Testing Services

Mechanical performance evaluation of components for building envelopes, framing and interior lining
Button coin cell batteries safety
Roof & Wall Cladding
Security Doors
Mechanical performance evaluation of ladders, racks, scaffolds and supports
Metal & Plastic Ladders
Scaffold Planks
Temporary Barriers
Temporary Fences
Timber Ladders
Insulated Glass Unit (IGU)
Evaluation of Argon Concentration
Evaluation of material absorbents
Evaluation of access protection products
Barriers, Balustrade, Guardrails
Testing Kit

AS5039 | Security Doors | NATA | Security Screen Doors and Security Window Grilles
AS5041 | Security Doors | NATA | Methods of Test – Security Screen Doors and Window Grilles

Azuma can now test both your security door and security window grills to the Australian standards “AS5039 Security Screen Doors and Security Grills” and “AS5041 Method of test – Security screen doors and window grills” in our NATA accredited facility. In our modern well design test rigs you can be assured that your product once tested and passed will meet the consumer’s needs for security products.

Therefore, giving you the manufacturer the edge when marketing against your competitors and the certainty that your designs will meet the test of time.

  • Dynamic Impact Test – This test simulates the effects of human impact against a security screen door or window grille by allowing a standardise weight to swing against the test specimen. The levels of dynamic impact energy required to be resisted by screen doors and window grills, are generated by raising the centre of gravity of the weight to predetermined heights above the impact plane before allowing it to swing freely towards the point of impact.
  • Jemmy test – This test simulates the effects of a jemmy attack against a security screen door or window grille by allowing a standardise narrow bladed screw driver to be inserted against the locking, fastening and hinging points, than a turning force is applied to those points via the screw driver.
  • Pull Test – This test simulates the effects of a pulling attack against a security screen door and window grille by allowing a direct force to be applied to the test specimen via a cable. The forces are applied at different angles and different levels depending upon the force location.
  • Probe Test – This test simulates the effects of a probe attack against a security screen door or window grille by allowing opposing forces to be applied to the chords of infill material in an attempt to separate the chords therefore allowing access of a hand or arm.
  • Shear Test – This test simulates the effects of a hard plier attack against a security screen door or window grille by allowing a single chord of the infill material to be fractured in a shearing tool.
  • Knife Shear Test – This test simulates the effects of a physical cutting attack against the infill material by allowing a standardise shearing tool to pass over the infill material a number of times under constant force.

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