The SecureGrille security system provides exceptional protection at an affordable price. Manufactured using an extra heavy-duty aluminium frame with contoured face for improved strength and added style. The receiving channel is extra deep for additional security. All doors include a ‘triple’ locking system as standard, along with colour matching handles and fittings. SecureGrille security doors and security window screens are available with fibreglass flywire as standard or upgrade to midgee flywire, heavy duty flywire or restricted vision mesh.
SecureGrille is available in the following standard colours — all other colours are available at non-standard pricing.
Magnolia, White, White Birch, Doeskin, Brown, Anotec Dark Grey, Black, Anodised Bronze, Anodised Clear Cedar and Jarrah wood look colours.
SecureGrille hinged security doors are available as a single or double door (French door) configuration. All doors include three security hinges as standard These hinges are specifically designed for security doors. The locking mechanism used is called a “triple lock” system. This means that when you lock the door, either with the internal snib or using the key, the door locks at the bottom, centre and top providing maximum security. All SecureGrille hinged security doors also include a pneumatic door closer with speed adjustment and hold open facility.
SecureGrille hinged security doors are installed with colour matched fittings as standard.
Keep the unwanted as well as Flies and Mosquitoes Out with a SecureGrille Hinged Security Door.
The SecureGrille Security System is manufactured using 7 mm aluminium grille, secured to its heavy-duty frame. Ali SecureGrille hinged security doors are available with fibreglass flywire as standard or you can upgrade to Midgee Flywire, Heavy Duty Flywire or Restricted Vision Mesh.
Australian Standards forbid manufacturers and suppliers from labelling their products as security products unless they adhere to strict testing protocols. Therefore, hinged security doors must be rigorously tested and proven to withstand common break-in scenarios. These requirements are outlined in Australian Standards 5039 (manufacturing/features), 5040 (installation) and 5041 (testing methods). Such screens have undergone:
- Impact testing where a simulated intruder attempts at bashing the door
- Leverage testing attempts to open the door from its mountings
- Cutting and shearing tests on the aluminium grille.
SecureGrille hinged security doors have been independently tested and PASSED all Australian Standards as required to be classified as a security door. All our SecureGrille security doors are installed by a Licensed Security Installer who has also been police cleared.
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