Roller Shutters

ADAXXA's range of stylish and attractive shutter boxes offer optimum security whilst enabling unrestricted viewing. These grilles ensure a visual deterrent to would-be thieves, who will find the resilient and tough structure not to their liking.

Often a burglar will gain entry to a property via a window or door. Once they have overcome any access control or perimeter security that is in place, a building becomes highly vulnerable. Utilising equipment such as security grilles offers one particularly robust way of preventing an intruder accessing a building.

Our physical security products have been utilised by clients in a wide variety of market sectors, although typically we install grilles and gates for retail and shopping centres, local authority offices, health centres and car/commercial showrooms.

Our products are available in a range of coloured finishes made suitable to fit into your existing corporate image.

Fact

Two men have been spared jail after a farmer died when he was crushed under a half-tonne door that had been badly installed.

Robert Ireland, 71, died from multiple injuries at his farm when a recently-fitted roller-shutter door fell from its mountings.

An investigation was launched by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), which brought a prosecution against the owner of the firm who supplied the door and the fitter.
A court heard that Paul Halliwell, of Beaufort Road, Stockport, who has since wound up his company Easydoor, admitted a single charge under the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974.

Fitter David Whittaker, of Bradley Green Road, Hyde, also pleaded guilty to one charge under the same legislation.

Bradford Crown Court heard Mr Ireland died from multiple injuries at Manor Wold Farm in East Heslerton, North Yorkshire, on October 28, 2010.

The court was told that Mr Ireland had the roller shutter door installed in July 2010 by Mr Whittaker, who had 18 years’ experience at the time, assisted by a trainee.
When Mr Ireland tried to open the door during the incident it fell 14ft to the ground from its mountings, pinning him underneath.

Full Story: http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/stockport-boss-spared-jail-after-2769129