PFG Images

Traditionally, mirrors have a functional use, making them an integral part of our daily lives. Yet mirrors have aesthetic value too. They reflect light, enlarge small rooms, brighten up dark corners and reflect beautiful objects and captivating scenery. One way to ‘widen’ a room is to fit a vertical ceiling-to-floor mirror adjacent and at right angles to a window. This creates the illusion of a wider room and reflects the window, projecting more light into a room.

Narrow corridors and rooms can be made to seem wider by placing mirrors on the larger walls. This creates the illusion that the room is double its real width. Similarly, mirrors placed opposite each other create the illusion of infinity. A room can be made larger and wider by placing mirror panels in the corners of the room. Mirrors can also create the illusion of depth, liven up dull stretches of walls, and draw attention to objects in a room.

Typical Applications

  • Bathrooms
  • Bedroom
  • Decorative
  • Office buildings
  • Cars
  • Store fronts

Manufacturing Process

PFG mirrors, branded Images, are manufactured in a modern, automatic silvering plant that produces a range of mirror sizes and thicknesses, to the highest quality specification as per PFG's ISO 9001 quality and ISO 14 001 environmental certifications.

Only the highest quality PFG float glass is selected for silvering. In the manufacturing process, a silver metal coating is applied to a sensitized glass surface. This silver is then enhanced by another protective chemical layer, as well as a specially formulated base paint coat to ensure quality protection and longer lifespan. A second top paint coat protects the mirror from abrasion and provides a smooth, even finish. Quality tests are carried out throughout the manufacturing process.





Recycling & sustainability
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PFG adheres to the highest standards of sustainable operating.

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