Metallic Mirrors

Metal mirrors have a relatively large spectral width of about 0.2 to 12 µm, but their reflectivity varies greatly with values between 96% and 60%, although values > 98% can be achieved with reflection-enhancing dielectric layer thicknesses, e.g. in silver.

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  • Illumination systems in visible and UV
  • Optical instrument making
  • IR Mirror
  • Laser scanner mirrors in sensors
  • Low-glare car rear-view mirrors, graticules
  • Medical mirrors such as mirrors for dental photography

Almost all types of mineral glass and crystals as well as metallic substrates are suitable for coating.

Mirror types

  • Aluminum mirrors
  • Gold mirror
  • Chrome Mirror
  • Rhodium mirror