Expandable security barriers by The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) have successfully been adopted by the factory, warehouse, distribution centre and industrial market sectors.
Well known retailer Bing Lee is the latest addition to ATDC’s list of prestigious customers. Bing Lee is the largest privately owned electrical retail company in NSW specialising in consumer electronics, computers and telecommunications products.
Bing Lee installed ATDC’s expanding barriers in an industrial application at its national warehouse and distribution centre in Guildford in Sydney’s western suburbs to secure its warehouse during trading hours when its warehouse loading dock doors are open. ATDC’s expandable barriers can be installed up to a height of 2500mm and are an effective deterrent preventing unwanted entry during trading hours.
The open steel grille design does not obstruct the inflow of fresh air through the expanding security barriers, allowing ventilation during the hot summer months. When unlocked and open, the barriers fold back neatly out of the way so as to be almost invisible; with their tight and compact stacks they allow a clear path for trucks and forklifts to pass through unobstructed.
More recently ABC Tissue, a top 1000 Australian Company installed ATDC’s expandable barriers at its Wetherill Park distribution centre to provide protection for its expensive machinery and to deter theft within its stock and inventory control operations.
ATDC’s expandable security barriers also find application in cordoning off areas on industrial, factory, warehouse and distribution premises to assist in access control, providing work safe areas, and to protect employees from dangerous plant and machinery.
ATDC also carries an extensive range of fully framed expanding security barriers, which are used in the industrial market to secure warehouse and factory passageways, windows, alcoves, large glass showroom entries and doorways.