Mirror - Datasheet

Solutions for decoration and architecture projects

What is a Mirror?

It’s a float glass, to which is applied several silver layers – what so called mirroring process. This process allows us to achieve the reflective effect that has several architectural and decoration advantages, for example in the improvement of space perception. Along the years, this process evolved enabling the development of mirrors that are more resistant to the oxidation stains, avoiding the early deterioration of mirror layers.

Mirror’s characteristics

The selection of mirror to architectural and decoration project has several applications. In addition to the basic application, the mirror could be used for example to create mirror partitions or used as a central element on wall, doors or furniture cladding processes.

Taking into account the resistance and reliability of this material, several manufacture techniques could be applied, namely: Edges, bevels, holes, laminating and matting.

Being a noble material, that is being used to enrich the living space of families and workspaces, the mirror is available in following thicknesses and finishes.

Colorless finish
Thickness: 3mm / 4mm / 5mm / 6mm

Old finish
Thickness:  4mm

Gray or bronze
Thickness: 4mm / 5mm / 6mm

Most common installations

Sanitary facilities
Decoration – wardrobes, doors and partitions.
Concave and convex mirrors
Art or Photo Frames – Wood, MDF and aluminum