Coiling doors provide security against entry as well as protection from weather at exterior and interior openings in industrial, commercial, institutional and other buildings. These doors are made from slats of formed galvanized steel, aluminum or stainless steel that roll up to store in a coil above an opening.
The flush hollow metal door or steel slab door is the most common commercial steel door and can be used for virtually any application, including industrial and commercial buildings.
TSS provides the non-residential construction industry with a full range of architectural premium and custom grade flush wood doors that are available in a variety of veneers and finishes.
As a known industry leader, we’re used to working with all types of customers - local or global, large or small. Exceptional quality is the foundation of our company, and is the driving force behind all decisions.
Anti Climb Gate is an electromechanical driven fast folding gate, consisting of two or four panels that open simultaneously on two sides. Each leaf is made up of a driven panel and follower panel.
Wedge barriers present maximum security against unauthorised vehicles of all sizes and weights for highly sensitive entry points. They are vehicle crash-tested to internationally accepted standards and feature a robust construction with heavy gauge material and high tensile steel.
Self-contained, prefabricated, pre-wired and UL-listed, the mail screening booth has been designed for inspectors to safely receive and open mail, isolating the rest of the staff and facility from exposure if bio-hazards are suspected.
Whether protecting personnel from bio or chemical hazards or unwanted access, at border and military installations to simply protecting people from the elements of the weather or providing an attractive and efficient booth to process tickets or parking demands, booths and shelters are ready for use and fully equipped to be installed in almost any location.
Ventilation isn’t a restriction. It's an opportunity. Architectural louvers let architects do what they’ve always wanted to: defy traditional airflow design conventions to achieve their true vision—without sacrificing performance.