Concertina Security Screens Now With Retractable Flyscreen
The Australian Trellis Door Co. (ATDC) has recently successfully adapted a retractable flyscreen to its concertina security screens. This innovative idea meets a growing customer demand for ATDC's security screens to provide formidable security screens while also providing protection from insects and other vermin.
It has been a perennial challenge for ATDC engineers, trying to successfully adapt flyscreen mesh to collapsible style security screens due to the potential of the insect screen mesh becoming intertwined among all the moving parts of the security screens. ATDC has overcome these issues by utilising a high quality spring loaded flyscreen, which retracts in tandem with the security screens and slides along a fully captive extruded aluminium top and bottom track, rolling into a concealed slimline pelmet box on the side of the opening. These insect screens are similar in colour to the security screens and so are almost invisible and unnoticeable, blending into the surroundings.
Typical domestic applications for ATDC’s security screens include securing sliding glass doors, patio doors, alcoves, carports, French doors, windows, passageways, front doors and bifold glass doors.
KEY FEATURES of ATDC SECURITY SCREENS
- Fold out of sight when not in use behind curtains or blinds so as to be practically invisible
- When locked, they permit maximum sunlight to filter into the room they're securing, allowing the free flow of fresh air and ventilation, keeping the room light, fresh, bright and breezy, and preventing flies and other insects from entering the premises through the screen.
- Precision engineered from marine grade aluminium or toughened steel
- Have multi point locking options, full frames for extra strength and either stainless steel or brass rivets, providing that extra level of home security.
ATDC’s security screens are now sold in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Canberra, Newcastle, Geelong, Townsville and in all other regional towns and centres across Australia.
For more information, visit ATDC’s website or contact us on 1800 657 435 from anywhere in Australia.