There are several different types of mesh, all made for specific purposes. The mesh options for your screens include:
Diamond Grille Mesh
The Diamond Grille is made of aluminium and is 7mm thick. It is corrosion resistant. The grille fits into a channel in the aluminium frame and is pop riveted at regular intervals to secure it in place. It is normally used with fibre glass fly mesh for a value for money, reliable product. For more information and pictures go to the Diamond Grille Screens page.
INVISI-GARD uses a 316 marine grade stainless steel mesh that is pre-treated for corrosion resistance and then powder coated black. It is an attractive security solution that allows clear views and will last for years to come.
With a 1.6mm aperture and made of stainless steel, this product rates for bush fires.
This mesh is a rigid, stronger mesh. It can still be cut with a stanley knife but not as easily as fibreglass mesh.
Aluminium mesh is often used in bush fire areas.
A stronger, thicker mesh that gives a little. It is ideal for families with pets or in high traffic areas.
This mesh is not suitable in a bush fire prone area.
Sandfly mesh has a smaller aperture to ensure those tiny, pesty bugs stay out too!
This mesh is often used on the islands.
One Way Vision Mesh
This is a privacy mesh used in a security window or door frame. It allows you to see out, but reduces the visibility into your house from the outside.
One way vision mesh is not considered to be a security product. It is often used in conjunction with the diamond grille, or the colonial cast panel for one way vision on front screen doors.