Published 13-05-2021
| Article appears in June 2021 Issue

ATDC installs old-style expanding door at Adelaide Railway Station

12-05-2021
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The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) has recently installed its S06 commercial expanding door to secure the front entry to Adelaide Railway Station, which is part of the Adelaide Festival Plaza Upgrade.
 
Specified by Adelaide based ARM Architecture and project managed by construction firm Hansen Yuncken, the 7000mm wide x 4500mm high black satin, powdercoated, expanding door has been fitted with intermediate up/down locking mechanisms for seamless lockup.
 
The open grille old-style appearance of these scissor action doors produced by ATDC means they are frequently specified on heritage buildings and are often installed at railway stations such as Wynyard Station, St James, North Sydney and Central Station in Sydney.
 
For further information on ATDC’s range of commercial expanding doors please visit its website at https://www.trellisdoors.com.au/products/commercial-security or contact ATDC toll free on 1800 657 435
 

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