Mirror is used in stud shafts to strengthen the surface. It contains nail holes that allow contact with the mold.
What Material Is Mirror Made Of?
Mirror is made of sheet steel.
What is the Purpose of Use?
Mirror is used in stud shafts to strengthen the surface where nuts contact the mold. It contains nail holes that allow contact with the mold. The mirror prevents them from getting lost while removing the mold.
Due to the special structure of the mirrors, which spread the nut's pressure force to the area by staying between the nut and the mold, the tightening and unscrewing process occurs very quickly.
What are Mirror Sizes and Spacing?
During the dismantling of the molds, the tapes can fall and disappear after they are removed. To prevent this, the mirrors' unit weight, which has special nail/screw holes that allow them to be attached to the mold when desired, is between 0.42 Kg and 0.54 Kg.
Compared to standard threaded studs, they are less disturbed by environmental pollution such as concrete grout. Mirrors are easy to maintain and have a long life.