How To Produce Enamel Stove Grills With Low Cost

Recently, one of our customers who made enamel stove grills consulted us and said that the current operating costs are too high. How to reduce the cost of enamel stove grills? Can I use cheap enamel frits to reduce production costs? In response to this question, Nolifrit enamel engineers answered this question.

Common enamel stove grills include cast iron stove grill and steel plate stove grill. The enamel frits used for different substrate are different. If you just want to reduce production costs and don’t care about the effects of the products, you can just choose cheap enamel frits. However, everyone knows that the qualified rate of products produced with cheap enamel frits is very low, and the quality is not up to the requirements, so it needs to spend more materials to make and increase the production cost.

In fact, a good enamel stove must start from the aspects of material selection, enamel frits and production process control to achieve an optimal combination, so that the finished product produced has a high one-time pass rate and the lowest cost. First of all, it is necessary to choose cold-rolled plates produced by large steel plants or gray cast iron with relatively low impurity content that are not easy to produce fish scales. This will be relatively less affected by the material. Second, when choosing enamel frits, It is necessary to choose a good enamel frit that has better porcelain enamel surface effect and better adhesion, including heat resistance, cold resistance, impact resistance and salt spray test. The third point is that in process control, especially cast iron stove, which is suitable for low temperature and long firing, which can make enamel layer adheres well to the cast iron body.

With comprehensive consideration, it is not to buy cheap enamel frit to reduce the cost. It is necessary to select the most suitable material under the condition of meeting the production requirements, so that the qualified rate of the product can be improved, so as to reduce the production cost of the enamel stove grills.