Direct on Enamel Frit

Enamel frits are the basic ingredient of porcelain enamel. Frit is most commonly a borosilicate glass and is formulated to incorporate desired properties like chemical resistance, heat resistance, color, cleanability, and more.

Enamel frit is made by melting raw materials together at about 2400°F (1315°C). The molten glass is quenched to provide flake particles that are used to make porcelain enamel coating.

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