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AS 5039-2008

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Security screen doors and security window grilles

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Hardcopy , PDF 1 User , PDF 3 Users , PDF 5 Users , PDF 9 Users

Superseded date

11-28-2023

Language(s)

English

Published date

05-19-2008

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1 - AS 5039-2008 SECURITY SCREEN DOORS AND SECURITY WINDOW GRILLES
4 - PREFACE
5 - CONTENTS
6 - FOREWORD
8 - 1 SCOPE
8 - 2 APPLICATION
8 - 3 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
9 - 4 DEFINITIONS
9 - 4.1 Deadlatching bolt
9 - 4.2 Deadlocking latch bolt
9 - 4.3 Door frame
9 - 4.4 Framing section
9 - 4.5 Infill
9 - 4.6 Interlock
10 - 4.7 Joiner/Jointer
10 - 4.8 Key
10 - 4.9 Mullion
10 - 4.10 Rebate
10 - 4.11 Recognized testing authority
10 - 4.12 Regulatory authority
10 - 4.13 Reveal
10 - 4.14 Sash, fixed
10 - 4.15 Sash, operating
10 - 4.16 Security screen door
10 - 4.17 Security window grille
10 - 4.18 Transom
10 - 4.19 Type test
10 - 4.20 Window frame
11 - 5 CLASSIFICATION OF SECURITY SCREEN DOORS AND WINDOW GRILLES
11 - 5.1 General
11 - 5.2 Types (applicable to security screen doors and window grilles)
15 - 5.3 Classes (applicable only to window grilles)
15 - 6 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
15 - 6.1 Galvanic compatibility
16 - 6.2 Corrosion protection
16 - 6.2.1 General
16 - 6.2.2 Testing requirements
16 - 6.2.3 Deemed-to-satisfy provisions
16 - 6.3 Infill material
16 - 6.3.1 General
16 - 6.3.2 Type I infill material
17 - 6.4 Hinges
17 - 6.5 Locks
17 - 6.5.1 General
17 - 6.5.2 Not accessible from outside
17 - 6.5.3 Accessible from outside
18 - 6.6 Lock fitting
18 - 6.7 Rivets
18 - 6.8 Accessible fastening devices
18 - 6.9 Dimensions of door leafs
18 - 7 PERFORMANCE
18 - 7.1 General
19 - 7.2 Dynamic impact test
20 - 7.3 Jemmy test
20 - 7.4 Pull test
20 - 7.5 Probe test
21 - 7.6 Shear test
21 - 7.7 Knife shear test
21 - 8 MARKING
21 - 9 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
22 - APPENDIX A - MEANS OF DEMONSTRATING COMPLIANCE WITH THIS STANDARD
22 - A1 SCOPE
22 - A2 STATISTICAL SAMPLING
22 - A3 PRODUCT CERTIFICATION
23 - A4 SUPPLIER’S QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
23 - A5 OTHER MEANS OF ASSESSMENT
24 - APPENDIX B - TEST SEQUENCE FLOW CHARTS
27 - APPENDIX C - IDENTIFICATION DETAILS AND TEST REPORT
56 - APPENDIX D - MARKING

Sets out the requirements for the performance of hinged and sliding security screen doors and security window grilles used primarily in residential situations.

This Standard specifies requirements for the performance of all types of hinged and sliding security screen doors and hinged, sliding, removable and fixed security window grilles used primarily in residential situations. This Standard is concerned mainly with resistance to forced entry and does not address the important issues relating to egress in the case of emergency. The Standard covers movable and removable security window grilles that can be used in such instances.NOTES:1 Alternative methods for determining compliance with this Standard are given in Appendix A.2 The effectiveness of security screen doors or window grilles is dependent on the strength of the screen and grille and the adequacy of its installation in its surrounds. For information on installation, see the Foreword and AS 5040. 3 Double-leaf doors may be constructed and tested in accordance with this Standard, and reported accordingly in consultation with the testing authority.

Committee
CS-023
DevelopmentNote
Standard has been given Pending revision status.
DocumentType
Standard
ISBN
0 7337 8644 8
Pages
50
ProductNote
Pending Revision indicates that as a result of the Aged Standards review process, the document needs updating. If no project proposal, meeting the quality criteria, is received within the 12 month timeframe, the document shall be withdrawn.
PublisherName
Standards Australia
Status
Superseded
SupersededBy
Supersedes

Originated as Part of AS 2803-1985, AS/NZS 2803.2:1995, AS/NZS 4483.1:1997, AS/ZS 4483.2:1999 and AS/NZS 4604:1999.Previous editions AS/NZS 2803.1:1994, AS/NZS 2803.2:1995, AS/NZS 4483.1:1999, AS/NZS 4483.2:1999 and AS/NZS 4604:1999.AS/NZS 2803.1:1994, AS/NZS 2803.2:1995, AS/NZS 4483.1:1999, AS/NZS 4483.2:1999 and AS/NZS 4604:1999 revised, amalgamated and redesignated in part as AS 5039-2003.Second edition 2008. Originated as Part of AS 2803-1985, AS/NZS 2803.2:1995, AS/NZS 4483.1:1997, AS/ZS 4483.2:1999 and AS/NZS 4604:1999. Previous editions AS/NZS 2803.1:1994, AS/NZS 2803.2:1995, AS/NZS 4483.1:1999, AS/NZS 4483.2:1999 and AS/NZS 4604:1999. AS/NZS 2803.1:1994, AS/NZS 2803.2:1995, AS/NZS 4483.1:1999, AS/NZS 4483.2:1999 and AS/NZS 4604:1999 revised, amalgamated and redesignated in part as AS 5039-2003. Second edition 2008.

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