Like what you see
Time takes its toll on ordinary mirrors. With UltraMirror glass, reflections remain beautiful and true over time. Corrosion, chemicals and clouding are no match for its unparalleled protection. Display a space’s best reflections with outstanding durability, backed by a 10-year warranty.
Household cleaners, adhesives and humidity are the enemies of perfect reflection. UltraMirror glass stands up to these challenges with beautiful reflection and uncompromising durability. Thanks to a patented, copper-free manufacturing process, UltraMirror glass is proven to be superior to conventional mirrors in all accelerated tests.
Ideal for interior spaces such as retail and hospitality settings, UltraMirror glass performs well in high-traffic spaces where maintaining a beautiful, like-new appearance is crucial.
Care & maintenance
Clean with a soft, grit-free cloth using warm water. Do not use any acid, alkali or ammonia cleaners. Do not allow the mirror edges to remain wet. Good ventilation will keep mirrors from “sweating” and creating condensing liquids which can be corrosive and damaging to mirrors. Glazing guidelines, such as those presented in the Glass Association of North America Glazing Manual, should be followed to minimize installation problems.
MD 01-0105 Proper Procedures for Cleaning Flat Glass Mirrors
MD 02-0209 Proper Procedures for Fabrication of Flat Glass Mirrors
MD 03-0811 Installation Techniques Designed to Prolong Life of Flat Glass Mirrors
Safety applications require conformance to the Consumer Product Safety Commission federal standard. 16 CFR 1201 regulates the use of glass and glass products in specified locations, such as doors, sidelights and shower enclosures. Guardian’s float line produces input for the mirror line that is Q1 quality per the ASTM C1036-11 (Standard Specification for Flat Glass), and in compliance with the following industry standards:
ASTM C-1048 Heat-Treated Glass
ASTM C-1036 Flat Glass
ASTM C-1172 Laminated Architectural Flat Glass
ASTM C-1503 Mirrors
ASTM C-1503 Silvered Flat Glass Mirrors
ANSI Z97.1 “Safety Performance and Methods of Test for Safety Glazing Material Used in Buildings”
Install with mechanical fasteners or incorporate a weep system with setting blocks into all J or C channel frame glazing systems. Setting blocks should not interfere with the proper operation of the weep system. Verify sealant compatibility by the sealant supplier. Provide for minimum face and edge clearance, as well as nominal bite. Make proper allowance for mirror glass, metal and erection tolerance, plus expansion and contraction. Do not install mirror on freshly painted walls or plaster. Avoid use of rubberized mastics.
The glazing contractor/installer is responsible for conducting appropriate sealant compatibility tests when installing mirrored glass. It is recommended that mechanical fasteners be used on all installations. Adhesives that release acetic acid or ammonia-like compounds while curing are not recommended for use, and mastics with sulphur compound must be avoided. Best results are obtained with a factory or shop cut edge, and field cutting should be avoided to minimize edge deterioration. Prolonged exposure to moisture, corrosive chemicals, solvents, solvent vapors and cleaning fluids will cause edge deterioration and silver spoilage. Weep system must be used for all J or C channel frame installations.
Wardrobe doors, bathroom mirrors, furniture and display cases, TV projection screens, vehicle mirrors, ceiling and pillar covers, decorative walls, mirrors for fitness and dance studios.