Our range of security doors and window security screens includes Xceed perforated aluminium screens and SecureView 316 marine grade stainless steel mesh.
Xceed security screens are made from an extremely durable perforated aluminium sheet and extruded aluminium frame using a patented fixing method.
Wide range of features to meet Australian Standards
Wide range of door and window styles
Backed by a 7 year registered warranty
What’s in a Xceed security screen?
Perforated aluminium security screen mesh is a sheet of security grade hardened aluminium with evenly spaced holes punched through it. The perforated aluminium sheet used in our Xceed security screens is thinner and stronger than the commonly used architectural grade aluminium. Xceed perforated aluminium security mesh window and door security screens have a thickness of 1.6 mm with a hole aperture of 2.20mm providing great visibility and security. It also has the corrosion resistant properties of aluminium.
Security doors and screens assembled using a patented fixing system
Our security screen doors and security window screens use a patented bonded fixing system (incorporating 3M®’s High Performance VHB® Adhesive), which fixes the security mesh within the entire perimeter of the frame using VHB acrylic and a two-part chemical bonding fixing system. This chemical bonding is the same product used on commercial aircraft wings, skyscrapers and even the roof of T5 at Heathrow Airport, UK. This fixing system (developed by our supplier – CommandeX) was developed for its aesthetic and anti-corrosion qualities.
Colour match Security Screens to your home
Xceed secure screens are available in 28 standard colours including wood effect, or we can custom match the colour your choice from the Dulux® colour range. Try our colour visualiser for inspiration.
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 Xceed security doors and window screens passed the following Australian Standards 5039 tests as well as Aluminium Frame 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.
Secure doors, windows and more with our versatile security screens