(as of Jun 08,2021 11:38:16 UTC – Details)
|Model||Size and Coverage|
|PV18-180||18″ diameter, covers areas up to 150 sq. ft.|
|PV26-180||26″ diameter, covers areas up to 200 sq. ft.|
|PV32-180||30″ diameter, covers areas up to 225 sq. ft.|
|PV36-180||36″ diameter, covers areas up to 250 sq. ft.|
|PV48-180||48″ diameter, covers areas up to 400 sq. ft.|
Safety mirrors are used to help increase visibility in a variety of locations; for example, in hallway intersections and sharp turns, and in driveways and loading docks where drivers have to back up or enter traffic. Safety mirrors are sometimes called security mirrors, and they can be used to extend the view of security personnel, or to help monitor factory workers and automated processes to improve quality control and productivity. For convex mirrors, objects will appear to be further away than they are, and will be easier to see in a larger mirror. Depending on visibility conditions and the viewer’s eyesight, objects will usually be recognizable within about 1 ft. of distance (including distance from eye to mirror, and from mirror to object) for each inch in mirror diameter.
See All Industries manufactures safety and security mirrors. The company, founded in 1958, is headquartered in Chicago, IL.
Half dome mirror helps a person see around obstacles for safety, or monitor a wide area for efficient surveillance
Mounts on a wall and reflects a 180 degree angle image for an overhead view of 3-way intersections
Acrylic is shatter resistant, weighs less than glass, and reflects a clear, bright image
Comes with wall-mounting hardware for convenient installation