OPACI-COAT-300® vs. Ceramic Frit – ICD High Performance Coatings + Chemistries

ICD High Performance Coatings + Chemistries Global Sales Director DJ Widmer talks about a handful of key differences between OPACI-COAT-300® and Ceramic Frit glass coatings.

Questions asked and answered:

  1. When are the coatings applied to glass?
  2. Do either of these coatings affect glass strength?
  3. How can these coatings achieve fallout resistance?
  4. What are the color range capabilities of each coating?
  5. What is the color match process for each coating?

Topics discussed: Glass Heat-Treatment, Coating Applied to Heat-Treated Glass, Ceramic Frit Weakens Glass, Concerns of Architects and Building Owners, Scientific Studies, OPACI-COAT-300® Does Not Affect Glass Strength, Fallout Resistance, Project Cost Potential Increases, Silicone Elastomeric Nature, Fallout Demo Video, Color Range, High-Heat Coating Issues, Undesirable Color Shifts, Toxic Heavy Metals, Ambient/Low-Bake Coating Advantages, Bright and Vivid Colors, Color Shifts, Color Match Samples, Production Timelines, Shipping Timelines, Color Accuracy, Color Repeatability.

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