Difference between anodized aluminum mirror sheet and polished aluminum sheet:
Polished aluminum sheet and mirror finish anodized aluminum sheet represent two typical types of aluminum mirror sheets in the market. Generally the latter reaches a reflectivity between 90% and 95% (variable from supplier to supplier), and the former only around 85%. Polished sheets get blurred more easily, which means decrease in reflectivity. It’s said that super mirror sheets with a 99% reflectivity has been processed successfully. Considering the market demand and cost control, however, traditional sheets with common reflectivity are enough. Few people use the sheet as a real mirror, for obviously glass mirrors are cheaper and usable. In most cases aluminum mirror sheets are applied to create a decorative effect in various products like jewelry cases, labels, furniture panels, domestic appliance panels etc. As raw materials for lamp covers they do function as reflectors, but few people would care the difference of reflectivity degrees between 95% and 99% while selecting lamps.
There are two color series for a mirror finish anodized aluminum sheet: natural color and metal color. The former includes traditional red, orange, gold, light green, dark green, blue, light blue, purple, gray and black, and the latter comprises titanium gold, champagne, copper red, rose gold, light bronze, dark bronze, and steel color.
Anodizing aluminum sheet for composite panels ( ACP ) etc