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Color coating glass process
The color coating or enameling or back-painted glass process involves the application of a uniform and opaque layer of paint on the surface of the glass.
More and more used, thanks to its versatility as a decorative element, but also its durability, color coated glass helps architects and designers express their creativity.
Back-painted glass can be used both externally, through curtain walls, balustrades, canopies, and decorative elements, and internally, through partitions, wall cladding, shower screens, countertops, etc.
Color coated glass can be done with ceramic paint or water-based paint.
Roller coating, with ceramic paint, tempered
The TGP modern ceramic coating technology ensures a high degree of opacity, including light colors, by applying a layer of ceramic paint with a thickness of up to 300 grams per square meter.
The thermal tempering, carried out after coating, increases the resistance of the paint layer to abrasion, UV radiation, solvents, and weak acids.
Ceramic coating guarantees the highest degree of resistance, the glass panels can also be used outdoors.
Spray coating, with water-based paint
The coating is done by spraying special water-based paints on the surface of the glass, with the help of specific machines.
This technology allows faithful reproduction of colors, according to the RAL palette, with a uniform and durable appearance.
For high mechanical strength of the glass panel, it can be tempered before being back-painted. And to extend the life of the enamel, the glass panel can be laminated.
Coated glass with water-based paint is usually used in interior design.
Maximum coating surface:
Glass sheet thickness:
- Between 4 and 19 mm
Types of glass that can be coated:
- Float glass
- Ultra-clear glass
- Jumbo glass
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