Wherever there are blind corners and people or vehicles are on the move there is a risk of collision. A well positioned convex mirror helps operate safety and professionally in the workplace.
Sizing and Selection Guide
1) Estimate the distance from the viewer to the mirror and from the mirror to the area or point to be observed. Add the two distances and use the following chart as a guide. If in doubt choose the larger size.
2) Determine the best type of mirror for your application from the following suggestions.
- Indoor mirrors – used for blind corners and corridor intersections in hospitals, schools, factories and offices. For indoor use only.
- Indoor domes- An economical alternative to mirrors giving general surveillance of a blind area. For indoor use only.
- Indoor/outdoor mirrors- Ideal for demanding environments indoors or outdoors such as factories, warehouses, schools, etc.
- Outdoors mirrors- An extremely durable mirror for outdoor applications such as carparks, shopping centres, distribution depots etc.
- Stainless steel - almost unbreakable all weather mirror engineered to withstand vandalism and adverse industrial conditions such as mining, road and rail safety etc.
3) Specify fixing method, either wall mount or post mount (75mm, 60 or 50mm outside diameter of post.)