Polycarbonate Oval Mirrors 3mm
3mm Shatter Proof Mirrors Combining unbreakable polymer resilience with a specially formulated, tough, UV protected...
3mm Shatter Proof Mirrors
Combining unbreakable polymer resilience with a specially formulated, tough, UV protected, scratch-resistant coating, Axgard®-MSR holds the key to success for many projects globally.
Very much at home in highly destructive and impact-prone environments, the core strength of Axgard®-MSR lies at the heart of it’s success, and the added benefit of tough abrasion resistance and anti-graffiti properties makes it a favourite with specifiers and contractors alike.
Fixing is simple; Axgard®-MSR can be bonded to any flat substrate, or mechanically fixed. In demanding, high-security applications, a combination of both provides an extra safeguard.
Axgard®-MSR mirrors can be provided with pre-drilled holes and various options of anti-ligature edge finishing and radius corners.
- Virtually unbreakable
- Excellent scratch resistance
- Anti-graffiti properties
- Excellent Class 1/0 fire rating
- Superior clarity
- UV resistant - suitable for internal and external use
- Reduced maintenance costs
- Anti-ligature options available
- Can be bonded for hidden fixing
- Mental healthcare
- Hospitals and clinics
- Public amenities
- Dance halls
- Gyms and sports centres
- Swimming pools
- Food preparation
Polycarbonate Mirror FAQ's
Q; Can polycarbonate mirrors have safety edges applied?
A; Yes, we can machine a curved edge that will remove any sharp edges.
Q; Can the mirror edges be polished?
A; Unfortunately polycarbonate doesn't polish up completely, but we can shine up the edges.
Q; Can polycarbonate mirrors be cut easily?
A; Yes, using cutting equipment with a fine edge blade will do, take care as not to damage the mirror finish.
Q; Can the mirror finish be easily picked off?
A; The mirror finish is applied to the rear face, so if it's fixed to the wall then it can't be interfered with.
Q; How do you drill polycarbonate mirror.
A; Using an old HSS drill bit will suffice, avoid new drill bits as they tend to catch the material.