Trackless portable security barriers from The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) have successfully passed the relevant Australian Standards AS 4687-2007 for Temporary Fencing and Hoarding.
With this approval, ATDC’s mobile trackless portable barrier becomes the first product of its kind to successfully cross over to the Temporary Fencing Industry.
ATDC’s portable security barriers were tested recently at a NATA Accredited Laboratory in Sydney against the requirements specified under the Australian Standards for Simulated Climbing, Impact, Foothold Aperture and Windforce Overturning. Detailed information on these test results is available on the ATDC website.
ATDC initiated the testing for their portable security barriers to meet the stringent requirements of Sydney Ferries/State Transit Authority for the upcoming prestigious Barrangaroo Ferry Wharf project at Sydney’s Darling Harbour.
ATDC’s retractable portable security barriers are used for kiosks, temporary tenancies, food courts, malls, shopping centres, warehouses, loading docks, sporting facilities, access and crowd control, partitioning and OH&S Worksafe applications among many more.
The retractable portable security barriers are sold nationally in Australia including in all major cities and regional towns.