Crowd Control Barriers Secure Fast Food Kiosks and Reception counters

ATDC has installed its lockable, portable, steel crowd control barrier to secure the Hungry Jacks fast food outlet at the BP service station at East Keilor in Melbourne.

Project manager for the installation was Torquay based MAS Building & Construction.

These crowd control barriers are available at a height of 2m or 2.5m and are OH+S tested for safe operation. They are completely trackless, relocatable and collapsible and are available for purchase or for hire on a short term or long term basis.

For further information contact ATDC toll free 1800657435 or visit their website at

Unique and Versatile Foldaway Double Diamond Barriers

ATDC has installed its unique and versatile foldaway double diamond mesh barriers to secure all the public entry areas and access points into Caddens Corner, a new neighbourhood shopping centre in Penrith.

The double diamond mesh barriers on this project each have lever handles for emergency egress as they secure public thoroughfares. The double diamond mesh is unique in that it prevents persons reaching through these barriers to activate the lever handles from the outside and in this way  the integrity of these systems is maintained.

Specified by Crows Nest based, Nettleton Tribe architects, these barriers are mobile, trackless and relocatable. Project Managers for this site are Mainbrace Constructions.

For further information on ATDC’s foldaway barriers see their website at or contact ATDC toll free from anywhere in Australia on 1800657435.

Portable barriers secure 24 hour gyms and health clubs

ATDC’s portable barriers are in high demand as an access control barrier in 24 hour gyms, health clubs, wellness centres and sports recreation centres.

The portable barriers are ideal for such applications  as they are an inexpensive means of allowing paid members access on an after hour basis through  activating digital security keypad codes or even simply by standard key access.

The barriers are trackless, mobile, free standing and lockable and can be relocatable to different areas of the premises as the need arises. They are OH&S tested for safe operation and can be fitted with special egress locks for emergency exit under the Building Code of Australia where required.

The photograph shows a recent installation at the new Crossfit Gym at Smeaton Grange in Sydney.

For further information on ATDC’s full range of portable barriers visit their website at or contact them toll free on 1800657435 from anywhere in Australia.

Emergency Crowd Control Barriers For Immediate Compliance with Social Distancing Legislation

The current extraordinary health and safety challenges resulting from the coronavirus pandemic has placed a huge emphasis on the need for landlords to enforce social distancing on their premises.

In this regard landlords are utilising ATDC’s unique and proven , versatile crowd control barriers to achieve these objectives and to ensure patrons and customers on their premises comply with both state and federal legislation. The attached photograph shows an application whereby public access through travelators and escalators is efficiently controlled.

These crowd control  barriers are portable, trackless, mobile and easily relocatable operating on a series of heavy duty non marking bottom rubber castors. They are available  ex stock in heights of either 2020mm or 2520mm and are lockable into side walls or floors.They are relatively inexpensive items and are available  from ATDC ex stock as a once off purchase or as an ongoing rental product.They are OH+S certified and safe to operate.They require no support structure and so can lock up can be achieved immediately and cost effectively.

For further information on their  unique crowd control barrier range please contact ATDC toll free from anywhere in Australia on 1800657435 or visit their website at


LVMH,the world’s leading retailer of luxury goods,has selected safety barriers from The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) to secure its warehouse in Silverwater,Sydney.

LVMH,founded in 1987 with a merger between Moet Hennessy and Louis Vuitton and headquartered in Paris,employs over 145 000 people across the globe and last year had annual revenue in excess of 42 billion Euros.

At their new distribution centre LVMH have installed unique warehouse safety barriers which are not only Worksafe compliant under the relevant OH+S legislation but are also compliant with many of the rigorous strength and safety provisions of the Temporary Fencing and Hoarding provisions of the Australian Standards.Furthermore, these uniquely robust and easy to operate barriers have been fitted with a commercial grade shade cloth backing which serves not only as a privacy screen but also provides some degree of protection against wind,vermin and dust which would otherwise be an ongoing  hazard for a company that prides itself on the highest  quality,upmarket luxury merchandise.For other applications of these barriers see article at

ATDC’s range of warehouse barriers are available in either steel  or aluminium;they can be lockable to side walls or floors;they are trackless,portable and mobile and operate on a series of heavy duty bottom thermoplastic castors which consist of a non marking compound,making them suitable to run on any floor surface.For further information see ATDC’s website at

For further information on ATDC’s comprehensive range of warehouse safety barriers and other commercial grade barriers contact ATDC toll free on 1800657435 from anywhere in Australia or visit their website at

ATDC’s warehouse safety barriers are now sold in Sydney,Melbourne,Adelaide,Brisbane,Canberra and Perth as well as in all regional towns across the country including Geelong,Newcastle,Townsville,Sunshine and Gold Coast regions.They are also exported throughout South East Asia,The Asia Pacific,The Pacific Islands and the UAE.( )