Institution mirrors have been created for use in institutional environments such as police stations, prisons and secure hospitals.
They come in a variety of styles and are usually made from either polycarbonate or stainless steel, depending on where they are being used. These mirrors have unique features that meet Home Office, Police and Prison Service standards whilst providing additional security at an affordable cost.
Institutional polycarbonate mirrors are ideal for areas where flame resistance is a priority, such as factories and kitchens. They have a powder-coated tamper proof frame and the mirrors are securely fastened to the tabbed steel fixing frame to prevent any injuries.
In comparison, institutional stainless-steel mirrors are made from highly polished mirror-quality stainless steel. These mirrors are unbreakable, heat resistant and easier to maintain. Those with a half or quarter face can be supplied with anti-ligature frames.
Take a look at some of our institution mirrors below:
- Securikey Stainless Steel Dome Mirror – from £522.00 inc. VAT
This stainless-steel ligature free dome mirror is perfect for wide angle surveillance, suitable for use in correctional, detainment, NHS and psychiatric institutions and perfect for cells, secure rooms, visiting areas and 4-way intersections in corridors. It has been developed to meet the stringent requirements of the UK Home Office and the London Metropolitan Police. This mirror should ideally be fitted at least a metre away from a wall for best results.
- Securikey Stainless Steel 1/2 Dome Mirror – from £414.00
This ½ dome stainless steel mirror is a police approved anti-ligature mirror perfect for detention cells and rooms in psychiatric hospitals thanks to its 180 degree wide angle mirror. This institution mirror has been manufactured from convex stainless steel and has anti-tamper fittings.
- 1/4 Dome Institution Mirror
Securikey Polycarbonate 1/4 Dome Mirror – from £231.00 inc. VAT
This institutional 1/4 dome polycarbonate mirror is a heavy-duty mirror for use in secure institutions. The quarter dome should be mounted in to a corner to provide 90° vision and is designed so that officers, warders and nurses are able to view the inmate/patient to see if it is safe to enter and that nobody is concealed behind the door. The mirror is also used in right angled passageways in prisons, institutions and justice court to prevent attacks, avoid collisions and for the surveillance of passageways.
For more advice on the right type of mirror for your needs, please contact our team on 0800 567 7549.