I recently had the most pleasurable experience of designing an entire off-grid cottage for some awesome clients, including the architecture, the structure, and the energy systems.
A major issue with this house was the insect screens! We used Klearwall Passive House windows, and they don't come with screens. This was an inconvenience because the northern ontario cloaction for this cottage is rife with insects.
Klearwall sent me some 'clips' for insect screens, which arrived sans instructions. Having just received them, I was surprised. They are nothing more than what is well-known as 'lift-off' hinges. These ones are black, and came without any manufacturer markings. - Perhaps of asian manufacturing origin? But looks like something Southco or JW Winco would carry.
This whole issue is a complex one, as the windows have really no provision for the addition of insect screening. We have to build our own, using these plastic lift-off hinges, which I plan to attempt on our own house. There is a good amount of friction or grip on the lifting-off motion, so I can see they could work.
In the meantime, I found an article online which has an even simpler solution, one that is just beautiful for cost and elegance.
Here is the link.
Will provide further updates shortly, as I continue to search for that super cool adhesive strip with nubbies that grip the screen - like a specialized velcro.