Glass and Mirror Wall Plates
Lately, glass wall, glass, or mirror wall cladding, primarily in the bathroom walls, kitchen areas, as well as intensive traffic areas inside commercial areas and office buildings (receptions , halls, bars, medical offices, fitness halls, dance halls) The advantages of glass or mirroring in comparison with the flush or sandstone are:
– Glass or mirror plates add a considerably aesthetic plus. The environment lures instant life thanks to the gloss of the glass, the colors or the very clear images printed on the glass plate, and the spaces reach other dimensions by reflecting the light in the mirrored surfaces. Their uniform and glossy surface reflects the light by visually enlarging the space, which also adds elegance.
– very easy maintenance due to the perfectly smooth and very hard surface, which is not interrupted by joints, as is the case with plate plaques, and has a high scratch resistance. As a result, mold, microbes, and bacteria will not have room to shelter. It is sufficient to use a solution to clean the glass surfaces
The simple fact that glass can be made in one piece at large sizes generates the feeling of large, elegant and clean spaces. The glass used is UltraClear, 6mm thick, polished, single-layer or two-ply dyed glass, depending on the RAL color chosen by the customer. It can be cut to any size and can be provided with cutouts for sockets and switches. The cladding glass can also be printed with high resolution images. Dyed or printed glass can be used in environments with very high humidity. Mounting is done using true elastic silicone solutions.
Dark stains can be illuminated by plating the opposite wall against mirror windows, they act as a luminaire, bringing light into dark places. The mirror, like any type of glass, can be cut to the desired size and shape, can be sanded or bevelled on the outline, or it can be sandblasted with different patterns. The most common types of mirrors are flat ones, which create a real picture when used. The mirror can also be used in sports, gymnastics or ballet halls, waiting rooms and halls.