There are a number of door styles available from major hardware outlets. Many are deceptively branded and promoted.
There is an Australian Standard, AS5039-2008 Security screen doors and security window grilles. If the product does not have an attached AS certification from the manufacturer and installation instructions it is not a security screen door. The doors or screens also need to be installed according to the manufacturer’s specification to comply with the standard. The supplier should include details of the minimum requirements in an installation manual supplied with each purchase.
There are many inferior products advertised that look and sound like they are the same.
EG - not a security door.
One main difference is the locking system. AS rated security doors require a triple or three point locking system. The frames and mountings also need to meet minimum design ratings and tests.
There is no need to know the standard. The AS standard number should be all the average consumer requires. If the suppliers invoice does not also include a statement the product being supplied complies with AS5039-2008, don’t pay for the goods.
It’s not possible to determine by simple visual inspection if a door complies with the standard, although the locking system is one feature that is easy to note. Other tests require physical force and destruction of the door.
Install should require 30-60 minutes. A reputable supplier will also build in the cost of a site visit and measure to ensure a suitable product is offered.
I have previously purchased and paid for a pro install of two security screen doors. The doors and install were 3-4times the cost of a fake or imitation. Alternately a DIY lower resistance barrier style door may be all you require.