WHAT IS MIRRORED GLASS?

Mirrored Glass is also known as Silvered Glass – glass that has a metal reflective coating applied to one side (usually made of silver, aluminium, gold or chrome) sealed with a protective layer to prevent it from shattering into pieces if broken.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION: MIRRORED GLASS

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FEATURES OF INTEGRAL BLINDS:

  • Meets EN 1036 quality requirements
  • Versatile
  • Made from clear float glass
  • Dark blue protective backing

THE BENEFITS OF MIRRORED GLASS
Mirrored glass has significant aesthetic and functional benefits from an architectural and design point of view. Colour and tinted options can offer a better degree of harmonisation with other building materials being used and can increase (or make the most of) natural light whilst also reducing glare that may become a problem with ordinary glass.

TYPICAL MIRRORED GLASS USAGE
Mirrored Glass can be used to enhance views and open up small spaces. It is flexible and can be used within furniture or as wall panelling, as well as its more general use for framed or unframed mirrors.

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