ATDC seeing increasing usage of retractable security barriers

rapidly expanding Star Carwash network has adopted retractable security
barriers from The Australian Trellis Door Company to secure cleaning chemicals
at their wash bays.

of these wash bays are located in the high traffic car parks of the country’s
leading shopping centre networks operated by Westfield, LendLease, QIC and AMP.
ATDC’s retractable security barriers are being installed at the wash bays to
ensure the onsite cleaning chemicals are stored safely and securely out of
reach of the general public.

of these wash bays are installed in difficult shaped locations with numerous limitations
such as low height ceilings and odd-shaped apertures. Offering an effective
solution for the Star Carwash group, ATDC’s retractable security barrier is
completely portable, trackless and retractable, and can span any width and
accommodate any angle including curved configurations.

ATDC barriers have been recently tested as compliant in specific circumstances with
the Australian Standard 4687-2007 Temporary Fencing and Hoardings. ATDC’s
barriers also have an independently audited comprehensive WHS Risk Assessment
for workplace health and safety assurance. Setting the industry benchmark for
quality and safety, ATDC’s retractable security barriers include additional
special features such as BCA compliant egress locking facilities that allow for
keyless exit in the event of emergencies.

retractable security barriers are designed to secure almost any type of
opening at airports, railway stations, government buildings, shopfronts, shopping
centre foodcourts, warehouses, loading docks, temporary tenancies, outdoor
eateries and restaurants, hotels, pubs and clubs and partitioning as well as in
crowd control and access control applications.

Recent overseas installations of ATDC’s
retractable security barriers include Hong Kong International Airport, Heathrow
International Airport, Port Moresby International Airport and Nadi
International Airport-Fiji.

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