Ceramic Frit

Ceramic fritting is a surface treatment process that involves fusing a layer of glass enamel onto the surface of glass. This process typically occurs prior to heat strengthening or tempering of the glass. The ceramic frit is applied to the glass through a fine mesh screen with the use of glass enamel. The enamel is then heated at high temperatures, causing it to fuse with the glass surface. The resulting product has a durable and long-lasting finish that is resistant to scratches, abrasions, and weathering. Ceramic fritting is commonly used in architectural applications, such as building facades, windows, and skylights, to enhance the aesthetic appeal and performance of glass products.