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Dome Mirror

We would be happy to help you decide on the right dome mirror.  For more information, please feel free to browse each of the categories below or read the information below.

Things to consider when choosing you mirror:

  • Location of the mirror (indoors or outdoors)
  • Environment where mirror will be located (warehouse, school, etc.)
  • Where the mirror will be mounted (ceiling, wall, corner, etc.)
  • How large of a viewing area do you have to monitor
360 Degree Full Dome Mirror
360 Degree Full Dome Mirror
Our 360 degree full dome mirror is a dome security mirror offering a panoramic view for security and surveillance purposes with the ability to cover large areas. Often used as a dome security mirror in retail stores to prevent theft and as a safety mirror in warehouses to avoid accidents.
Half Dome Mirror
Half Dome Mirror
180 degree dome mirror ideal for 3 way intersections to see oncoming traffic in accident prone areas. Also an effective dome security mirror to aid in viewing hard to see areas from desks, reception areas or work stations. Commonly used in hospitals, offices & warehouses.
Corner Mirror
A corner mirror provides a 90 degree view to eliminate blind spots at two way intersections. Mounts into a corner and allows you to see an entire room. Provides visibility around corners in hallways. May be used in offices or cubicles to see people entering the area.

Ceiling Dome
Ceiling Domes
Ceiling domes with a 360 degree view. Replaces a standard drop in ceiling panel (2'X2'). Shatterproof acrylic lens available in mirrored, smoked and see through lenses. Easy to Install.
 
 


Utilize A Dome Mirror To See Down Aisles, Hallways, Blind Spots, Pedesterian and Forklift Traffic. An Inexpensive and Practical Solution To Avoid Accidents and Theft.

A Dome Mirror will offer an effective, low cost means to monitor an area for security, surveillance or safety purposes. We have dome mirrors for 360, 180 & 90 degree viewing. Full dome, half dome and corner domes to fit your application. .

Click Here For Dome Mirror Dimensions & Help Determining The Right Size Dome

  • Dome Mirrors and Safety
  • Types of Dome Mirrors

Do you have those problematic areas in your office, workshop, warehouse, or retail store where you cannot see concealed areas or where there's a dangerous intersection?

If so we would recommend a dome mirror. Dome mirrors are a versatile security and safety mirror you can mount on a ceiling, a wall, or even hang from the ceiling. There are even versions referred to as "drop in dome" mirrors that replace office tiles you see in office ceilings.

You've seen them in many locations. The are actual convex mirrors with a large outward curve, from the edges to the center with the center (or focal point) being higher than the edges. This provides provides viewers with a panoramic, wide angle viewing of areas. From a close distance to many feet away, ceiling, dome, or "bubble mirrors" are used a safety mirror, security mirror, or both.

Common uses of Dome Mirrors: No matter what or where you trouble spot is, there's usually a security or safety mirror that will work in your situation.

Surveillance Mirror: Mounting this mirror on the ceiling, wall, or at the intersection of a wall and ceiling, when a potential thief sees these mirrors hanging, they know they are potentially being monitored and will second-guess what they were about to do.

MiirrorPros also carries smoked dome mirrors that drop-in to a ceiling concealing security camera or other device. Because you cannot see through the smoked lens you actually don't even know if there is a camera inside the dome so you are still providing a benefit while saving money.

Retail Store: Typically mounted near an aisle or at a corridor intersection, store owners and shop managers use these mirrors to avoid costly workplace accidents. They may also use these mirrors to monitor the activity with the store itself and the wide angle view provides an excellent view they may not have had before.

Warehouses: Used primarily as a safety device, the mirrors are mounted at an indoor warehouse, typically at hallway intersections, aisles intersections, or other areas where potential accidents may occur. OSHA requires business owners to provide a safe workplace for their employees. By providing safety mirrors, accidents may be avoided.

Offices: Work locations use dome mirrors for a variety of reasons. The drop-in dome replace a ceiling tile and are available in 4'x4' or 4'x6' models. Because workers cannot see-through the smoked lens they do not know if they are being monitored or not. Ceiling domes drop right into the ceiling requiring very little installation.

