Expandable security doors from The Australian Trellis Door Company
(ATDC) have been installed at several overseas international airports including
Heathrow, Hong Kong, Nadi (Fiji) and Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. This
follows the recent success of ATDC’s expandable security door installations for
retailers at Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne International Airports.
Four expandable security doors were installed at Port Moresby
International Airport in PNG to secure large retail tenancies during the
airport’s recent upgrade.
To address the security concerns of the airport retailers for their stock
and property, ATDC’s expandable security doors were specified by numerous
Australian architectural firms, which were looking for a cost-effective
security door capable of spanning very wide expanses across irregular shaped
openings with no overhead support structure.
security doors satisfied all these requirements with the trackless barriers
additionally folding neatly out of the way when not in use to be stored in joinery
cupboards on the extreme ends of the openings or simply wheeled away on their
heavy duty bottom castors for storage off site.
ATDC’s expandable security doors were recently installed by the world
renowned Plaza Premium Lounge Network at the entrance to its lounge at Terminal
2, The Queen’s Terminal, Heathrow International Airport.
A global service brand headquartered in Hong Kong, Plaza Premium Lounge operates
across more than 120 global locations in 28 airports. Plaza Premium has
installed ATDC’s trackless expandable security door as an access control
measure across the entry to the business lounge where the opening has minimal
fixing points and the overhead structure is too high for a cost-effective
overhead door to be fitted.
ATDC’s precision engineered security barrier featuring a high quality
exterior powdercoated finish was deemed suitable for the high profile location.
ATDC’s expandable security doors now carry a
full OH&S certification and Temporary Fencing and Hoarding certification.