Enameling glass

Enameling process is a process during which with a controlled heating in a special drive is applied a ceramic layer in color on a clean glass surface. Ceramic enamel is applied to the glass in the same layer using special rollers after which it dries. The thickness of the applied layer of enamel can be 10-100μm which provides transparent and opaque color effects. After applying and drying, the enameled glass goes through the process of tempering which makes the enamel resistant to mechanical damage (scratches and wear), solvents, "UV" radiation, and temperature changes to 470C and atmospheric influences.

Glass is enameled in color, according to the "RAL" and "NCS" standards in order to achieve accurate tone of the color. In addition to solid, by the process of the silk-screen print glass can be manufactured in various colors and on the motifs. They are available in thicknesses of 4-19mm maximum size 360x180cm.


Enameled glass can be used as a single, laminated or within the thermal package, which is widely used:

-Wall panels




-Shop windows