Published 27-09-2021
| Article appears in October 2021 Issue

Security Doors with Style


The Australian Trellis Door Company Pty Ltd (A.T.D.C.) commenced operations in 1985 when it introduced the expanding trellis security door concept to Australia and New Zealand.

Since that time A.T.D.C. has remained the market leader in this field, having developed arguably the world’s most extensive and diverse range of expanding trellis security doors suitable for securing most residential, commercial and industrial applications.

Their engineers have pioneered world first innovative security features such as the unique triple point slam-lock and the heavy-duty track locking bottom track facility. Furthermore, the S02-1™ / S05-1™ ultra-deluxe model doors are the only fully framed square steel tubular trellis doors currently available on the Australian market.

In recognition of their product quality, their customer service and the company’s technological advancements, they have been invited to participate on many prestigious projects with the Australian National Maritime Museum, Bovis Lend Lease/Telstra, Woolworths Plus Petrol and Dick Smith Electronics.

They recently installed commercial sliding doors to secure the new café and plant shop at The Green at Fortitude Valley’s trendy James Street precinct in Queensland. (pictured).

Specified by Channon Architects, ATDC’s satin black powdercoated S05 model sliding doors fold out of the way and out of sight when not in use however when locked and closed permit maximum through flow of fresh air and they are a visually stunning addition to the inspired design of this café, wine bar and retail space. A system of intermediate up/down locking systems provides a seamless lock up solution for the premises.

A.T.D.C. is a family business and is 100% Australian owned and operated.

The company has national representation and are able to cover security requirements throughout Australia with suitably qualified sales representatives.


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