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ALUMINUM AND SILVER MIRROR

Metal plating is the most common form of mirror coating. From gold and zinc to copper and platinum, many metals can be used to coat mirrors. Two of the most popular are silver and aluminum. Though each plating process has its differences, both aluminum and silver coating can offer unique benefits that improve the functionality of optical mirrors. Mirror coating aims to produce a non-crystalline coating of amorphous metal (metallic glass), with no visible artifacts from grain boundaries. The most common methods in current use are electroplating, chemical "wet process" deposition, and vacuum deposition. Electroplating of a substrate of glass or other non-conductive material requires the deposition of a thin layer of conductive but transparent material, such as carbon. This layer tends to reduce the adhesion between the metal and the substrate. Chemical deposition can result in better adhesion, directly or by pre-treatment of the surface. Vacuum deposition can produce a very uniform coating with a very precisely controlled thickness.[2] Because of their reflectivity, layers of aluminum and silver are often used. Silver is the most reflective across the visible spectrum, reflecting 95 percent of light. Aluminum is slightly less reflective yet still can reflect 90 percent of light. Both coatings are excellent for use in many applications.

Thickness(mm) : 1.8, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Color: GREY, BRONZE, PINK  or CLEAR variations available


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Advantages

  • Suitable for interior applications.

  • Standard and custom options are available.

  • Can be used to achieve a variety of design goals.

  • Wide range of patterns, colors and finishes. GREY, BRONZE, PINK  or CLEAR variations available.

  • High-quality standard and are exceptionally durable lasting for many years.


Applications

Splashbacks on the wall or in vulnerable public areas.

Furniture and mirror frames.

Interior fittings and decoration.

Feature Walls and Bar fit-outs.

Specifications

Standard glass dimension (mm): 1830x1220,2200x1660, 2440x1830, 2440×3300, 2140×3300,2440×3660.

Backing painting color: Grey, Blue, Green.

Coating: Single-coated, double-coated, copper and lead-free mirror.

Thickness (mm): 1.8, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.


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