At SP Screens, we have two security mesh options for our range of security doors and window security screens, SecureView and Xceed perforated aluminium sheet. SecureView is made from a thin, impenetrable mesh, providing ultimate security with clear unobstructed views.
Packed full of features
Wide range of styles
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What’s in a SecureView security screen?
Thinner, stronger security mesh
316 marine grade stainless steel is a higher grade than the lower cost 304 used in other products. This means the thinner mesh used in our window and door security screens provides ultimate security with clear unobstructed views. Using 316 marine grade stainless steel also means the mesh is corrosion resistant and is independently tested to pass a 1,000 hour neutral salt spray test. It is the ideal security mesh for the Australian coastline. We supply SecureView screen doors and window screens to customers from Wollongong to Brisbane.
Security doors and screens assembled using a patented fixing system
Our security screen doors and security window screens use a unique fixing method developed and patented by our supplier – CommandeX. This system eliminates the need for screws and rivets and maintains unsurpassed strength and durability. The fixing system was developed for its aesthetic and anti-corrosion qualities.
The system uses 3M VHBTM chemical bonding around the entire frame rather than rivets or screws fixing at spaced intervals. This chemical bonding is the same product used on commercial aircraft wings, skyscrapers and even the roof of T5 at Heathrow Airport, UK.
Colour match any SecureView Screen to your home
With over 26 stocked colours to choose from, we will help you select the right colour to blend seamlessly into your home. If your colour is not stocked, we can colour match to the Dulux® colour range. Simply chat to an SP Screens Sales Representative for advice on the best colour for your property or test drive our colour visualiser.
Independently tested to exceed Australian Standards
SP Screens is committed to excellence and our security screens are independently tested regularly to ensure the intrinsic strength and structural integrity of SecureView. Testing is conducted and certified by AZUMA Design & Testing, a NATA approved test lab using stringent testing procedures.
We’re delighted to say that SecureView security doors and window screens passed the following Australian Standards 5039 tests.
Knife Shear Test
*N/A due to hole aperture being far less than the test requirement
In the video below, we explain these tests in more detail.
SecureView has very cleverly designed a strong and versatile product to achieve security screen accreditation (AS 5039) and protect buildings in cyclone, fire and corrosion prone areas.
SecureView security screens surpasses additional testing to achieve:
Bushfire protection – Fire Attenuation (Bal) 12.5,19,29,40.
Cyclone Screen Test
1,000 Hour Neutral Salt Spray Tests
Aluminium Frame Tests
Stainless Mesh Tests
Secure doors, windows and more with our versatile security screens