Mirrors have been around for centuries, and are a popular decorative item in many homes. They can be used to add light and brightness to a room, to reflect a beautiful view or to create an illusion of space. But the uses of mirrors extend far beyond just decoration.
We produce mirror sheets in a range of thicknesses from 2.2 mm to 10 mm.
Our mirror sheets are coated with silver, copper, and two layers of painting, but we also provide copper-free mirror sheets by request.We manufacture mirror sheets up to 321X366, which can be cut to smaller sizes upon request.
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– Durable and long-lasting: Mirrors are extremely durable and long-lasting, making them an economical choice for many home and business owners. They can withstand a lot of wear and tear, and are less likely to chip or crack than other materials.
– Aesthetic appeal: Mirrors offer a unique aesthetic appeal. They can be used to reflect an image back to the viewer, creating an illusion of depth and space. They can also be used to create a focal point in a room, to give the illusion of more light, or to add a touch of glamour.
– Practical uses: Mirrors can be used in a variety of ways in many different fields. In medicine and science, mirrors are used to observe and study microscopic organisms, to measure light and radiation, and to detect and study the movement of air and other particles. In architecture, mirrors are used to create optical illusions and to reflect light throughout a room or building.