All designs have been put through the Australian Standards Security Test (AS 5039) and passed with ease. The 1,000 hour salt spray tests (AS 2331) are no match either. Even though they take place in an enclosed chamber at +35º C and almost 100% humidity with a solution saltier than sea water. You won't find a stronger diamond design security screen on the Australian market.
The Australian Standards test consists of six separate tests that all have to be passed by the same test sample. The tests include dynamic impact test, jemmy test, pull test, probe test, shear test and knife shear test.Learn more
Bushfire prone zones require that openable windows must be screened with corrosion-resistant steel, bronze or aluminium mesh with an opening of less than 2 mm x 2 mm. The fire attenuation test shows the reduction in radiant heat flux level provided by the screen.Learn more
Whenever two different metals interact there is a risk of corrosion. The tests to show corrosion-resistance are the acetic acid salt spray test and neutral salt spray test.Learn more
The mosquito protection test tests a screens ability to keep mosquitoes out over an extended period of time.Learn more
Allow unassisted access for pets or people, through the addition of optional access control accessories, such as keying locks alike, pet doors for family pets and solid panels for easier wheelchair accessibility.Learn more
The National Construction Code (NCC) requires that window openings be either restricted or screened, in certain circumstances, to prevent children falling. Screens that resist an outward horizontal action of 250 N meet the code and mean that window restrictors, that prevent the window being open more than 125mm, can be removed.Learn more