AUSTRALIAN STANDARDS

PROMESH & GRIDLOC HAVE BEEN TESTED AND PASSED AUSTRALIAN STANDARDS

When it comes to the design and testing of our security products, we have taken every step to ensure that our doors, window screens, and other security products exceed all of the recommended Australian Standards.

Every single one of our products in the range has been designed with the security and safety of our end users in mind.

PROMESH and GRIDLOC products have be independently tested by Azuma Design which is one of Australia's largest privately-owned compliance testing and engineering companies.

Australian Standard AS5039 Security Screen Door and Security Window Grilles is the main product standard relating to Security Screens. This standard calls up AS5041 Methods of Test - Security Screen Doors and Window Grilles:

  • Dynamic Impact Test
  • Lock and Hinge Lever Test
  • Jemmy Test
  • Pull Test
  • Probe Test
  • Knife Shear Test
  • Salt Spray Test
  • Cyclone Impact Test
  • Window Protection Test
    Further information about the Australian Standards for security doors is available from Standards Australia Limited and SAI Global .
    Australian Standards
    Australian Standards Dynamic Impact Test

    DYNAMIC IMPACT TEST

    The Australian Standard Dynamic Impact Test was conducted on a PROMESH & GRIDLOC security door to assess its impact strength in case of an intruder attacking the door by kicking or hitting it.
    Australian Standards Lock & Hinge Test

    LOCK & HINGE TEST

    The Australian Standard Lock & Hinge Test was conducted on a PROMESH & GRIDLOC security door to assess if any vulnerability exists during a jemmy attack.
    Australian Standards Knife Shear Test

    KNIFE SHEAR TEST

    The Australian Standard Knife Shear Test was conducted on a PROMESH security door to assess its strength in case of an attempted knife attack on the 0.9mm stainless steel mesh.
    Australian Standards Salt Spray Test

    SALT SPRAY TEST

    The Australian Standard Salt Spray Test was performed on the PROMESH 0.9mm stainless steel mesh to determine its corrosion resistance.
    Australian Standards Window Protection Test

    WINDOW PROTECTION TEST

    The Australian Standard Window Protection Test is used to verify product performance claims for windows made from timber, aluminium, uPVC or other materials. PROMESH & GRIDLOC security screens were tested for their suitability as protection from the dangers of a child falling through an open window.
    Australian Standards Cyclone Missile Impact Test

    CYCLONE MISSILE IMPACT TEST

    The Australian Standard Cyclone Missile Impact Test was conducted on a PROMESH security screen, where a solid piece of hardwood was launched into the screen at very high speeds to determine its strength and suitability of use in cyclone prone areas.
    Australian Standards Bushfire Prone Areas Test

    BUSHFIRE PRONE AREAS TEST

    PROMESH security screens may be used in bushfire prone areas. The Australian Standard Bushfire Prone Areas Test prescribes the suitability of mesh used for screening of doors or windows to prevent an ember attack. The mesh must have an aperture size less than 2mm. PROMESH 0.9mm stainless steel mesh has an aperture of 1.64mm and meets the requirements of the standard for areas up to BAL-40.

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