The invisible grills is a new revolution in window and balcony guards. It is a simple and economical way to keep children and household objects from falling out of open windows. This product is extremely long-lasting, with a lifespan of at least 20 years.
While they may be nearly undetectable to the naked eye, do not mistake them for being powerless. The thin wires are so strong that they can’t be easily broken with any tool. Each wire has a 400-kilogram breaking force, making it extremely tough to break. The links are worked under extreme pressure, making them extremely robust and resistant. To cut through them, you’ll need industry grade cutting-edge hardware.
For a product that offers the best of both worlds, it is common to wonder what kind of materials are used in the manufacturing of Invisible grills. Read this blog to find out more about what invisible grills are made of and how MSpace is able to offer the industry leading invisible grills at affordable prices.
What are invisible grills made of?
The most common materials used in the manufacturing of invisible grills include aluminum, stainless steel, PVC, nylon and a few other materials. With most local manufacturers offering invisible grills made from 304 grade stainless steel, aluminum and even some alloys of different metals, the materials used in the process are quite versatile.
We at MSpace have gone a long way in testing our standards to deliver a solution that transcends all your doubts, serving primarily to clients wishing to protect their significant assets and, most crucially, their lives.
To begin with, MSpace uses only the highest graded 100% stainless steel in the making of its invisible grills. Namely, the 316-grade stainless steel used in the manufacturing of MSpace’s invisible grills has been tested in some of the world’s most unforgiving conditions. It is the same type of steel that is used in the manufacturing of some of the world’s largest ships and submarines. It is military and also marine certified.
The main distinction between normal stainless steel, 304 grade stainless steel, and any other grade is the materials utilized in its production. An alloy known as ‘molybdenum’ is added to 316 marine grade stainless steel. It significantly improves steel quality and corrosion resistance, especially in tough saline or chlorine-exposed environments.
Sometimes, different type of coatings is applied to the exterior of the grills. It allows for added protection and prevents birds or other unwanted flying friends from taking solace on your invisible grills. While certain plastics are normally used, MSpace takes it up a notch by using a nano-technology based nylon coating to offer ultimate protection.
The strength and efficacy of MSpace invisible grills are further proven by the several certifications that have been applied to their strength and efficacy:
• TUV (TUV Nord Group) certified MSpace invisible grills. It indicates that the product has been tested for safety and determined to fulfil the German Equipment and Product Safety Act’s minimal requirements; they are also SETSCO certified, ensuring that each invisible grille cable can withstand a weight of up to 4.38 Kilo Newton (438 Kg).
• In addition to institutional certificates, stainless steel has its own grading system. 316 marine grade stainless steel used at MSpace has an AISI 36 rating, indicating that it has little to no carbon or other impurities.
MSpace makes no compromises on safety or quality, ensuring that invisible grills are as strong as possible. If you’re considering window or balcony grills, now is the time to contact MSpace. Drop in an email at email@example.com or call us at +91 9177737863.