Stainless Steel Security Screen
1) SUS 316 (marine grade) 0.0315 inch (0.8 mm) wire diameter, high tensile stainless steel 10.5 strands per linear inch weft and 11 strands per linear inch warp. The woven wire cloth according to ISO9044 / ASTM E2016-06 standards. The open area space for the mesh is 42.7% (with min. tensile strength > 800 lbs./linear inch).
2) The mesh is powder coated to Australian Standard (AS4506-2005 Metal Finishing for thermo set powder coating).
Used in producting security mesh that guards your house against theft.
This kind of wire mesh was submitted to Australian Engineering Laboratories, for testing AS:
1. Knife Shear Test AS5039, AS5041
Standardized compliance test for security doors and windows. A specifically selected knife is used to simulate an attack on the mesh, repeated 3 times, in a constant directional force. Vertical force 15kg (150N); horizontal force 35 kg (150N); at a velocity of 6 mm/second.
2. Dynamic Impact Test AS5039, AS5041
Another standardized compliance test applied to ensure impact resistance to the fixing system of a sash and panel components. The test comprises of a heavy bag (36-46 kg) swung to directly impact the mesh, repeated five times, in varying directions.
3. Jemmy Test AS5039, AS5041
A strength test designed to simulate attempted forced-entry by burglars and intruders using an implement to pry open doors and windows or break locks and hinges by applying leverage forces against the locking, fastening and hinging points.
4. Salt Spray Test ASTM B117
Corrosion resistance test for all metallic components. An accelerated climate machine (10,000 hours equivalency to 10 years) produces acorrosive attack on coated samples, accurately measuring the suitability and resistance of the protective finish to corrosive agents. Simulates exposure to coastal weather conditions.