The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) recently supplied aluminium folding security doors for installation at the main office distribution point for the Hawkesbury Mail Boat in Brooklyn near Sydney.

Popularly known as the Riverboat Postman, the Hawkesbury Mail Boat has, since 1910, delivered mail and other essential items to several settlements located upriver from Brooklyn, including Kangaroo Point, Bar Point, Dangar and Milson’s Islands, Marlow Creek, Fisherman’s Point and Milson’s Passage.

Situated directly above the water at Brooklyn, the new main office distribution point for the Riverboat Postman was recently fitted with folding security doors from ATDC.

ATDC’s aluminium folding security doors are designed for installation in marine grade environments where the extremely high saline content in the atmosphere can cause corrosion. These aluminium security doors are widely used in beachside and riverside homes as well as outdoor restaurants, cafés, shops and similar public and commercial buildings.

ATDC’s range of aluminium folding security doors includes the S09 Alumax and the S10 Aluminium T-max as well as the S04-1 ALU trackless doors. The S09 and S10 models feature full frames with triple contact locking points while the S04-1 ALU is a mobile and trackless system with multi-point locking options.

Key features of ATDC’s folding security doors include marine grade aluminium construction for strength, excellent aesthetics and world class corrosion resistance; and ability to fold sideways almost entirely out of the way and out of sight when unlocked and open.

ATDC’s aluminium folding security doors are now sold in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth and Canberra as well as in all regional towns across the country including Newcastle, Geelong, Darwin, Townsville, Cairns and Hobart.

ATDC’s aluminium folding security doors are also being successfully exported to South East Asia, the Asia Pacific, the UAE and the Pacific Islands.