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    Primo® XT Mirror acrylic

    Plexiglass® mirror in stock in 11 different colours and cut to sizeFrom 54,96 per m2 ex VAT
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    • 25x stronger than glass
    • In stock in 11 different colours
    • Can be ordered cut to size
    Want to fabricate a product?

    Do you want us to mill, laser-cut, glue, bend or drill your material for example?

    Mail to: sales@pyrasied.nl
    Call us at: 058 – 76 76 100

    Maximum size

    3050×2050 mm

    • Product details

    • Characteristics

    • Technical specifications

    • FAQ

    Mirrors are sheets with a mirror surface on one side. These sheets are made by evaporating a metallic layer on one side of a transparent or coloured sheet. This layer is protected with a PU-coating. PyraSied has the mirrors in stock in various colours in acrylic and in silver in polycarbonate. Polycarbonate mirror is way more impact resistant than an acrylic mirror. However, polycarbonate is more scratch-sensitive than acrylic. Acrylic can be set in a radius of 300x the material thickness without any rupture, if neatly cut. With polycarbonate that is 100x the material thickness.

    An advantage of mirror acrylic is that it does not break as quickly as normal mirrors. In fact, it is technically unbreakable. Another advantage over normal mirrors is that it is a lot lighter in weight and easy to fabricate. Mirrored plexiglass has hardly any thickness tolerance. The Primo XT mirror acrylic (Plexiglass®/pmma) is 25 times stronger than glass and is in stock in 11 different colours in a thickness of 3mm. Mirror acrylic is light weight, rigid, practically unbreakable and barely knows any thickness tolerance. The mirror coating is very vulnerable. As such, one should not apply any kind of tape to the mirror’s surface, even if it’s temporary. Removing the tape will damage the coating. You should also avoid the use of any acid materials. See the FAQ for more information.

    Stock Primo® XT mirror acrylic

    PyraSied is having 11 different mirror colours of XT acrylic sheets on stock in 3mm with a gloss/mirror surface. You can order this material cut to size, per full sheet or you can compose your own mix-pallet with various colours.

    Primo® XT silver 107
    Primo® XT gold 207
    Primo® XT bronze 307
    Primo® XT anthracite 407
    Primo® XT red 208
    Primo® XT blue 108
    Primo® XT yellow 025
    Primo® XT orange 028
    Primo® XT pink 052
    Primo® XT blue 062

    Other mirrors
    PyraSied does also have a silver spy mirror, coloured two-way mirrors and a mirror of polycarbonate. Polycarbonate mirrors are more impact resistant than acrylic mirrors.


    The mirror can be used for many different applications. When the weight of the material is important, then plastic has a major advantage. Glass mirrors are for example dangerous for ceilings, therefore plastic mirrors offer a safer solution. Polycarbonate mirror is recommended when the mirror must be hufterproof. Mirror acrylic is slightly flexible and must be attached to a flat surface for a good result. If this is not done properly, you will get a distorting mirror. The standard acrylic mirrors can be used for outdoor applications and in wet conditions. It is important in this situation that the edge is sealed, otherwise the metal-coating will oxidise.

    For inspiration, please take a look on our Acrylic Community.


    Sawing, milling, laser-cutting, warm bending, bonding, drilling, faceting, polishing, matting and printing.

    For more information about fabricating acrylics, please go to our fabrication page.



    acrylic / plexiglass® / acrylglas, design plastics




    solid colours

    Colour tints:

    mirror anthracite XT407, mirror blue XT062, mirror blue XT108, mirror bronze XT307, mirror gold XT207, mirror green XT091, mirror orange XT028, mirror pink XT052, mirror red XT208, mirror silver XT107, mirror yellow XT025


    gloss, mirror

    Maximal sheet size:


    Thickness in mm:

    3, 5




    decors, retail design, signage


    architecture, building & renovation, decor building, display building, glass trade, interior building, laser/engraving companies, plastic fabricators/trade, retail design, Sanitary & installation, signage & advertising, yacht & marine building

    Technical specifications
    Coefficient of expansion:
    0,6 mm/m/4ºC
    1,19 g/cm3
    Thickness tolerance:
    Saw tolerance:
    +/- 1 mm
    Deviation angularity:
    3300 MPa
    Fire classification:
    E according to EN13501
    Bending strength:
    1200 kg/cm
    User Temperature:
    -40ºC – + 80ºC
    Clean cut
    Protective film:
    All sheets are provided with a PE-protective foil (one-sided)

    Datasheet Mirror Acrylics

    Frequently Asked Questions
    What is acrylic/Plexiglass®?

    Acrylic (pmma) is the plastic that is also known as Plexiglass®. Our own brand of acrylic is called Versato®. Acrylic is in the basis 40% colourless, light weight, rigid, practically unbreakable, easy to fabricate and is therefore better than glass in some respects. Acrylic is weather proof, UV stable and does not yellow.

    What is the difference between cast acrylic and extruded acrylic?

    There are two main types of acrylic, cast (GS) and extruded (XT) acrylic. An advantage of cast acrylic is that it is easy to produce in small quantities, which offers flexibility. Extruded acrylic has the advantage that it hardly knows any thickness tolerance.

    When do you choose for acrylic and when for polycarbonate?

    Polycarbonate is more impact resistant than acrylic and has a better fire rating than acrylic. Extruded acrylic has the fire classification E according to the applicable norm EN 13501-1. Acrylic burns completely without smoke or emissions of other hazardous products. Deformation will take place depending on how the material is used. We do not recommend to use this material as ceilings in escape routes because of the possible deformation. Polycarbonate has the fire classification Bs1d0 according to EN 13501-1 for the thicknesses of 1 to 6 mm.

    Can I apply the mirror to a curved surface?

    No, mirror acrylic is slightly flexible and must be attached to a flat surface for a good result. This is due to the reflection. If this is not done properly, you will get a distorting mirror (funhouse mirror).
    In addition, the larger the surface of the mirror sheet, the greater the distortion effect. Keep this in mind.

    Mirrors can also not be warm bended, the mirror layer becomes matte or worse.

    How do I install mirror sheets and which materials can I use?

    It is possible to attach the mirror with mirror holders, spacers or with sealant on a wall. (you can only do this once! When removing the mirror, the mirror film will be damaged). You should use an acid-free silicone sealant when attaching the mirror sheets to walls or other substrates. As the mirror sheets do expand and contract with temperature, the minimum thickness of the sealant layer is 2 mm behind the sheets. You can also use natural foam tape with a minimum thickness of 2mm.
    You can not use regular tape or anything acidic, even temporary.

    How do I clean mirror sheets?

    The mirrors can be cleaned with a soft non-woven cloth. You can use water with some detergent, household vinegar or cleaning-alcohol. PyraSied recommends to use Burnus antistatic cleaner or VuPlex. VuPlex gives a protective layer and removes visually small scratches. PyraSied can supply these multifunctional cleaners. You should never use Glassex, strong solvents, schotch-brite and other abrasive products. When the material has scratches, you can remove those by sanding the front side of the material with a grain 1200 (depending on the deepness of the scratch) followed by polishing the material with a soft cotton and a polishing agent.

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