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ATDC’s trackless trellis barriers help venue operators comply with new open air smoking rules

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Mobile trackless trellis barriers from The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) are helping venue operators meet new compliance requirements for open air smoking.

New legislation banning smoking indoors across NSW’s 3,700 licensed venues allows smoking in areas that are 25% open to the elements (known as the 75/25 open air provision) to enable smoke to blow away.

Venue operators have been putting significant effort and expense into improving their gardens and outdoor areas to accommodate the smokers.

The mobile trackless trellis barriers are helping some of these venue operators to comply with the 75/25 rules.

Key advantages of the mobile trackless trellis barriers:

  • Open-style design allows smoke to blow away
  • Designed for mobility, operating on a series of trolleys and castors
  • Ideal for the erection of temporary enclosures
  • Can be wheeled away when not in use and stored out of sight
  • Available up to a height of 2,500mm
  • Economy and flexibility allow the closing off of difficult-to-close makeshift and awkward openings  
  • Secured on each end by a slam-lock facility, locking the barrier to a side fixing point
  • Shoot bolts help to stabilise the system from sideways movement, especially on uneven areas
  • Removable lockable posts lock down onto laser cut stainless steel plates on the floor to create fixing points

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