The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) offers an innovative range of mobile access barriers that restrict access to manufacturing and construction environments while still permitting roller doors and loading docks to remain open.
ATDC’s S04-1 mobile trackless trellis systems can be used to prevent the public from entering factories and warehouses during trading hours by restricting access to loading docks and warehouse roller door entries.
Normally fixed at one end and lockable on the other end, the mobile access barriers operate on trolleys and can be wheeled away and stored out of sight when not in use. The system can also be locked onto the floor in the absence of suitable side-fixing points.
The S04-1 mobile access barriers are not only economical but also provide enormous flexibility in closing off awkward openings, which may be typically very difficult to secure. The trellis barriers can also assist in providing safe environments on construction sites located in close proximity to pedestrian traffic.
Bovis Lend Lease recently used these trellis barriers at their shopping centre extension project in Charlestown, NSW. Since the company was not allowed to work at night due to noise considerations, they used these barriers to cordon off mall areas under construction, allowing construction work to continue during normal trading hours.