Home > ATDC’s mobile trackless barrier proves to be a winner

ATDC’s mobile trackless barrier proves to be a winner

Supplier News
article image ATDC’s trackless barriers at Trim Fresh allow customers to see products even during closed hours
028723 2800

Contact supplier

Your Email * indicates mandatory fields.

Mobile trackless barriers from The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) have been designed by engineers to deliver benefits such as versatile application, durability and ease of use.
ATDC’s mobile trackless barriers are a range of completely collapsible barrier systems with versatile application in access control, securing factory loading docks when the loading dock shutter is open, securing kiosks in shopping centres as well as securing malls, food courts and walkways. Operating on a series of steel trolleys and rubber castors, the mobile trackless barriers are ideal for erecting temporary enclosures.
The system can span an unlimited width at any angle, even in a curved format, and can be wheeled away when not in use and stored out of sight for added convenience, making it a popular product for shopping centres.
ATDC also supplies a special trolley allowing the customer to load several barriers at once in order to deploy the systems more efficiently. The systems are secured at each end using a slam-lock facility, which locks the barrier to a side fixing point. In the absence of a side fixing point, ATDC’S removable lockable posts can be used.
The precision-engineered barriers are fabricated from steel, and come with a professional powder-coated high gloss finish for durability and longevity.
ATDC’s trackless barrier doors also offer access control around dangerous machinery and equipment under maintenance, securing public access areas in buildings such as railway stations, airports and bus terminals.
ATDC’s mobile trackless barriers are being used by prestigious companies including Westfield, AMP, Lend Lease, Stocklands, Centro, Colonial Mutual, and Mirvac.
Commenting on the ATDC trackless barrier system, Dan Boyle, Operations Manager at Centro Galleria in Perth says that the system has proven to be a very effective deterrent mechanism while also maintaining the ambience of the centre.
Another regular user of the product, Mr Chris Warner, Security Manager at Millennium High Tech Group, has successfully used the trackless barrier doors at the Macarthur Square Shopping Centre in NSW. This company is using upwards of 20 barricades in the centre around escalators, stairs and other high traffic areas to reduce theft as well as allow or restrict access in certain areas.
Chris adds that the systems are very user-friendly, allowing them to relocate the barriers to different areas very easily, and with minimum fuss.
Tony Trim, Managing Director of Trim Fresh, a retail fruit and vegetable outlet located in many shopping centres in NSW also speaks highly of the trackless barrier system from ATDC, which is used in all their stores. He finds the mobile trackless barriers perfect for protecting his retail outlets without being obtrusive or expensive, and also appreciates the great customer service from ATDC.
Listing out the benefits of ATDC’s mobile trackless barriers, he says that the doors allow customers to see his products even during closed hours. The doors fold away neatly when the stores are open so that they are not noticed. Additionally, they are cost effective, of great quality and work well to reduce theft.
In response to demands from ATDC customers to provide a temporary lockup solution, the mobile security barrier can now be rented out for periods starting from a week. ATDC also offers to set it up and take it down at the end of the lease period. The rental option is particularly useful in temporary security requirements for events, OH&S work site applications, casual tenancies in shopping malls and pop up retail stores.
ATDC supplies a diverse range of precision engineered expanding trellis security doors in steel and aluminium, suitable for securing most residential, commercial and industrial properties.

Newsletter sign-up

The latest products and news delivered to your inbox