For many years, Steel and wrought Iron have been easlily the most suitable material for building impenetrable barriers. Ironman security harnesses the amazing properties of these materials to build the most exquisite and elegantly crafted Steel Security Doors, Window Grilles, Ballustrading, Gates and Railings in both traditional and contemporary designs in Sydney
The D101 door design has for many years easily been our most popular and sought after design.
its design is both simple and stylish, elegant and very strong.
It is also our most economical door design taking less time to fabricate than any other design becuase the ornamentation is kept to a minimum.
All our doors come with optional extras such as, Fly Screen Mesh, Stainless Steel Security Mesh, Alluminium or Privacy Mesh. and in a complete range of colourbond colours.
Please look at our Gallery Pages for a more complete range of designs.
Wrought iron is composed primarily of elemental iron with small amounts (1–2 percent) of added slag (the by-product of iron ore smelting, generally consisting of a mixture of silicon, sulfur, phosphorous, and aluminum oxides). Wrought iron is made by repeatedly heating the material and working it with tools to deform it.
The term “wrought iron” is often misused today; it is commonly used to describe designs similar to historical wrought iron pieces—regardless of the metal used. Mild steel that has been machine-bent into shape in a cold state or cast steel and iron pieces that have been painted black are both regularly mislabelled as wrought iron work. To be truly designated as wrought iron, however, a metal piece must be forged by a blacksmith who heats it and hammers it into shape.
Steel is an alloy, meaning it’s a blend of both iron and carbon but usually is less than 2.5% carbon compounds. Due to these chemical variations, the composition and durability are different per element.
While steel always contains carbon, it can be blended with other elements to create many compounds. There are over 2,200 different steel grades with a variety of properties.
Ironman Security selects the steel we use based on its ability to be both workable and for its strength.
To maintain the finish of your powder coated door or security grille Ironman Security recommend using a damp cloth to remove any build up of dust or air born contaminates.
This simple procedure will keep the surface of your steel security product both clean and safe from erosion and chemical damage.
Our range of Steel Security Doors, Window Grilles, Gates, Railings and Bullustrades are built to last indefinitely so it is sensible to keep there surface free from contaminates.
Ironman Security offers the friendliest and most caring service in Sydney providing our clients the best possible outcomes.
We offer trust, timely and accurate information that is crucial for you to make sure that all your security steel needs are met fairly and fully.
Over the past 25 years Ironman Security has become the most sensible choice in the fabrication and installation of Steel Security Doors, Window Grilles, Ballustrading, Railing and Fencing. Our work simply speaks for itself and our service is second to none.
We welcome the opporunity to show you just how professional and thorough we are.
Please feel free to call Shaw on 02 9519 8000
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