Pallot Glass are proud suppliers of Pilkington Glass products, and their fantastic Mirropane™ technology.
Pilkington Mirropane™ is specifically made for discreet viewing and is manufactured on a Grey Substrate. A one-way mirror that creates visual barrier between subjects and their observers, where clear and discreet vision is required.
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Pilkington Mirropane™ is an on-line coated glass developed for use as a one-way mirror where clear vision is required and specific lighting conditions can be achieved. It offers an effective means of providing undetected surveillance and high quality one-way vision to achieve complete privacy. In order to maintain privacy in the observing area, the ratio of illumination levels between public and private side, or observed and observing side, must be at least 8:1.
It is also advisable, if absolute privacy is essential, to have dark furnishings, to wear dark clothing in the area from which observation is taking place, and to ensure the lights on the observed side are not directed at the glass.
• Allows privacy with clear vision into observed space
• High reflectivity and light transmission
• Better scratch resistance than off-line coated products
• Durable, pyrolitic on-line coating
• Can be handled, cut, insulated, laminated and toughened
• Available in 6 mm annealed form
Pilkington Mirropane™ is the ideal choice for supermarkets, computer rooms, banks or cash offices, where areas need to be kept under observation or hidden from public scrutiny. It is also appropriate for patient monitoring in hospitals or residential care establishments. Pilkington Mirropane™ is available in 6 mm annealed form. Pilkington Mirropane™ is normally only used for internal applications.
The glass must be installed with the coating on the subject’s (observed person) side. In such position the glass creates a visual barrier between subjects and their observers, performing like an ordinary mirror on one side and a tinted window on the other.
• Airports security
• Correctional institutions
• Workplace monitoring
• Banks or cash offices
• Medical facilities
• Computer rooms
• Child care facilities
• Monitoring focus groups