Portable barriers blend in with Wolfgang Puck’s restaurant at LAX airport

The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) supplied their premium grade
portable barriers for installation at Wolfgang Puck’s restaurant located within
LAX International Airport in Los Angeles. Wolfgang Puck is an internationally
renowned celebrity chef and award-winning restaurateur.

ATDC supplied mobile and trackless barriers for Wolfgang Puck’s LAX airport
restaurant, configured in a multi-angled shape to accommodate the unique
contours of the storefront. No headroom is required for the trackless and
freestanding portable barriers, simplifying the installation and also reducing
the cost with no structural bulkheads required. The barriers visually blend in
with the aesthetics of the storefront.

Key features of ATDC’s portable barriers include standard heights of
2020mm or 2520mm (or custom heights to suit the application) with unlimited spans;
unique semi-modular design eliminating the need for heavy, unsafe and unwieldy removable
mullions and increasing operational safety for the staff; and sharp precision
angled lines and high quality gloss powder-coated finish in standard or custom colour
options.

The portable barriers are manufactured from precision engineered high
tensile steel sections, available with both wall mounted and floor mounted locking
options, and are very easy to operate running on a series of low friction heavy
duty 75mm thermoplastic rubber non marking bottom castors.

ATDC also supplies their portable barriers in aluminium for installations
in highly corrosive marine environments such as coastal, beachside or
riverfront locations. The aluminium barriers come with natural anodised and UV-resistant powder-coated finishes
for additional anti-corrosion protection.

The portable barriers have been OH&S tested under Australian legislations for safety
and are supplied with a detailed, written and independently audited WHS Risk
Assessment. The barriers are also independently tested in an approved NATA
laboratory for dynamic impact, simulated climbing, and wind force overturn
conditions under the Australian Standard AS 4687 -2007 Temporary Fencing and
Hoardings. Further testing has been successfully completed for emergency egress
under the Building Code of Australia where required.

ATDC’s portable barriers are also available in a double diamond lattice pattern to prevent pilferage in certain environments.
Featuring tightly interwoven steel mesh that reduces the pitch between the
metal cross linkages to a mere 65mm to 70mm, the barrier prevents anyone putting
their hands through the mesh to reach merchandise on the other side, creating
an extremely effective loss prevention solution.

ATDC’s portable barriers are ideal as a temporary security measure for
pop-up stores, kiosks and other temporary retail tenancies, access control for
shopping centres and public buildings such as railway stations, airports, ferry
stations and bus terminals, and WorkSafe applications such as construction
sites, sports stadiums, public events, entertainment venues and warehouses and
loading docks. ATDC’s portable barriers are also available for hire for long, medium
or short term periods.

For further information on ATDC’s commercial and industrial portable
barriers, please contact toll free on 1800657435 from anywhere in Australia or
visit ATDC’s website.

ATDC’s portable barriers are now sold in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide,
Perth and Canberra and in all regional towns across the country including
Newcastle, Wollongong, Geelong, Townsville, Hobart and Cairns. ATDC’s portable
barriers are also being successfully exported to Singapore, Vietnam and Hong
Kong and throughout Southeast Asia as well as the Pacific Islands. 

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