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Standards

-Australian Standard AS5039-2008 & AS5041-2003 – Knife Shear Test 
Stainless Steel meshes 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.

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Australian Standard AS5039-2008 & AS5041-2003 – Grille Shear Test
Diamond Grilles are tested for material hardness under this standard, to ensure the force required to sever the cords of Diamond grilles meet or exceed the requirements of the standard.

- Australian Standard AS5039-2008 & AS5041-2003 – Security Testing
Joondalup 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.

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Australian Standard AS1530.4-2005, Appendix B7 – Fire Attenuation Test
316 Stainless Steel Security products have been tested in general accordance with this standard and when exposed to incident radiant heat  achieves a 41% reduction in the radiant heat flux between the inside and outside of the product. cheap oem software

-Australian Standard AS1530.8.1-2007 – Bushfire Test
316 Stainless Steel Security products have been tested under this standard and satisfied the requirements for Bushfire Attack Level (BAL) 40.

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Australian Standard AS1170.2-2002, Clause 5.3.2 – Cyclonic Missile Impacts
In cyclonic regions windows and doors may need to be protected from flying debris, 316 Stainless Steel Security products have been tested to this standard, resisting the 4kg, 100mm x 50mm timber travelling at 15m/s.

-Australian Standard AS1170.2-1989 – Cyclonic Missile ImpactsQLD Government, Design Guidelines for Aust. Public Cyclone Shelters, 2002. Department of Health, Western Australia Health Facility Guidelines for Engineering Services, 2006. 316 Stainless Steel Security products have also been tested to and satisfied the more onerous testing regime of this Standard. The same piece of timber is impacted into the screen at the faster speed of 20m/s followed by 8mm Steel balls at 30m/s followed by fatigue testing.