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Australian Trellis Door Company’s security screens installed at Ferrari Showroom

The Australian Trellis Door Company’s FC1 wide panel folding door was installed at the Ferrari Showroom at the Star Casino in Sydney.

The project required a smart, elegant, corporate looking folding door system that would complement the prestigious Ferrari brand image without a high cost.

The door system was required to span a multi-curved 44 metre wide retail frontage at three metres in height, which folded back to occupy a minimum amount of storage space when unlocked and opened during trading hours. It was also required to provide maximum visual display of the cars when closed.

The 300mm wide panel door system was chosen for its heavy duty top track, heavy duty industrial grade top roller wheels and interlocking heavy duty hinges that provide a low friction, easy operation despite the expansive size of the door. The folding doors are coated in a natural anodised finish.


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