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The Draper 43 x 60" First Surface Mirror with Frame for Rear Projection is frequently used in rear projection systems design to fold the light from the projector, reducing the required depth of the projection area behind the rear screen.
Conventional mirrors are not satisfactory for this purpose, because the reflective coating is on the backside of the glass. Under projection, the majority of light is reflected by the reflective coating, and a minority is reflected by the first surface of the mirror, resulting in an objectionable double image.
It should be mentioned that Draper also makes MiroClear, a superior quality, optionally available cleaning and restoration kit designed specifically for all first surface glass mirrors. MiroClear improves image quality, maintains new mirrors to the highest standards, brings new life to older mirrors, and restores reflectivity loss caused by dust, dirt, fingerprints and grimy build-up that accumulates and robs mirror of critical reflectivity.
Mirrors consist of a 94% reflective optical grade vacuum coating on a 6mm thick glass substrate; 3, 5, and 10mm thickness optionally available
Nine standard sizes ranging from 25 x 40" through 74 x 100"
Sold separately, or with rear screen systems
Available with or without factory installed protective frame
Mirror Stiffening System
Draper also offers a unique and highly effective stiffening system for mirrors with structural and composite reinforcement. Mirror flatness is larger with cut down sizes available - increasingly important due to increased resolution and brightness in today's projectors
Only Draper has developed a stiffening method to assure the flattest large-size glass mirror
This system ensures flatness and eliminates pin cushion effect, double imaging and dead spots, resulting in a significantly improved image