Splitter mirrors can be used to create a mixture of direct and indirect light for practically all lighting applications. When a light source is placed behind (or projected onto) such a filter, this light shines clearly through the filter. When the intensity is reduced or switched off, however, the reflection of the filter comes to the fore. Thus, two worlds can be displayed at the same time. Depending on the coating of the filter, different colours can also be visualised in terms of transparency/reflection. And create such a range of different atmospheres.
The colour "magenta" is the resulting effect of transmission while green is reflected (day view). The colour appearing at the top view on the filter glass is always the complementary colour to that colour which appears at the through-view. Size and thickness of the glass sheets can be chosen.. We can also match your specifications regarding the range of colours (or gradients) and the intensity of the effects.
25 years of coating experience – we devote our expertise to your individual filter needs Our company specialises in ultra-thin coatings for glass. We use them to produce dichroics for architects, designers and artists; lighting filters for light designers and light technicians; conversion filters for goods displays for shop fitters and lighting firms, and technical filters for a wide range of applications in industry, science and medical technology.