Applications that would use a glass first surface mirror require a true reflection with no ghosting effect use glass first surface mirrors, also known as front surface mirrors. Regular mirrors have an aluminum mirror coating on the backside of the glass that creates a faint secondary reflection. Glass first surface mirrors have an aluminum mirror coating on the face of the glass that maximizes the amount of light reflected and minimizes distortion.
- Opaque with 0% transparency
- 96% reflective
- Comes with protective laminate over coating
- Manufactured in the USA
- Quantity discounts available
- Same day shipping
- International shipping
- Customers include Sony, NASA, US Navy & Air Force, defense contractors, as well as the engineering & science departments of many universities.
Acrylic First Surface Mirror
Two-sided, acrylic mirror sheet designed for retail displays and special lighting applications where the back of a mirror will remain exposed or where a reflection in both directions is desired.
Trapezoid First Surface Mirror
Trapezoid First surface mirror have an aluminum mirror coating on the face of the glass that maximizes the amount of light reflected and minimizes distortion.