Bobrick B-293 | Fixed Tilt Frame Mirror
Bobrick B-293 Stainless Fixed Tilt Frame Mirrors are a great addition to your offices, medical building or university. The stainless steel frames bring an easy maintenance product with a modern look. Mirror is designed to provide full visibility for wheelchair patients in hospitals and nursing homes.
18-8 S, type 304, heavy-gauge stainless steel with satin finish. Tapers from 4" (100mm) depth at top to 1" (25mm) depth at bottom. Bevel design on front holds frame tightly against mirror. Corners are welded, ground, and polished smooth. Galvanized steel back and inner stiffener frame is one-piece welded construction with slots for mounting screws and integral screw-head lock. Designer's Note: Type 304 stainless steel provides superior corrosion resistance, compared to 400 Series stainless steel, against environmental moisture, hose-down maintenance and strong cleaning solutions.
No. 1 quality, 1/4" (6mm) select float glass, selected for silvering; electrolytically copper-plated by the galvanic process, guaranteed for 15 years against silver spoilage. All edges are polished and protected by plastic filler strips; back is protected by full-size, shock-absorbing, water-resistant, nonabrasive, 1/8" (3mm) thick polystyrene padding.
|Manufacturer Part Number||293-1830, 293-1836, 293-2436|
|Dimensions||32 x 28 x 6 in|
|Reflective Surface||No.1 quality, 1/4" plate glass, warranted against silver spoilage for 15 years|
|Operation||Mirror is designed to provide full visibility for wheelchair patients in hospitals and nursing homes.|
Mount vertically on wall with four screws, furnished by manufacturer, at points indicated by an S. Screws are to be located in wall with heads protruding 5/32" (4mm) from finish face of wall. Hang mirror by hooking mounting screw slots in mirror back over screws and pulling down on mirror 1" (25mm) until unit locks in place. 7/8" (22mm) clearance is required at top of mirror for installation. For plaster or dry wall construction, provide concealed backing to comply with local building codes, then secure unit with screws furnished. 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.