What type of mirror do I need? Dome mirrors are available as full dome mirrors, half dome mirrors, and quarter dome mirrors (Corner Mirrors).

Full domes offer a 360 degree of a given area and provided the largest viewing area of all the domed mirrors. They are typically mounted directly to the ceiling by using screws through the pre-drilled holes in the flange. A 360-degree full dome mirror provide views or spots the human eye won't be able to see.

Half-dome mirrors provide a 180 degree viewing area and are typically mounted at the intersection of the wall and ceiling. The reflective image produced by the mirrored lenses provide a view of activity, even at a glance, to deter crime, prevent theft, and to avoid costly accidents.

Quarter dome mirrors are also known as corner mirrors are usually mounted at the intersection of two-walls and a ceiling. Fitting snugly in the corner, these mirrors allow oncommers to see traffic coming at them.

What type of backing do I need? We have three types of mirror backing types. No backing, treated hardboard, and stainless steel backing. If you are mounting the mirror indoor the no-backing option, in most cases, is perfectly fine. Because the mirror is being mounted indoors the backing is not needed to protect the lens from the environment. If you indoor area is more humid than normal, we would recommend the treated hardboard backing.

Treated hardboard is another backing option. The hardened fiberboard is sprayed with a specialized weather resistant paint that protects the mirror from rain, sleet, snow, and other outdoor weather environments.

Steel backing looks nice and is also the most rugged choice. The galvanized steel will withstand even the most difficult environments.

What type of lens to do I need? Our len types are acrylic, and Duramir.

Acrylic dome mirror lenses are the most popular choice for many. The least expensive option, acrylic is light weight and semi-durable while providing an excellent view. While the reflection quality is even with Duramir, the cost would be the only reason to choose acrylic over Duramir.

The Duramir is equivalent to polycarbonate but lighter, more durable, and less expensive. Duramir dome mirrors are lightweight and virtually indestructible. We have tested these mirrors by driving cars and trucks over them, hitting them with a baseball bat, and trying to abuse them just about every way we could think of.

Exclusive to MirrorPros,the Duramir brand of security and safety mirror and the top-rated choice when you need a mirror in extreme conditions. Hospitals, prisons, parking garages, and many other types of locations all over the world have chosen Duramir for it resistance to breakage, whether by accident or by vandalism. Because it won't break, this brand is excellent for location like day-care centers, grocery stores, or other areas where shards of glass on the floor would be catastrophic.

Duramir has also been used in prison and mental facilities all over the world due to the fact it won't break and create sharp shards of material that could be used as a weapon.

What size mirror do I need? In a nutshell, call us for help and we would be happy to help. The right size of a dome mirror tends to be a little confusing, especially when decided on half and quarter dome mirrors. Click on the length to each mirror to see a sizing chart to help you select the right size you need.

How do I mount the mirror? Depending on the mirror type, they are mounted using the pre-drilled holes in the flange, a t-bar or mounting bracket, or suspended from the ceiling using a chain and fish eye hooks. For details on the mounting options for each mirror, click the link for the specific type of mirror. Each mirror will have a link to the installation instructions and mounting options.

Our top rated mirrors are available in two lens types and three types of backings. No backing mirrors are used indoors and are not recommended for outdoor locations. The backing will protect the mirror from the elements but as long as the mirror stays indoors, the no-backing model is a good, economical choice.

MirrorPros has been selling security and safety mirrors online for many years. As a trusted supplier for thousands of business all over the world, you can feel assured when you buy a mirror from us, you are getting a high quality mirror that will last you for years. We are so confident in our mirrors we offer a 30-day satisfaction guarantee. If you don't love the mirror, return it for a refund.

Our opinion is that many online sellers use inferior brands that use a thinner lens material or poor backing construction. Not only are our mirrors top-rated by thousands of our customers, buying from MirrorPros will save you money.