Silver Mirrors

A silver mirror or reflector is an object such that each narrow beam of light that incides on its surface bounces (is reflected) in a single direction.

This property, called specular reflection, distinguishes a silver mirror from objects that scatter light in many directions (such as flat-white paint), let it pass through them (such as a lens or prism), or absorb it.

Most mirrors behave as such only for certain ranges of wavelength, direction, and polarization of the incident light most commonly for visible light, but also for other regions of the electromagnetic spectrum from X-rays to radio waves.

A silver mirror will generally reflect only a fraction of the incident light even the best mirrors may scatter, absorb, or transmit a small portion of it. If the mirror's width is only a few times the wavelength of the light, a significant part of the light will also be diffracted instead.

An object that is a mirror when examined at a small scale (like a bearing ball) may seem to be scattering light when examined at a larger scale.


Per squaremeter, Silver Layer > 700 mg

Per squaremeter , Copper Layer > 200 mg

Priming paint≥ 25um

Double paint≥ 45 um

Thickness: 2mm - 6mm Max Size: 2440*3660

Size: 1220x1830mm, 1524x2140 mm, 1830x2440mm, 2140x3300mm, 2140x3660mm, 2250x3300mm, 2440x3660mm etc...

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