The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) is making a significant impact in the retail shopfront segment across Australia with their commercial folding doors. These folding doors have also achieved sufficient market traction in South East Asia and the Asia Pacific regions.
Available in a space-efficient 300mm wide panel option as well as a 150mm slimline panel option, ATDC’s commercial folding doors are attractive, stylish and strong, and occupy only a minimal amount of storage space once unlocked and opened.
Key features of ATDC’s commercial folding doors include a seamless lock-up solution with up/down locking mechanisms, alleviating the need for any floor track or cumbersome removable mullions; low friction operation with interlocking hinged folding panels suspended by a series of heavy duty industrial grade top wheel carriages from an extruded aluminium top track; extruded top track able to traverse radius curves to accommodate curved and angled apertures such as curved shopfronts, curved showroom windows, curved countertops, reception areas and office frontages; and S-bend configuration also achievable.
The low resistance operation of ATDC’s commercial folding doors promotes both functional integrity and longevity, and facilitates ease of operation by the operator on the ground. Different curtain infill options for these commercial folding doors include polycarbonate, tempered glass, perforated mesh or solid aluminium. A natural anodised finish or powder-coated option is available depending on the customer’s requirements.
Trade specifiers and end-users alike are taking to these cutting-edge commercial folding doors; leading brands including Cotton On, Collette, Gloria Jeans, Rockmans, Chemist Warehouse, Just Cuts, Bay Audio, Flight Centre and Escape Travel among others are already on board.
ATDC’s commercial folding doors are now being sold in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Canberra and Adelaide as well as in all regional centres across the country including Darwin, Townsville, Hobart, Newcastle and Geelong. ATDC has a thriving export market in South East Asia, the Asia Pacific, the Pacific Islands and the UAE.
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