Mirrors

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Defination

Mirrors - Architectural glazing materials whose intended use is based on their reflective quality. These materials are composed of a reflective surface and may have a substrate of glass, or plastic. 

  • safety organic-backed mirror - a glazing material consisting of a piece of mirror with a sheet of organic material permanently bonded to one side. (Category I & Category II vinyl backed mirror is included).

Process

Copper-free silver mirror is produced by coating a layer of silver film treated with special processing via chemical deposition method, and then the silver layer is plated with a layer of a special metal film instead of the traditional silver mirror copper film as the adhesive layer, and finally spray two layers of water-proof paint on the surface of the metal film as protection treatment.  It prevents heavy inetal contamination with copper and lead by using non-lead materials. 

Specification

  • Thickness: 2 - 6mm
  • Max. size: 2550 x 3660mm
  • Safety mirror with vinyl back 

                          thickness: 3 - 6mm

                          max. size: 2440 x 3660mm

Edgeworks

  • Round Edge ( C-Edge )
  • Flat Edge ( F-Edge )
  • Seamed Edge

Quality Standards

  • China National Standard_GB/T 28804-2012_Copper-free silver mirror on flat glass
  • Australian/New Zealand Standard_AS/NZS 2208:1996_Safety glazing materials in buildings
  • Bristish Standard_BS EN 1036-2:2008_Glass in building-Mirrors from silver-coated float glass for internal use-Part 2: Evaluation of conformity; product standard