Great news for homeowners with ScreenGuard security product in their homes, with ScreenGuard mesh recently subjected to over 2,000 hours of salt spray testing with no signs of corrosion or defects.
One of the most important components in a security door or window screen is the type of mesh that is used. The ScreenGuard systems uses high quality 316 marine grade stainless steel, that only provides protection from intruders but also insects and corrosion.
Darley has previously conducted their own salt spray tests on ScreenGuard mesh, as part of the requirements of Australian Standard AS5039. During these tests, the mesh was tested and showed no signs of corrosion with over 1,000 hours of sale spray testing.
Dulux, a leading powdercoat supplier recently conducted their independent salt spray test on our ScreenGuard mesh. This test involves submerging a sample of the mesh into an enclosed chamber that simulates the atmospheric conditions of a marine environment with high temperatures, humidity, and salt concentration. The mesh sample was inspected at regular intervals for signs of corrosion.