The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) recently installed their security trellis gates to secure the servery counter at Hungry Jacks in Notting Hill, Melbourne. Working closely with MAS Building & Construction, a Melbourne-based building company, ATDC installed their S05 deluxe model security trellis gates to provide the customer with a fully ventilated system for the food counter.
ATDC’s security trellis gates didn’t require any headroom at all, which was a major advantage as there was insufficient space inside the bulkhead to install an overhead door system. The security gates also didn’t need a floor tracking mechanism. These advantages make ATDC’s S05 trellis security gates ideal for securing serveries, countertops, benchtops, reception areas and canteens among many more.
ATDC’s trellis security gates can span any opening width without the need for unwieldy removable mullions. By utilising a series of intermediate up/down locking mechanisms (used on the Hungry Jacks project), a seamless effect is created without causing obstruction to the business.
ATDC’s security trellis gates offer a cost-effective alternative to overhead doors and are now sold in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Canberra, Geelong, Newcastle, Townsville and Cairns as well as in all regional centres across Australia.