Safety films for mirrors & lacquered glass
Expanding space, reflecting light: these are the main functionalities of mirrors and lacquered glass. Our target is to preserve this powerful decorative feature intact over time and guarantee end-users’ safety.
Why do mirrors and lacquered glass need a safety film?
In hospitals, hotels, fitness centers, airports (where they are extensively used in halls), bedrooms and public bathrooms, mirrors and decorative back-painted glass may unfortunately break and cause injuries. That is why it is necessary in public buildings to install mirrors and lacquered glass with a safety foil backing.
Add even more value to your mirrors and lacquered glass
Safety back film 9212 is designed to remain permanently on the back of the mirror to hold together shattered pieces of glass in the event of breakage. As the best reference, it offers many other advantages to operators and users. Novacel 9212:
- Complies with EN12600 requirements (2B2 level)
- Increases safety for all, from operators to consumers
- Covers widths of up to 2,550mm
- Protects paint from scratches and corrosion
- Withstands warm and humid conditions
- Is compatible with the majority of the silicone adhesives
- Gives surfaces an attractive esthetic
Visit Novacel-safety film website for more information.
How to apply this safety film on mirrors?
To guarantee the best performance for 9212 safety film, we recommend you use a lamination machine. Novacel has designed a simple laminator that is very easy to set up and operate for glass processors. Our development of this machine was based on a “plug and laminate” concept. The laminator is very simple to use and has numerous key features to be used for the protection of glass, especially safety back film 9212.
Find out more on the the Novacel Safety Films website