Leading Australian security door group, The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) is entering into discussions with luxury retailer Louis Vuitton following a recent ram raid incident at its King St outlet in Sydney.
ATDC had supplied its security doors to another ram raid victim, Camilla after two of its Sydney outlets were attacked last year. The company’s new S10 aluminium T-Max security door has a near perfect record for protecting retail stores and residences against ram raids and other break-ins. Retail clients also include Tiffany’s, Prouds and Bang & Olufsen.
ATDC Principal, Mr Jonathan Kaplan believes that retailers must take quick action to protect their premises against criminals who destroy property.
Featuring a concertina style door, the S10 T-Max comprises of an expanding trellis framed pattern, with rigid top suspension track and bottom guide rail. Custom designed to secure any door, window or passage opening, the aluminium security doors allow easy operation and flow of air and light, while protecting staff at all times and preventing break-ins 24 hours a day.
The S10 aluminium T-Max security doors disappear from view when not in use, making them ideal for retail and shopfront security. These retracting security doors are backed by three years of R&D from ATDC and offer affordable security and safety in an aesthetic design.
Key features of S10 T-Max aluminium security doors:
- Unique quick-action, keyless style lock for enhanced protection
- Locking system with 12mm pin and double hook for extra strength
- Three locking points in one lock ensure door can be slam locked for instant security and protection
- Folds away to one fifth of its size, allowing the door to disappear from view when not in use
- Manufactured from hardened aircraft grade aluminium and stainless steel
- Fully framed for extra strength
- Available in an anodised or powder-coated finish in a choice of colour schemes from the Dulux range
- Can be custom designed to suit individual requirements
- Available Australia wide
- 5-year warranty