Aodeli Australia launched a new range of stainless steel mirror panels at the National Gallery of Victoria’s Gabrielle Chanel Fashion Manifesto exhibition. The new Stainless Steel Mirror Panel (SSP) is the latest product from Aodeli, a well-known provider of fire safe facade cladding panels, and has been developed to meet the need of the Australian construction market for reliable mirror products.

The SSP features a durable 304 Grade stainless steel sheet that is polished and can be used for a variety of applications including wall and column linings for exhibition spaces. The panels are available in a variety of sizes and thicknesses from 0.5mm up to 6mm. 

“We saw a gap in the market for a quality mirror panel that could overcome some of the known temperamental issues that can occur with similar products. Using my background and extensive knowledge of coatings, I have personally overseen the development and testing of this product from start to finish and could not be happier with the result,” Aodeli Australia’s general manager Wayne Saunders explained. 

Mirror finishes are popular in exterior applications for their ability to reflect the surrounding environment and create an ever-changing unique façade. The SSP product, therefore, is manufactured to guarantee the stability of the mirror finish as any imperfections can cause the panel’s reflective properties to be compromised.  

Aodeli’s polished stainless steel mirror panels are also fully non-combustible, making the product an excellent design alternative that delivers a high end quality appearance as well as performance.