Glass Coated Steel

Glass meets steel

Vitreous enamel coating is the perfect system to combine the benefits of steel (highest loadbearing capacitiy, resilience) and glass (highest chemical resistance) in one single material.

The liquid enamel fuses during one or two (depending on the required surface properties) fire processes at 850°C to become a new material:

Enameled glass coated steel.

The difference: Not stick but fused.


Glass frit +
Pigment and Add. +
Steel plates
= Glass coated steel plates

Production of one material from steel and coating with app. 850°C.

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