Privacy protection in daylight - no compromises
Mirror film, also known as chrome film, silver film or spy mirror film, shields from prying eyes. In particular, large-area windows of easily visible offices or labs can be protected from unauthorized viewers thanks to mirror film. The mirror effect offers not only privacy from the outside, but also sun and heat protection.
Mirror films are used in the interior of buildings to screen rooms or to decoratively enhance furniture glazing with mirror films.
As a result, a mirror film perfectly combines functionality and ornamental appeal.
Mirror films always prevent views on the window side with the greater incidence of light; the other side is transparent, but tinted.
As the window side has less light, one can look out unhindered, hence the name spy film.
Depending on the lighting conditions, the mirror effect and the associated privacy screen are always present on one side. If a room is illuminated in the evening, the mirror film no longer offers any protection from the outside. Use of additional pleated blinds, venetian blinds or roller blinds is required to provide privacy.