Prowler Proof’s Heritage doors add a touch of style to any doorway.
If you are looking for more than a simple Insect screen, the heritage series of screens from Prowler Proof might be just what you are looking
for, while not a security screen, these doors do perform well as a barrier when fitted with a Lockwood lock, and look great while doing it!
Like all Prowler Proof products the Frame is CNC cut and robotically welded before passing through their unique 7 Stage Powder coating plant.
This ensures a beautifully seamless screen with exceptional corrosion resistance, for years of good looking style on your home.
There are a wide range of designs to choose from...all designs are available in 50 standard colours and more than 250 other colour options.
There is sure to be a Heritage design to suit your home.
A single door panel that swings on hinges mounted on the left or right side of the door jamb.
A pair of adjoining doors that swing on hinges mounted on opposite sides of the door jamb, opening in the middle.
Single Sliding Door
A door that slides across an opening.
Heritage Gauze Options
Aluminium Insect Gauze
Durable and suitable for use in bushfire prone areas up to BAL 29. Aperture (hole size) 1.13mm x 1.41mm. Colour: Charcoal.
Fibreglass Insect Gauze
Available as standard. The aperture (hole size) is 1.13mm x 1.13mm. Colour: Charcoal.
Micro Mesh Gauze
Fibreglass mesh with smaller aperture (hole size) to prevent even the tiniest intruders – 0.94mm x 0.94mm. Colour: Charcoal.
Pet Proof Gauze
Vinyl coated polyester mesh ideal for applications where pet claws are a problem. Aperture (hole size) is 1.70mm x 1.10mm. Colour:
Provides privacy for those inside the home, as it restricts the view from outside looking in.
Stainless Steel Insect Gauze
Corrosion resistant and suitable for use in bushfire prone areas up to BAL 40. Aperture (hole size) is 1.18mm x 1.36mm. Colour:
Black epoxy coated.
Prowler Proof Heritage design doors are made with rust-free cast aluminium panels which are welded on all contact points to a heavy duty aluminium
frame. The standard insect gauze is high quality, long lasting fibreglass with small openings and great visibility. But you have a wide
range of gauze options to choose from – Prowler Proof Heritage design doors can even be delivered with stainless steel gauze for bushfire
Bushfire prone zones require that openable windows must be screened with corrosion-resistant steel, bronze or aluminium mesh with
an opening of less than 2 mm x 2 mm (AS 3959-2009). The fire attenuation test (FS 4302/3572) shows the reduction in radiant heat
flux level provided by the screen.
Whenever two different metals interact there is a risk of corrosion. The tests (AS 2331.3.2 and AS 2331.3.1) to show corrosion-resistance
are the acetic acid salt spray test and neutral salt spray test.
The mosquito protection test tests a screens ability to keep mosquitoes out over an extended period of time.
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