The principle of a measured metallization of polyester support forms a reflective screen in the daylight which reflects an image as a mirror, while preserving the transparency and visual properties of glass on the inside. A user can see without being seen. The application of a one-way mirror film makes it possible to efficiently solve the delicate problem of prying eyes posed by large glazed surfaces.
Solutions provided by curtains and blinds are not always suitable for professional premises and causes a significant loss of light. A one-way mirror film provides protection to all types of glass surfaces, conserves natural light and restricts a view from outside to inside in offices on a ground floor, meeting rooms, etc.
The glass surface to be glued on has to be free from dust, grease or other contaminants. Some specific materials such as polycarbonate can cause air bubble problems. Therefore, a compatibility test is recommended. For more precision we recommend to refer back to the application table.
In order to constantly improve our production we may change a product colour and manufacturing process without prior notice. Before applying our products we recommend that our users ensure that the film is suitable for the intended use and comply with current standards.
In order to maintain the high level of quality, we do not recommend mixing different film productions when applying films
Material: PET 23 microns
Adhesive: acrylic polymer 13 gr/m²
Liner: siliconized polyester 23 microns
MIR 501 Gold
MIR 502 Red
MIR 503 Blue
MIR 504 Green
MIR 505 Bronze
UVA Transmission: 5%
Heat Resistance: from -20° to 80°C
Warranty: 2 years
Application Temperature: min. + 5°C
Fire Rating: B-s1,d0
from 12 to 15 years for vertical application in central Europe.
Réflectiv window films are designed for use on any type of clear normal glass
with usual cleaning solutions (non-abrasive, without ammonia…). Cleaning products that may scratch the film should be avoided.
from delivery. This film should be kept away from excessive humidity and sun rays, at temperatures below 38°C.