Bobrick Angle Frame Mirror
- 30.00 LBS
- Calculated at Checkout
Bobrick B-290 | Angle Frame Mirror
Stainless Steel, welded, angle frame mirror, Bobrick Model B-290 Series. Bobrick Mirror shall be framed with one-piece, type 304, stainless steel angle 3/4 in. x 3/4 in. Frame shall be roll-formed construction with continuous integral stiffener on all sides. Frame shall have beveled design on front of angle to hold mirror tightly against frame to prevent exposure to sharp edges. Corners shall be heliarc welded, ground and polished smooth. Exposed surfaces shall have satin finish with vertical grain. Mirror shall be No. 1 quality, 1/4 in. float/plate glass. All mirror edges shall be protected with plastic filler strips. Mirror back shall be protected by full size, shock absorbing, water-resistant, non-abrasive 1/8 in. thick polyethylene padding. Galvanized steel back shall have integral hanging brackets for mounting on concealed screws to permit glass replacement; attachment by rivets or tabs is not acceptable. Mirror shall be secured to hanger with concealed Phillips head locking setscrews in bottom of frame.
18-8 S, type 304, heavy-gauge stainless steel, 3/4" x 3/4" (19 x 19mm) angle with vertical-grain satin finish. Onepiece, roll-formed construction forms continuous integral stiffener on all sides. Bevel design on front of angle holds frame tightly against mirror. Corners of mirror frame are heliarc welded, ground and polish smooth. Galvanized steel back is fastened to frame with concealed screws and equipped with integral horizontal hanging brackets near the top and bottom of the mirror for hanging the mirror and to prevent the mirror from pulling away from the wall. Locking devices secure mirror to concealed wall hanger. In Screw Locking Design(see figure 2), concealed Philips-head locking screws securely fasten mirror to wall
No. 1 quality, 1/4" (6mm) select float glass (standard glass): selected for silvering, electrolytically copper-plated by the galvanic process, and guaranteed for 15 years against silver spoilage. All edges protected by plastic filler strips; back is protected by full-size, shock-absorbing, water-resistant, nonabrasive, 3/16" (5mm) thick polyethylene padding.
CONCEALED WALL HANGER
20-gauge (0.9mm) galvanized steel. Incorporates lower support member, forming rigid rectangle, which engages lower backplate louvers to keep bottom of mirror against wall.
|Manufacturer Part Number||290 -1830, 290 -1836, 290 -2430, 290 -2436, 290 -2448, 290 -2460|
|Dimensions||32 x 28 x 6 in|
|Reflective Surface||No.1 quality 1/4" thick plate glass, warranted against silver spoilage for 15 years|
|Materials||Type 304 stainless steel angle with satin finish, |
Corners heliarc welded, ground and polished smooth
Beveled frame edge at mirror for improved appearance
|Options||Polished Stainless Steel, Tempered Glass, or Laminated Glass reflective surfaces are available as special order.|
Mount wall hanger on wall with screws (furnished by manufacturer) at points indicated by an S. For plaster or dry wall construction, provide backing to comply with local building codes, then secure wall hanger with screws furnished. When providing a concealed backing, allow backing to cover range of mounting hole locations shown on drawing. For other wall surfaces, provide fiber plugs or expansion shields for use with screws furnished, or provide 1/8" (3mm) toggle bolts or expansion bolts. Hang mirror on wall hanger with all four backplate louvers engaged behind horizontal wall hanger members. To do this, mirror must be centered in front of the wall hanger horizontally, pressed flat against the wall approximately 1" (25mm) above final position and then lowered into final position.
Snap Locking Design — Locking devices automatically secure mirror to concealed wall hanger when it is lowered into final position. Locking devices may be unlocked by inserting two flat blade screwdrivers behind each side of mirror near the bottom or under the bottom of the mirror and pulling mirror bottom forward and then up.
Screw locking Design — Lock mirror to wall hanger by tightening Phillips-head locking screws that are concealed in the bottom of frame at points indicated by a T. Mirror may be unlocked from wall hanger by loosening locking screws and lifting