Centenary Park Pavilion, a Glen Eira City Council managed property in Melbourne’s Bentleigh East, has installed double walled extruded aluminium security roller shutters from The Australian Trellis Door Company to secure and protect their doors and windows.
Successfully installed by The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC), the security roller shutters were specified by Mantric Architecture and fitted over the doorways and windows to the Pavilion. ATDC’s security roller shutters not only serve as a security device but also protect the glass windows from being damaged by balls from the sports ground.
ATDC’s RS3 roller shutters met all the compliance requirements demanded by Mantric Architecture:
- Provide maximum strength and durability, and feature a double wall extrusion with a 44mm blade and heavy duty extruded side rails to contain and secure the shutters;
- Slimmest possible overhead pelmet boxes;
- Removable corner mullions for shutters installed on corners;
- Be electronically operated with group controls to permit multiple shutters to operate sequentially in banks or individually;
- Ability to interface with the Council’s internal computer security system for access control purposes, enabling their connection to the system management software used by the Council; and,
- Powder-coated to match the colour scheme of the aluminium window frames at the Pavilion.
ATDC’s security roller shutters have been widely specified on Council Pavilions across Victoria for meeting these compliance requirements. The roller shutters are also recommended for securing industrial facilities, retail shopfronts and shopping centres, banks, medical centres, reception areas, canteens, bar counters, and commercial and government buildings. They are also ideal for securing residential properties, particularly for windows, sliding doors, French doors and patio doors.
ATDC’s shutters are now sold in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth and Canberra as well as in all regional towns across Australia including Newcastle, Geelong, Townsville, Darwin, Hobart, Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast. They are also exported throughout South East Asia, the Asia Pacific region, the Pacific Islands and the UAE.