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Pilkington launches new humidity resistant mirror

Pilkington launches new humidity resistant mirror

Pilkington United Kingdom Limited, part of the NSG group, has launched a new mirror product that is resistant to humidity and corrosion, adding to its Pilkington Optimirror™ range.

Pilkington Mirropane™ Chrome is an off-line coated mirror product, which can be toughened, bent and laminated. It’s available in standard thicknesses of 4 - 8 mm, with other thicknesses available on request.

The product is resistant to natural atmospheric corrosion, so mirrors don’t develop black edges and spot faults, which can harm their appearance. This makes it suitable for use in a variety of interior and decorative settings including, gyms, bathrooms, swimming baths, or as kitchen splash backs, where high humidity can damage standard mirrors over time.

The off-line coating gives the product its superior resistance to humidity and corrosion in comparison to the existing Pilkington Optimirror™ products.

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Pilkington UK Ltd

Pilkington UK Ltd

The Pilkington name has been closely associated with glass since 1826. In 2006, Pilkington Group Limited was acquired by the NSG Group of Japan, and the name Pilkington was retained as a brand for the Group’s building and automotive products. The...
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