The enamel layer is applied to the plane pane by silk-screening either on the full surface or on parts of it and is firmly connected to the glass by baking it at a temperature of 650℃. In this way, the enamel coat becomes largely abrasion resistant and resistant to UV- radiation and discoloring. Ceramic paint is a glass like layer that is applied by melting onto the glass and cannot be removed without damaging the glass itself. Ceramic paint largely consists of transparent, soft molten glass that encloses the pigments during the baking and consequently binds them permanently.In addition to the type of glass used, translucency also depends on the glass thickness, the color and the layer thickness. Brighter colors have generally a higher degree of light transmission than dark colors.

For this type of application, the selection of the color and the degree of printing are extremely important. The brighter the colors, the greater amount of light can penetrate into the pane and the smaller the degree of printing, the more transparency. The definition of these two parameters is therefore dependent on the efficiency to be obtained. There are standard patterns that you can select from. Of course, it is also possible for us to apply your own creations onto the glass. Today, walk-on glazing is rather fashionable as steps or cutouts on the floor. For public areas and optionally for private applications, law prescribes various skid resistance categories, according to DIN 51130. By varying the degree of printing and the special paints used, these categories can be complied with.