Ceramit is a remarkably versatile decorative low temperature enamel which cures to a surface virtually equivalent to hard fired low temperature enamel. Cermitation features rich, warm colors which can also be mixed to create unique colors and shades. May be applied to any porous surface not affected by the heat of the curing cycle: metal, ceramic, porcelain, glass, rock, plastic and more. Cures to a hardness of 60 to 75 on the SWARD scale (kiln fired low temperature enamel is 65-80) in just 30-45 minutes at a maximum temperature of 250°F (120°C). Temperature controlled ovens, infrared lamps and portable electric heaters can be used for curing.
- Non-conductive. Surfaces enameled with Ceramitation may be electroplated without affecting the color or finish
- Can cure at room temperature
- 2 oz bottle of opaque, fluorescent, metallic and transparent colors available
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