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play in youtubeANTI-JEMMY TEST – AS 5039

ANTI-JEMMY TEST – AS 5039

The S03 and S06 trellis doors passed this test by withstanding a force of 450N being applied to its locking style. i.e. the same effect as an intruder attempting to lever open our 3-point locking system.

play in youtubeDYNAMIC IMPACT TEST – AS 5039

DYNAMIC IMPACT TEST – AS 5039

The S03 and S06 trellis doors passed this test by withstanding a repeated impact force of 100 joules from a 40kg lead ball i.e. the same effect as an intruder attempting to kick his way through the security door.

play in youtubePULL TEST – AS 5039

PULL TEST – AS 5039

The S03 and S06 trellis doors passed this test by withstanding a repeated pulling force of up to 2kN i.e. the same effect as an intruder attempting to pull out the security door or window.

play in youtubeOH&S RISK ASSESSMENT – WHS REGULATION 2001.5

OH&S RISK ASSESSMENT – WHS REGULATION 2001.5

To identify and mitigate risks to health and safety to assist in identifying safety hazards related to the supply and use of the S04-1 mobile trackless trellis barrier.

play in youtubeCOMPLIANCE WITH D1/D2 OF THE BCA – EMERGENCY EGRESS

COMPLIANCE WITH D1/D2 OF THE BCA – EMERGENCY EGRESS

Our trellis doors have been reviewed against the relevant Deemed-to-Satisfy provisions of Part D1 & D2: Construction of Exits of the BCA 2011 pertaining to its use an egress door.

play in youtubeCLIMBING TEST/TEMP FENCING – AS 4687

CLIMBING TEST/TEMP FENCING – AS 4687

The S04-1 & S04-1 Double Diamond Barriers (when locked onto columns each end) passed this test by remaining upright while a weight of 65kg was suspended from it.

play in youtubeIMPACT TEST/TEMP FENCING – AS 4687

IMPACT TEST/TEMP FENCING – AS 4687

The S04-1 & S04-1 Double Diamond Barriers (when locked onto columns each end) passed this test by with-standing a repeated impact force of 150 joules from a 37kg impact .

play in youtubeFOOTHOLD APERTURE TEST/TEMP FENCING – AS 4687

FOOTHOLD APERTURE TEST/TEMP FENCING – AS 4687

The S04-1 & S04-1 Double Diamond Barriers (when locked onto columns each end) passed the Downward Load Test (i.e. withstands downward force of 1,000N).

play in youtubeWIND OVERTURN TEST/TEMP FENCING – AS 4687

WIND OVERTURN TEST/TEMP FENCING – AS 4687

Wind speeds could not be achieved due to the physical nature of the product. The fan used in the test rig reached its maximum output of 50 Hz.

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HOW TO INSTALL AN XPANDA SECURITY GATE
How to install a Xpanda security gate in less than 5 minutes. fold away window and door security gates can be easily installed with some basic tools and skill level.
EXPANDA AV WALL SECURITY
Watch how easy it is to use a Trellis Security Grille in an otherwise cramped retail setting.
HOW TO SECURE STORE FRONT DOORS
See how easy it is to use Trellis Security Door and how it swings away to take up practically no space at all during the day.
MOBILE SECURITY BARRIER
Mobile Trellis Doors-ATDC’s trackless,portable,easy to manoeuvre safety barrier can span any width opening.

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