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KRGS’ folding closures available from The Australian Trellis Door Company

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The folding closures, available from The Australian Trellis Door Company , are an ideal bi-folding door application to secure retail shopfronts in shopping centres and airports, bar counter tops, doorways and mall enclosures.

Kings Roller Grilles and Shutters (KRGS) offer space efficient folding closures on the market. They are made from aluminium, are attractive, lightweight and easy to use.

This folding closure boasts a new low -friction continuous hinge system, which means less moving parts, easy operation and reduced maintenance.

Kings Roller Grilles and Shutters’ closures come in a variety of materials. One option is high performance tempered glass, which offers good visibility and maximum protection.

Another option is polycarbonate, which provides remarkable impact-resistance in a light package. The folding closure is also available with a perforated aluminium in-fill, which combines transparency with the strength of aluminium for good-looking protection and ventilation.

These closures can be installed to a curved opening, and stacked in the same line as the door or diverted away to maximise the shopfront opening.

Due to enhanced product quality and customer service, KRGS’s doors are increasingly used by major retail chains and independent retailers, shopping centre operators, commercial tenants, builders, government, architects and designers, Australia-wide.

KRGS have national representation and their qualified team of staff provide a complete service from tender through to design, consultancy, installation and maintenance.

With a Project Manager to oversee each job, they are well organised and practiced in co-ordination of all project requirements, specifications, OH&S, WMS’s, etc.

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