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Zanda Jura Child Safety Window Restrictor - White

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Model Number: 14060WH
$22.26
✔ Lockable in Closed & Restricted Opening Position with a Key (Included)
✔ 20cm Cable - Providing 10-15cm Opening Distance (Depending on Installation)
✔ Suits All Types of Windows and Doors - Can Affix to All Materials
✔ 1 Year Mechanical Guarantee
✔ Exceeds Strength Requirements of EN 16281
✔ Features a White Plastic Cover
Colour/FinishWhite
FixConcealed (Screws not Visible)
ScrewsIncluded
Warranty1 Year (Replacement Product Only)
BrandZanda
There has been changes to the laws in NSW, that strata-managed and residential buildings must ensure they adjust their window hardware to comply with the protective, safety measures and precautions. The Act stipulates that all high windows must be fitted with safety devices that restrict openings to 12.5cm, read our description below for further details. Part of our full range of hardware, these new window restrictors enable you to easily install child safety window locks that comply with these requirements. Suitable for all windows and doors, regardless of material, these restrictors can only be locked and unlocked with the included key.

It is shocking to think that around 50 children fall from windows or balconies in Australia every year. Many of them suffer severe injuries which, in some cases, are fatal.

To protect all children, the Strata Schemes Management Act 1996 (NSW) was amended to state that all strata-managed residential buildings must install safety devices on specific windows - restricting opening to 12.5cm. The owners corporation is responsible (and liable) to ensure that these requirements are met.

Where the internal floor is more than 2m above the ground outside, and the window is within the child's reach (less than 1.7m above the floor), the law states that these windows must be secured.

The 13th of March 2018 is the final deadline for the requirments of the Strata Schemes Management Act 1996 (NSW). By law, owners corporations in NSW must install child safety window locks on all above ground windows. Non-compliance by the 2018 deadline could result in fines.

These window restrictors make it easy to comply with these regulations.

These child safety window locks will still allow your residents to open their windows, but give them confidence knowing that these devices, when engaged, can protect their children from a severe fall.

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