QSR - Miroplan

Glassless mirror panel

The picture underlines the slight flexibility of the panels of QSR - Miroplan, used to obtain a undistorted reflection of the images mirrored.
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The reflecting power of the panels of QSR - Miroplan is close to a standard glass mirror.
The plates of QSR - Miroplan are covered by a protective film that preserves the integrity of mirroring surface during the transportation and installation.

The comparison between the thickness of QSF - Miroflex (1 mm) and a QSR - Miroplan (3 mm).
Some panels of silver QSR - Miroplan used to realize some scenographical mirrors. On the flowing walls, that open on a RAR - Arizona Rear-illuminated backdrop, they were applied some big mirroring panels realized with some plates of silver QSF - Miroflex that the scenographical workshop submitted to a superficial treatment in order to confer them an aged appearance. Teatro Verdi di Pisa, ''Paride ed Elena''
A choreography that used 20 framed plates of QSR - Miroplan and a series of empty frames that simulated other mirrors to create some spectacular optic illusions. 2009 World Aquatics Championships
Flame reaction
IFR - inherently flame retardant
FR certification
UNI 8177 class 2
DIN 4102 class B2
polystyrene base
polyester surface
3.0 kg/m≤
3.0 mm
100 x 200 cm
Packing method
panel with protective film
mirror finish
matt black backside
Available colours
silver, gold
Custom colours

panels with mirroring properties
slight rigidity of the panels
suitable to replace glass-mirror on stage for safety reasons
the panels can be easily fixed on rigid supports with vinyl adhesive or VBI - Biadhesive Tape

number of plates

Colour chart

QSR - Miroplan01. silver02. gold

Video & Documentation

2009 World Aquatics Championships: QSR - Rigid Mirror

See also ...

2009 World Aquatics Championships


Teatro Verdi di Pisa, ''Paride ed Elena''

Lyric opera