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Supascreen® Hinged Security Doors

Hinged Doors

Amplimesh® hinged security screen doors offer the comfort of fresh air flowing through your home with clear and unobstructed outdoor views. Our SupaScreen hinged screen doors keep intruders out and your family safe with our range of durable stainless steel mesh security doors.

Security screen doors offer a simple solution for a front door or smaller entranceway. Designed to suit your lifestyle and budget, our hinged screen doors have been trusted by over 2 million Australian customers.

Exceeding Australian Security Standards

Security Testing

(AS5039-2008 & AS5041-2003)

Amplimesh® SupaScreen® Stainless Steel and IntrudaGuard® Aluminium security products are subjected to a rigorous regime of impact tests, jemmy attacks and pull testing under this standard, to ensure that the inherent strength and structural integrity of the manufactured security product is maintained.

Performance Testing

(Australian Standard AS5041)

The dynamic impact test was created to imitate an intruder attempting to kick, shoulder or otherwise force their way through the screen. The accepted and standardised test to replicate this is five 100 joule impacts (Energy).

Knife Shear Test

(Australian Standard AS5039-2008 & AS5041-2003)

SupaScreen® Stainless Steel and IntrudaGuard® Aluminium security products are tested for material hardness and tensile strength by subjecting the mesh to a standardised physical cutting attack, which draws a knife over the mesh a number of times.

Fire Attenuation Test

(Australian Standard AS1530.4-2005, Appendix B7)

SupaScreen® Stainless Steel security products have been tested in general accordance with this standard and when exposed to incident radiant heat SupaScreen® achieves a 59% reduction in the radiant heat flux between the inside and outside of the product.

Bushfire Compliance

(Australian Standard AS1530.8.1-2007)

SupaScreen® security screens have been tested under this standard and satisfied the requirements for Bushfire Attack Level (BAL) 40.

Cyclone Missile Impacts

(Australian Standard AS1170.2-2011)

In cyclonic regions glazed windows and doors may need to be protected from flying debris. SupaScreen® Stainless Steel security products have been tested to resist a 4kg, 100mm x 50mm timber travelling at 34m/s fired from an air canon. The screen is then shot an additional five times with 8mm steel ball bearings, shot into the screen at the same speed.

Energy & UV

(Tested under the Window Energy Rating Scheme)

Screens are a useful tool to give a home Natural Cross Flow Ventilation and keep air-con costs down but they can also reduce solar heat and UV light out during summer periods, and help reduce heat loss during winter. The Window Energy Rating Scheme also known as ‘WERS’ independently tests the reduction in solar heat and damaging UV light across a range of typical glazed scenarios found in windows at Australian residences.

Our range

View and compare our range of security and screening products.


316 Marine Grade
Stainless Steel
(0.8mm high tensile)

5052 Marine Grade
Aluminium Alloy

Aluminium (1.2mm)

Aluminium (7mm)

High Tensile Stainless Steel


16 year warranty,

10 year warranty,

7 year warranty,


16 year warranty

Viewing Angle

156 Degrees

119 Degrees

Restricted vision mesh


156 Degrees

Screen Aperture



4.0mm x 1.0mm


1.6mm / 2.4mm

Ventilation – Air Flow






BAL Rating (Bushfire Attack Level)






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






* Insect or security mesh provides an effective barrier to insects larger than the stated aperture of the mesh. Insects smaller than the stated aperture may not be impeded.

** Bushfire Testing for SupaScreen® (Australian Standard AS3959-2018). SupaScreen® has been independently tested to meet the requirements for BAL-40 (Bushfire Attack Level). When used in bushfire prone areas rated BAL-FZ SupaScreen® must be used in conjunction with a window that has an FRL of at least -/30/- or in accordance with AS1530.8.2.

*** Dependant on mesh used with Diamond Grille.

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Technical specs

Produced with only the highest quality materials and rigorously tested at our NATA approved facility Amplimesh® SupaScreen® security screens are designed to withstand even the most aggressive would-be intruder, and everything nature can throw at them to boot.

For over 50 years, Amplimesh® security screen doors and windows have been tested in some of Australia’s harshest climactic conditions including surpassing an 8000hrs acetic acid salt spray milestone, an equivalent of over 25 years of usage.

Amplimesh® security screens are assembled into high quality door and window frames using our Amplimesh® patented ‘pressure fit’ mesh retaining system technology. This system prevents the door frame material from coming into contact with the stainless steel or aluminium security screens, thereby resisting galvanic corrosion and increasing the overall lifespan of your security screen product.

The Amplimesh® ‘pressure fit’ system uses no glue and has no visible fixings, giving your door/window a designer look and feel. No screws or clamps penetrate through the face of the security screen mesh, keeping the face of your security screen uncompromised. A dual purpose PVC ‘wrap around’ pressure fit co-extrusion allows for mesh retention and provides the ultimate protection from dissimilar metals coming into contact.

Amplimesh security doors use heavy duty aluminium frames

Once the pieces are assembled, screws hold the frame together, holding the security screen firmly in place.

The Amplimesh patented “pressure fit” mesh retaining system keeps the security mesh tightly in place whilst preventing the door frame and screen from coming into direct contact.

By default, all Amplimesh security screen doors are fitted with a triple locking system, which fastens the door to the frame and three points.

Care & maintenance

The finishes that are applied to Amplimesh® products are of high quality and are extremely durable and weather resistant. Like all fixtures around the home some maintenance is required to preserve the original appearance of the product.

The finishes that are applied to Amplimesh® products are of high quality and are extremely durable and weather resistant. Like all fixtures around the home, maintenance is required to preserve the original appearance of the product.

Surfaces should be kept clean by prompt removal of all dust, dirt, grime and any foreign matter using a soft sponge with clean water and a small amount of mild detergent. Thoroughly wash off any residue of detergent with clean water.

Do not under any circumstances use an abrasive cleaning agent (Ajax or similar) or cleaning material (such as steel wool).

If small scratches occur, they can be buffed out using a good quality car polish.

Frequency of cleaning is largely dependent on the location of the building. In most circumstances, cleaning may be carried out every 3-4 months.

Amplimesh® products installed close to more severe conditions, such as marine or industrial environments, should be cleaned every 2-4 weeks.

To maintain an ultra-clear view through your security screens, we recommend using our Amplimesh® Organic Security Door & Screen Cleaner, available through your local Amplimesh® Dealer.

Warranty information

We’re so sure of the quality of our SupaScreen® security screen doors that we’ve backed them by a comprehensive 16 year warranty.

As with all commercial warranties, your Amplimesh® security screen door or window screen must be cared for with regular cleaning and maintenance. Giving your screen a little love and attention every few months will not only maintain your warranty but will keep your screen looking great and performing at maximum efficiency.

Case studies

Bridge walkway at East Perth Station.

Above and Beyond


A SupaScreen® for Coastal Residences