ATDC folding closures installed at Flight Centre stores across Australia

The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) is installing their commercial
folding closures at Flight Centre Group stores across Australia.

One of the largest travel agency groups in the world, Flight Centre
operates nearly 2800 stores across 14 countries, employing more than 19000

ATDC installed their FC1 wide body (300mm panel) and Slimline FC2 (150mm
panel) folding closures with polycarbonate infills across the Group’s stores. Featuring
a maximum opening height of 4500mm, ATDC’s lightweight folding closures can
span any opening width in a straight-line, curved or S-bend configuration.

ATDC’s commercial folding closures are suspended with industrial grade
top roller bearings from a heavy duty extruded aluminium top track with the
curtain’s extruded aluminium sections folding effortlessly through a
system of continuous low friction interlocking hinges for user-friendly operation.

The low maintenance foldingclosures also feature a series of easy-to-use keyed-alike, seamless up/down
locking mechanisms. Emergency breakout doors are available for egress as per BCA
rules where required.

The foldingclosures are available in a natural anodised or powder coated finish
with infill options including toughened glass, solid aluminium or perforated
mesh for added ventilation.

ATDC’s folding closures also find application in securing shopping
centres, banks, kiosks, hotels, airports, countertops and reception areas. With
no bottom track, the folding closure eliminates trip hazards.

ATDC’s cutting edge folding closures are sold in Sydney, Melbourne,
Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Canberra and Darwin, and are exported to Hong
Kong, Singapore, Brunei and throughout South East Asia, the Pacific Islands and
the UAE.

For more information on ATDC’s full range of
commercial folding closures, please visit or contact ATDC toll free from anywhere in
Australia on 1800657435.

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