Perforated Mesh doors

From Our Factory Floor to Your Window or Door

Highly resistant to corrosion, Perforated Mesh doors boast excellent direct clarity of vision and are a cost-effective alternative to Screenguard.

Designed for the Australian climate, Perforated Mesh utilises a strong perforated aluminium sheet that is riveted to the door frame via an aluminium infill retention system. Cover strips neatly conceal the rivets and provide the finishing touches to this modern screening solution.

  • Modern screening choice for hinged and sliding doors

  • Available as a window grille option

  • Made from strong 1.6mm thick perforated aluminium mesh

  • Excellent direct clarity of vision

  • Easy to clean

  • Permits good air flow

More information on Perforated Mesh can be found here.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the warranty on Perforated Mesh?

All Perforated Mesh products carry a 7 year warranty.

What makes perforated mesh different?

Perforated mesh is made from 1.6mm aluminium that has round circular holes, whereas stainless-steel mesh is made from a woven strand with square holes. Whilst perforated mesh might not have as good visibility as stainless-steel mesh, it is however, more rigid and has less flex than stainless steel mesh.

How do I clean Perforated Mesh?

Use clean, warm water mixed with a mild detergent and soft bristled brush to gently wash your Perforated Mesh products. Rinse well with clean water and ensure all residue is removed.

What is the BAL rating on Perforated Mesh?

Perforated Mesh carries a fire rating of BAL29.

What colours does Perforated Mesh come in?

The mesh on Perforated Mesh is available in black only. The door frame, however, comes in several standard colours and can be powder-coated in any other colour or matched to resemble a timber-look finish.

Can you install a pet door in Perforated Mesh?

Yes, we can install a pet door in Perforated Mesh. You can view our range of pet doors.

Will Perforated Mesh stop intruders from breaking in?

PerfGuard is a certified system that when fitted with a three-point lock passes the Australian Standard AS5039/5041 – a test designed to simulate an attack. Included in this test are a Knife Shear Test, Dynamic Impact Test, Anti-Jemmy Test, and Pull Test.

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