Dynamic Impact Test
This Australian Standard test simulates a kick to a security screen door after it was found that grilles fitted to security screen doors were subject to impact breakage through kicking of the grille panel.
Lock and Hinge Lever Test
This tests the effects of a jemmy attack against a security screen door or window grille simulated by allowing a narrow-bladed lever to be inserted against the locking, fastening and hinging points.
Salt Spray Test
The Australian Standard Salt Spray Test is an inexpensive but effective means of comparing the relative corrosion resistance performance between competing systems.
Knife Shear Test
This test simulates a knife attack on Invisi-Gard as a burglar tries to cut through the screen. The test aims to recreate the effect of someone attacking your doors with a Stanley knife or similar.
One of the toughest tests of strength for a security system is the Cyclonic Missile Impact Test where a piece of hardwood is launched at the centre of the security screen up to a speed of 158km/hr.
Invisi-Gard will protect your property from floating embers preventing them passing through the screens and its fire attenuation properties will reduce the intensity of radiant heat flux.
The Invisi-Gard system which is a robust fire attenuation screening solution, has been combined with the Breezway Altair Louvre window system achieving a BAL40 level compliance.