A glass painting process using screens or rollers, whereby the paint fuses with the vitreous mass and the colour will not change. Vitrification is possible through tempering, a process by which the glass and paint bond together.
Vitrification can be uniform, fully or partially colouring the glass using an automatic paint roller or by screen printing for decorative glass with motifs. This process allows glass to be customized with colour guide paint (RAL or Pantone), according to the client’s design.
Ceramic paint is used for the line of vitrified glass because it is the only one that can withstand the high temperatures during tempering. This action causes the glass and paint to merge, resulting in coloured decorative glass that is highly durable and resistant to external stress, abrasions, thermal shocks and ultraviolet light.
The characteristics of coloured tempered glass make vitrified glass extremely versatile and applicable to any element: bus and coach windscreens, ships’ bridges and portholes, lifts, guard-rails, elevators, glass canopies, lamps, tabletops, office furniture, kitchen furniture, worktops, bathroom screens, façade cladding, elements of commercial facilities, etc.