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WE of­ten worry of un­wanted “guests” like in­trud­ers, stray an­i­mals and pesky in­sects that af­fect se­cu­rity and health. Ma­jestec Premium Se­cu­rity Doors and Win­dows are very ef­fec­tive in main­tain­ing se­cu­rity while al­low­ing clear vision and ven­ti­la­tion.

Ma­jestec Se­cu­rity Screens of­fer your home se­cu­rity, in­sect screens, ven­ti­la­tion and clear vision. This aes­thetic and func­tional prod­uct is of Aus­tralian in­ge­nu­ity. Ma­jestec’s clear vision se­cu­rity screens use the lat­est in Ja­panese high- ten­sile wire ma­te­ri­als in­ter­wo­ven in- house into strong stain­less steel mesh for max­i­mum strength.

The screens al­low free flow of fresh air into your home, nat­u­rally cool­ing your liv­ing space. This also re­duces en­ergy con­sump­tion. At night, win­dows can be left open with­out any wor­ries. The high­t­en­sile mesh is ex­tremely re­silient, al­most im­pos­si­ble to cut or break through.

Ma­jestec prod­ucts have been tested and sur­passed stan­dards for im­pact re­sis­tance, point load test, knife shear, jimmy and pull tests. It also pro­tects glass and tim­ber doors from break­age and dam­age. Ma­jestec prod­ucts have met the re­quire­ments of Aus­tralia and Malaysia Sirim Stan­dard ( AS 5039: 2008) for se­cu­rity screen doors and win­dow grilles. Due to its fine mesh, the al­most in­vis­i­ble screens al­low you a clear view of the out­doors with­out com­pro­mis­ing the ap­pear­ance and se­cu­rity of your home. In emer­gency, locks and han­dles are spe­cially de­signed to be eas­ily re­leased from the inside. Win­dow locks and re­mov­able han­dles are also avail­able.

In high- rise build­ings, a higher con­cen­tra­tion of oc­cu­pants, prox­im­ity to mass tran­sit fa­cil­i­ties and easy ac­cess put oc­cu­pants and prop­erty at risk. Now with Ma­jestec, unau­tho­rised ac­cess can be min­imised with­out com­pro­mis­ing ven­ti­la­tion or views. Ma­jestec prod­ucts are an ex­cel­lent com­bi­na­tion of grilles and in­sect screens while be­ing easy on the eye.

Ma­jestec se­cu­rity screens are cus­tom- made and come in a va­ri­ety of colours. The frames are pow­der- coated to ful­fil a prod­uct life­time of over 10 years.

Made of marine- grade steel, the mesh is rust­proof. It also re­quires very low main­te­nance – just wipe with a damp cloth or flush with wa­ter then wipe dry.

Its frames are made of heavy­duty alu­minium and Ma­jestec’s prod­uct devel­op­ment team can cus­tom- de­sign its prod­ucts to meet all your ar­chi­tec­tural de­sign and se­cu­rity re­quire­ments.

Ma­jestec’s prod­uct range in­cludes awning win­dows, case­ment win­dows, hinged doors, French doors, bi- fold doors, slid­ing doors and win­dows, stacker doors, fixed pan­els, pool fenc­ing and balustrades and fire es­capes as well as curved and tri­an­gu­lar pan­els.

When choos­ing an im­por­tant com­po­nent of home se­cu­rity, one should check for proof of claims made by the sell­ers. Ma­jestec has spent con­sid­er­able re­sources on en­gi­neer­ing its prod­ucts to pass the many tests they are sub­jected to.

Ma­jestec holds sev­eral patents for its fix­ing sys­tem of bind­ing the stain­less steel mesh to the frames. The pan­els have been tested to with­stand forces up to 1,100kg. It is no won­der that even Sin­ga­pore’s Changi Air­port used Ma­jestec in the ren­o­va­tion of Ter­mi­nal One.

Ma­jestec prod­ucts are sold all over the world, in­clud­ing Aus­tralia, South Africa and the United States. All these coun­tries re­quire a prod­uct to be sub­jected to strin­gent test­ing be­fore be­ing sold to the pub­lic.

Visit Ma­jestec’s show­room at The Curve Shop­ping Mall, Lot 219B, 2nd Floor, Jalan PJU 7/ 3, Mu­tiara Da­mansara ( Op­er­a­tion hours: 10am to 7pm, Mon­day to Sun­day).

Now avail­able in Malaysia and Sin­ga­pore, call 1300 88 MESH ( 6374), 03- 6156 1615 or visit http:// www. ma­jestec. com to find out more.

Ma­jestec se­cu­rity screens are cus­tom- made and come in a va­ri­ety of colours to match your home dé­cor.

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