What Mesh is Used for Security Doors?

Woven stainless steel is a type of mesh made up of stainless steel threads woven together, resembling a chessboard. It is the most common type of mesh used in mosquito nets, diamond grids, and colonial-cast security screens. It is soft and flexible, has a tight fabric, and is resistant to rust, rot, and corrosion. Aerometallic mesh is highly resistant to corrosion, abrasion, and oxidation, making it an ideal material for mosquito nets and security doors.

The stainless steel safety wire mesh provides superior strength and safety while allowing for greater visibility and airflow. Steel is the most common material used for security doors found at Home Depot or Lowes. Domine stainless steel safety mosquito nets are also widely used on doors and windows to provide protection for you and your family. Door security screens made of high-strength AISI316 stainless steel wire coated with black epoxy powder are difficult to cut or break.

We offer quality custom-made security doors and mosquito nets in the northern suburbs of Melbourne. The stainless steel mesh for security doors is made of high-strength stainless steel wire (304 or 31 plain fabric), providing a flat surface and excellent protection against fire, knives, mosquitoes, flies, and intruders.