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- Strong acrylic mirror
- 450mm or 600mm diameter available
- Superior optical quality
- 1.5mm touch acrylic face
- Grey PVC protective edge
- Rigid plastic back
- Heavy duty zinc plated fixings included for 60mm post or wall mounting
- Viewing Distances: CM45P - 10metres; CM60P - 13 metres
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||Viewing distance (m)
|Code: CM45P||Dimensions (mm): 450 dia||Viewing distance (m): 10||Weight (kg): 2||
|Code: CM60P||Dimensions (mm): 600 dia||Viewing distance (m): 13||Weight (kg): 3||
Mirror, mirror, on the wall who’s that creep that’s down the hall? This shop mirror is one of our best sellers as it is great value for money as well as being suitable for use in most workplace environments.
Manufactured from super-tough acrylic, it is fully weatherproof and ideal for outdoor use in car parks and warehouses. It offers 180 degree viewing capabilities and allows you to keep an eagle eye on those around you. One of the most common uses for this particular mirror is to help avoid costly collisions in warehouses and car parks, reduce the risk of surprise attacks in enclosed areas and to carefully manage the flow of people and vehicles through a particular area.
For those looking for an alternative, the Anti Vandal mirror is made from highly polished steel that is fully resistant to blows.
What is the purpose of a Shop Mirror?
Shop theft is responsible for millions of dollars in lost revenue, and this applies to smaller stores as much as major chain retail outlets. This product is a large convex mirror used as a tool to protect shop owners from potential criminals by eliminating blind spots around aisle ends. It enhances internal security without the need to increase personnel, and helps prevent or control crimes like shoplifting and burglar attacks. Because of its wide-angled visibility range, it can also be used at certain places to manage the movement of people and vehicles and avoid collisions.
Where can a Shop Mirror be used?
Shops and warehouses are prone to burglary attacks and theft; therefore, the shop mirror has become a necessity inside these places. It helps deter shoplifters by making you better aware of what is happening in your shop. In addition to this, it can also be used in car parks where blind turns make vehicle mobility without collision a rare thing.
Who might use this product?
Shop and warehouse owners can increase the security of their facilities by fixing these mirrors in specific areas. People using trolleys inside the warehouses will also find the shop mirrors extremely useful for them, as it will help avoid accidents. For this purpose, they are great for vehicle drivers too, especially in enclosed parking lots that have many blind spots.
Specifications of Shop Mirrors
The shop mirror is an acrylic mirror and has superior optical qualities. It has a 1.5mm acrylic face with a grey-coloured Polyvinyl Chloride - or PVC - protective edge with a powder-coated steel back. It can either be fixed to a wall or mounted on a post, depending on its use. Heavy-duty, zinc-plated fixings are included for both wall and post mountings, and are 60 mm thick. It is available in two sizes: the small one is 450mm in diameter and the large mirror is 600mm in diameter. The Workplace Depot offers a standard one-year warranty on all parts and labour. Our Shop Mirror fully complies with all local council and government regulative manufacturing requirements to ensure the safety of your customers and staff.
Interesting facts about mirrors
Mirrors come in all shapes and sizes, but one of the truly amazing types is the non-reversing mirror, often marketed as a “true” mirror. This unique creation does not change your reflection from left to right: normal mirrors show your left hand as your right hand, and vice versa, but this true mirror shows you the way other people see you, and the effect can be quite disorienting in the beginning. Several techniques may be used to achieve this final effect, but the simplest is to have two mirrors at a 90-degree angle to each other, and look right where the joint lies – you will be able to see how a non-reversing mirror works.