- Low Maintenance
Tinted mirrors are exactly what the name suggests, mirrors with a colored tint. Because of the colored hue manufactured into the glass, a tinted mirror might appear a little bit darker than its normal silvered counterpart.
Some of the tinted mirrors also have texture. The texture is an element of design that defines the surfaces of shapes and forms. By incorporating tinted mirrors into the design of a space, it can act as an accent or a visual texture that will create interest and elevate the feel of the area to being more interesting and stimulating.
Tinted mirrors can be a functional alternative to artwork if you need to create a focal point for a room or a bit of drama. In addition to being low maintenance, it's most useful to give the illusion of expanding small spaces with its reflective nature.
Features & Benefits
Glass in Action
With every material comes a range of beautifully innovative applications. Discover how this glass is used to inspire your next project.
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Clean Air GOLD certified
Please refer to the Product Data Sheet for the glass thickness and weight.
Standards and Specifications
Goldray’s Marker Boards comply with all major building codes and meets the following industry standards:
- ASTM C1036 - Specification for Flat Glass
- ASTM C1048 - Specification for Heat Strengthened and Fully Tempered Flat Glass
- ASTM C1172 - Specification for Laminated Architectural Flat Glass
- ANSI 97.1 - Safety Glazing Materials Used in Buildings - Safety Performance Specifications and Methods of Test
- ASTM E-84 - Standard Test Method for Surface Burning Characteristics of Building
- 16 CFR 1201: Pass
- CAN/CGSB 12.1-2017: Pass
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