Bushfire

If you live in a bushfire-prone area, consider materials in screens that have been tested to withstand these high temperatures and feature an aperture under 2mm such as Amplimesh® SupaScreen®.

Ensure your home is properly protected in the event of a bushfire

When building in a bushfire zone, screening operable glazed windows is mandatory for compliance with the building code. Depending on the glazed door product used in your home, it may also be necessary to screen glazed doors.

Amplimesh® SupaScreen® security screens have been tested and satisfy the requirements for Bushfire Attack Level including up to and including BAL-FZ. Both IntrudaGuard® and PrivacyGuard® can be used in areas up to and including BAL-29.

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Material

316 Marine Grade
Stainless Steel
(0.8mm high tensile)
970MPa

5052 Marine Grade
Aluminium Alloy
(1.2mm)

Aluminium (7mm)

Aluminium (1.2mm)

Warranty

16 year warranty,
Australia-wide

10 year warranty,
Australia-wide

N/A

7 year warranty,
Australia-wide

Viewing Angle

156 Degrees

119 Degrees

N/A

Restricted vision mesh

Screen Aperture

1.6mm

2.0mm

N/A***

4.0mm x 1.0mm

Ventilation – Air Flow

41%

40%

N/A3

10.8%

BAL Rating (Bushfire Attack Level)

BAL-40/BAL-FZ**

BAL-29

N/A***

BAL-29

Fall Prevention Suitable

***

Cyclonic Region Suitable

Australian Standard AS5039 Approved and Tested

Knife Shear Test Pass

Triple-lock locking system

Impact Resistant

UV Protection

Insect Protection*

*

*

***

*

Price Range

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