona North, Victoria.