Manufacturer & Exporter of a wide range of products which include Enamel And Glaze Frits such as Enamel Frits, Bonding Frits, Transparent Glaze Frits, Opaque Glaze Frits, Aluminum Enamel Frits, Raw Glaze Frits and many more items.
Enamel coatings on steel or aluminum give a glassy coating on metal, which is very easy to clean. This makes enameled steel, cast iron or aluminum ideal for cooking and eating utensils, and pressure cookers. The attractiveness and durability of the enamel surface also makes it suitable for outer walls of buildings (curtain walls) as they never require repainting or re-plastering. A double curtain wall, with a styro-foam insulation between the layers can reduce building air-conditioning costs by as much as 40%
Enameled steel, or aluminium are also ideal for road signs and outdoor advertising, as the colours do not fade even afeter 50 years of exposure to atmosphere, wind and water!
Our Corrosion Resistant enamels can protect from water or even hot mineral acids, such as sulphuric or nitric acids.
Bonding Frits are used as a sort of 'glue' to hold together ceramic-based bodies of crucibles, grinding wheels, spark plugs and other items. They can also be used sealing metallic tubes with non-metallic material. The appropriate frit is powdered and mixed with the body to be bonded, then fired to its melting temperature (which must be lower than that of the material being bonded). On cooling, the bonding frit hardens and holds the body together.
We offer a wide range of Transparent Glaze Frits, which is used for making colored glazes for sanitary ware, tiles, bone china and hotel china. These are appreciated for excellent gloss and whiteness, good flatness and stability. Our range of frits also finds application in earthenware, floor and wall tiles and can be offered in opaque white glaze or a transparent glaze as per the requirements.
With our rich experience in the respective domain, we offer a quality range of Opaque Glaze Frits. These opaque white and colored fritted and raw glazes are used for tiles, sanitary ware, bone china and porcelain. Glaze frits are very suitable for textured surfaces or pieces with carved detail and are used as a base for majolica work.
We are involved in offering an extensive range of Aluminum Enamel Frits, which is used for coating aluminum utensils. These frits melts at the temperature of about 550 deg. C. that provides the aluminum surface a glossy, colorful coat and ensuring weather and abrasion resistant properties. Further, these coatings are highly durable than anodizing and can offered in different variety of colors.
We offer our clients an extensive range of Raw Glaze Frits, which is widely appreciated by our valued clients. It provides a glossy, colorful coat and ensuring weather and abrasion resistant properties. Further, these coatings are highly durable than anodizing and can offered in different variety of colors.
We manufacture various kinds of fritted glazes, both transparent and opaque, for the bone china, sanitary ware, terra-cotta, tile and tableware industries, as well as raw glazes for stoneware and porcelain.
Our transparent glaze frit, MLG-02 fuses at 900 deg. C. and can be used for terra-cotta glazing. Addition of 10% quartz powder to the glaze raises the fusion temperature to 1050 deg. C., and the same glaze can be used for earthen ware, tiles and sanitary ware.
We have developed a new, fully transparent lead free glaze, BC-02, fusing at around 1040 to 1100 deg. C, suitable for bone china, as well as earthenware bodies, including tableware, floor and wall tiles, sanitary ware, etc. This frit can either be used directly in Low Temperature Earthen ware glazes, or as an additive to enhance gloss of High Temperature glazes.
We also have a low temperature lead free glaze. BOF, which can be used as a terra-cotta glaze, or , with the addition of 3-4 % to your regular glaze, can improve its gloss and reduce pinholes.
Since BOF is also electrically resistant, it can also be used to reduce pinholing in insulator glazes, with a 20-25 % addition ot the insulator glaze.