Titan Security Window Screens offer an entirely new class of window screen. Built to address an array of needs simultaneously, these screens are ideally suited for customers looking for enhanced security, curb appeal, and reduced maintenance through a high-quality product that does not compromise functionality or visibility. Designed to offer complete security of for your home while maximizing airflow, blocking 60% of UV rays, and eliminating the need of for unsightly security bars and panels, Titan’s Security Window Screens are the obvious choice to safeguard any window opening.
Tested to exceed International Building Code (IBC) standards for dynamic impact, knife shear, and jimmy pry bar*, our Titan security screens feature Meshtec Stainless Steel Security Mesh. The marine grade 316 stainless steel mesh is .8mm diameter that provides ultra-high tensile wire**. The superior mesh is further coated by a proprietary pretreatment before receiving a powder coat paint that exceeds 10,000+ hour salt spray corrosion standards. These doors are built to stand the test of time in our extremely harsh, moist, and salty environment.
*The dynamic impact simulates human impact on the screen. The mesh is subjected to impact and there can be no more than 150 mm permanent deflection and no breach after 5 impacts. This impact energy is measured in joules and it is tested with an impact of 100 joules (100 newtons of force from one meter). A newton is the force required to accelerate a one-kilogram mass to one meter per second per second. The knife shear tests to determine the resistance to a heavy-duty trimming knife. The force is 150 newtons vertically and up to 350 newtons horizontally at a draw speed of 6 mm per second. There can be no more than 150 mm of penetration after 3 strokes. The jimmy pry bar test determines the resistance of the window screens to lever forces. Varying levels of force are applied to the top, bottom and center. To pass, there can be no more than 150 mm gap.
**Tensile Strength is the property of a material to resist breaking when subjected to force that pulls apart or tears a substance. It is the maximum amount of tensile stress that the material, wire mesh in our case, can withstand before failure – breaking. This strength is measured in Megapascals (MPa) which is the unit of pressure in the International System of Units. It has largely replaced pounds per square inch in the United States. The security mesh has a minimum 900 MPa.
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Designs and Colors:
Choose from 3 dependable designs and 16 dynamic frame colors to allow for optimized functionality and personalized customization of your space. Full size displays of all three models are available at our Mapunapuna location:
Beige Hammer, Black, Blue Hammertone, Copperclad, Desert Sand, Forest Green, Red Hammertone, Royal Brown, Silverado, Terra Beige, White, Wineberry, Almond (Matte), Bronze (Matte), White (Matte), Desert Sand (Matte)