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Steel Mirror

by msecadm4921

Developed by Securikey primarily for use in the custodial market, the highly polished stainless steel mirror range is also suitable it is claimed for use in other areas – areas of high vandalism for one example.

The stainless steel gives the mirrors greater physical strength and a harder surface that’s far more resistant to scratching and damage, it is claimed. Cleaning is easier, according to the manufacturers – the surface will take harsher cleaning methods without damage.

The full dome has been trialled in a police cell and the makers report that the Home Office has confirmed the dome range is suitable for use in prison cells and similar environments (when suitably installed).

The product is available as full, half or quarter domes, 450mm, 600mm round and 225 by 320mm rectangular design.

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