Australian Trellis Door Co makes open and shut case for its security doors and shutters

Trellis doors

Australian Trellis Door Company’s (ATDC) unique range of security doors and shutters are becoming increasingly popular to secure factories, warehouses, corporate parks, and logistics and distribution centres.

A recent project for Flower Park at Smeaton Avenue, Dandenong South in Melbourne’s outer south eastern suburbs saw ATDC install its heavy duty S06 trellis security doors and shutters to the front entry glazed doors and windows of all 12 factory units in this corporate park.

These doors comply with the provisions of AS5039 of the Australian Standards for sliding security doors. They fold completely out of the way when not in use so as not to obstruct the front entry doors and windows. However, when closed and locked at night, they provide the factory units with a formidable level of security. With their triple contact security-rated locking mechanisms and full metal frames, these doors are increasingly becoming the product of choice for security conscious landlords and tenants.

For further information on ATDC’s full range of security doors and shutters visit its website at or contact them toll free from anywhere in Australia on 1800 657 435

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