Corrections Polycarbonate Full Dome Convex Mirror

Description

Full Dome Polycarbonate Cell Mirrors

The full dome mirror can be used in cells, open areas such as visitation rooms, or at 4-way intersections. The full dome is the most versatile and effective method of surveillance due to the 360º vision that it allows institution staff, ensuring their safety. The full dome can be positioned anywhere on the ceiling allowing flexibility and ease of installation.

 

Features

  • Virtually indestructible and unbreakable, mirror quality polycarbonate face
  • Pure reflective coating
  • Powder coated steel frame with unique tamper-proof design
  • Recessed, tamper-proof fixings
  • Optional foam insert to enhance strength.
  • Can be used in conjunction with CCTV to enhance effectiveness & safety

 

Suitable Uses

  • In cells for safe inspection
  • Open areas such as visitation rooms
  • 4-way intersections in corridors

 

 

Positioning

Dome Corrections Mirror

Specifications

Product Code Size Diameter View Distance Mirror Face Mirror Back Bracket Length
17571HD 450mm Under 6m 3mm Polycarbonate N/A With Powder Coated Steel Frame
17585HD 600mm Over 6m 3mm Polycarbonate N/A With Powder Coated Steel Frame

Installation Guide

Full Dome Polycarbonate Cell Mirror Installation

Full Dome Mirror

NOTE: If installing with Rawl Spikes, it is recommended to use a punch. This is to eliminate damage to the mirror and powder-coated frame.

FOAM INSERTS: When installing the optional foam inserts DO NOT remove the grey protective film on the inserts, as this may cause damage to the mirror face.

 

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Suggested Fastening Methods

Rawl Spike Installation

Rawls Spike PunchInstallation: Drill a hole into the base material to a depth of at least 60mm.The tolerances of the drill bit used should meet the requirements of ISO/DIN Standard 8035. Blow the hole clean of dust and other material. Drive the Spike through the appropriate mirror face hole (and frame when used) ensuring the head is sitting firmly against the mirror or frame and recessed as shown in the above diagram.

NOTE: Care should be taken not to overdrive the Spike so as to cause damage to the powder coated surface of the frame. Finish off by applying (optional) a bead of non-pick sealant around the mirror or frame and the wall to prevent the secretion of small objects (eg razor blades etc).

DuraVision Rawl Spike Punch: The DuraVision designed punch for inserting spikes can significantly reduce the risk of damaging the mirror face and frame during installation.

 


Torx Screw Installation

Torx ScrewInstallation: It is recommended to use a 3/16” (4.76mm) Straight Shank Tanged Bit to drill the hole. The hole must be at least 2” or 50mm overall depth and free of any debris. By using the #27, 1/4” (6.35mm) Hex Bit the special Hi-Lo thread literally taps into masonry materials. The high,sharp thread with its notched cutting edge cuts deeply and easily. The alternating low thread provides stabilty for fast, accurate driving. Torx Tamperproof masonry screws are the optimal fastening solution for use in concrete, brick, or hollow block.

Cleaning Guide

Polycarbonate Mirror Cleaning Guide:

General Cleaning:
DuraVision™ recommend cleaning their Polycarbonate Mirrors with soap and water and then with a soft, lint free, damp cloth.

DO NOT USE:

  • abrasives
  • acids
  • solvents such as petrol and laquer thinners

Polish:
Use a non-abrasive polish, such Johnson's Pledge for a clear bright reflection.

Graffiti Removal:
Any graffiti should be removed from the mirror face as soon as possible and preferably within 24 hours. To remove graffiti, use a non-abrasive substance such as De-Solv-it Citrus Solution.
Not all graffiti cleaning agents are suitable. Failure to use an approved cleaning agent may damage the mirror surface.

 

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