A map of the bushfire prone areas in Australia, with Victoria, the northern half of Tasmania, the southern part of New South Wales and Western Australia being the worst affected.

September 20, 2015

Bushfires are an increasing concern for Australian home owners. Prowler Proof’s new Fire Safety guide is designed to give you peace of mind.

The new guide tells you anything you need to know about Prowler Proof in a bushfire – and in any other fire, for that matter. It includes a Product Guide as well as explanations of Bushfire Attack Levels and the Australian Standard 3959. You’ll also find a comprehensive glossary of terms.

As you would expect, most Prowler Proof products are suitable for bushfire prone areas. ForceField® is in fact one of very few security screens than has been independently tested and is approved for any Bushfire Attack Level…even Flame Zone, which is the most extreme level.

Diamond, Heritage and Insect screens fitted with a stainless steel mesh are approved up to Bushfire Attack Level 40. The only Prowler Proof product that does not comply with the Australian Standard 3959 is Protec. AS 3959 requires mesh openings of less than 2 mm x 2 mm – Protec’s mesh openings are 2.5 mm.

Check out the new brochure here, watch the ForceField® Fire Attenuation test video below or contact your local Prowler Proof dealer.