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Supa Screen

Marine Grade Stainless

Diamond Grille

7mm Thick Grille

Fly Screens

Fibreglass Mesh

How to choose the right Security Screen or a Barrier Screen?

  • Safety First Choose a Security Screen with an Australian Standard label.
  • Decide the level of visibility you need
  • Choose colours and textures to suit your décor
  • Decide how much breeze or air flow you require into your space
  • Choose the right installer to install in accordance to Australian Standard AS5040.

 

Compliance and Australian Standard for Security Screens

 Our products are independently tested to ensure they meet ‘Australian Standards’ which include testing for the ability to withstand a certain level of impact.

  • Security Testing Australian Standard (AS5039-2008 & AS5041-2003) – Our products have passed the various regime of impact tests, jemmy and pull testing under this standard to test for the structural integrity of the product.
  • Impact Test (AS5039 – 2008) – The Impact Test is designed to simulate a physical attack such as kicking or using a heavy object to break the screen. To pass this test, the door or window screen must withstand a series of five impacts of 100J energy at a specified point, which our doors and windows did pass with ease.
  • Anti-Jemmy Test (AS5039 – 2008) – to pass the Jemmy test, the security doors must remain tightly secured when a lever is wedged to the door frame and the door’s lock and hinge, and strong mechanical force is applied. Our doors and windows passed this test with ease.
  • Pull Test (AS5039 – 2008) – The Pull Test can be performed if there is sufficient gap formed following the Jemmy Test. If no gap is achieved, there is no space to mount the Pull Test bracket. Since our products performed well in the preceding Jemmy Test, the Pull Test was not required to be done, which is an indication of the strength of our security doors and windows, which pass this test automatically.
  • Knife Shear Test (AS5039 – 2008) – To pass the test, the mesh must not allow the blade to make an incision greater than 150mm and is carried out by applying mechanical force with a heavy-duty knife three times, with a new blade each time.