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ZSK - Ultralight mirror

 

A small ZSK - Ultralight mirror stretched on a square frame with a side of 130 cm and a total weight of around 1,8 kg.
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The manufacturing of a ZSK - Ultralight mirror.
The manufacturing of a ZSK - Ultralight mirror.
An example of a ZSK - Ultralight mirror composed by five panels 130 cm wide and 600 cm long fixed among themselves side by side. Booth
When lighted on the front, the ZSK - Ultralight mirrors are endowed with good mirroring properties, while a back-lighting creates transparency effects less accented than those of the ZSM - Magic Mirror backdrops.The frameworks, when a ZSK - Ultralight mirrors wall is back-lighted, are in complete evidence, and this is a big difference in comparison to the backdrops ZSM - Magic Mirror.In the background, a backdrop painted by Silvano Mattei on ASC1000S - Sceno width 1.000 cm - Flame retardant. SIB 2006, ''Scenographical exhibition''
In the case showed by these pictures, the total weight of the ZSK - Ultralight mirror, limited to 65 kg, allowed to suspend with easyness a mirroring surface of around 40 m². SIB 2006, ''Scenographical exhibition''
Two large glass walls have been set to form a 90° angle on the stage of the Opéra Comédie.The walls, 11 m wide that on the left and 9 m wide that on the right and 8 m high, quote the construction technique made ​​famous by the Crystal Palace, with an iron frame and the glasses actually made ​​with 40 mirror / transparent panels 1 m wide and 4 m high made ​​with the scenographic technique of the ZSK - Ultralight mirror. Opéra Comédie, ''Orfeo ed Euridice''
Two large glass walls have been set to form a 90° angle on the stage of the Opéra Comédie.The walls, 11 m wide that on the left and 9 m wide that on the right and 8 m high, quote the construction technique made ​​famous by the Crystal Palace, with an iron frame and the glasses actually made ​​with 40 mirror / transparent panels 1 m wide and 4 m high made ​​with the scenographic technique of the ZSK - Ultralight mirror. Opéra Comédie, ''Orfeo ed Euridice''
Very light, safe and with a great effect, the ZSK - Ultralight mirrors use for the reflection of the light a really thin film (QSK - Retrafilm) that is stretched on custom aluminium frames.
On stage, they are usually used placing side by side more panels up to form whole mirroring walls or ceilings.
Those mirroring walls are normally not used for transparency effects because their frames are perfectly visible in transparency.
For transparency effects with big surfaces the backdrops ZSM - Magic Mirror are more frequently used.
Frames
aluminium made, custom realization
Maximum width of the frames
230 cm
Maximum length of the frames
virtually unlimited (but transport problems advise not to go beyond 600 cm)
Weight
depending on the size, normally it's 1,5 kg / m² ±
Optional
protective panel on the back (total weight 2 kg / m² ±)

See also ...

Opéra Comédie, ''Orfeo ed Euridice''

Lyric opera

SIB 2006, ''Scenographical exhibition''

Museums, art, architecture