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Glass is to be inspected at an angle perpendicular [90 degrees] to the surface and viewed under natural light i.e. not in direct sunlight or under bright lighting. Clear or translucent glass is to be inspected from a viewing distance of 1.5 metres looking through the glass to a point 1 metre behind the glass.
The general purpose of glass is to be looked through – not at. The above applies to mirrors in as much as mirrors are designed to show a reflection – not focusing on the surface.
Seeds, bubbles and spots smaller than 1 mm are acceptable in any number. Those inclusions that are between 1 mm and 3 mm are allowable as long as there is no more than 1 per panel.
Please Note:- Australian standards allow for inclusions up to 5 mm in diameter.
These Doors are made in accordance with Australian Building Code AS 1288 Clause 5.11 which states:-
5.11 MIRRORS AND OTHER TYPES OF GLASS SUBJECT TO RISK OF HUMAN IMPACT
Where mirrors and other types of glass are required to be Grade A safety glass, ordinary annealed glass may be substituted when the panel is fully backed by and completely adhered to a solid material.