Find New Information on Mirror Products in Two Updated Glass Technical Papers

Find New Information on Mirror Products in Two Updated Glass Technical Papers
Photo source
www.glass.org

Date: 6 May 2021

Two NGA Glass Technical Papers (GTP) related to mirror products have undergone review and update, and are now available for download in the NGA Store.

REUSABILITY AND RECYCLABILITY OF MIRROR PRODUCTS

This GTP (formerly Green Aspects of Mirror) updates the document last published in 2012. As the mirror industry strives to become more environmentally friendly, the need to recycle or reuse old mirrors is becoming an important topic. This document addresses the environmentally-conscious aspects of the mirror manufacturing process, as well as the reusability and recyclability of old mirrors.

DOWNLOAD THE GTP FROM THE NGA STORE

INSTALLATION TECHNIQUES DESIGNED TO PROLONG THE LIFE OF FLAT GLASS MIRRORS

This GTP updates the GTP last published in 2011. This document provides important installation recommendations to help maintain the integrity of a mirror’s silver film, which creates its reflective surface. Although protected by paint, the silver film remains vulnerable to deterioration if exposed to chemicals or excessive moisture. Adherence to a selection of dos and don’ts will help protect the silver from corrosion and prolong the life of the mirror.

DOWNLOAD THE GTP FROM THE NGA STORE

600450 Find New Information on Mirror Products in Two Updated Glass Technical Papers glassonweb.com

Others also read

A three-day virtual event presenting the latest innovations and trends in glass processing
The second day of the LiSEC Campus begins and today another innovation is revealed - this time in the field of insulating glass production! Register now.
By Jodi Martinez, Vice President AllStar Glass Company Spokane Valley, Washington
Solarban® 67 and Solarban® 70 solar control, low-e glasses by Vitro Architectural Glass and “Nuance” acid-etched patterns from Walker Glass were chosen for the project.
With live events being given the green light to return, organisers of the Glazing Summit are set to ramp things up for what will be a must-attend event.
FGIA announces the availability of new training materials and classes for the InstallationMasters® Combined Training and Certification Program.

Add new comment

From industry

No. 160 Yichuan Rd.,
Jiaonan Shi
Qingdao Shi
Shandong Sheng, 266000
China

NEWS RELATED PRODUCTS

ACM Mirror Inc.
Diamon-Fusion International, Inc.
Diamon-Fusion International, Inc.
Diamon-Fusion International, Inc.
Walker Glass Company Ltd.