What Is Low Temperature Enamel Frit?

The Difference Between Low Temperature And High Temperature Enamel Frit

According to the firing temperature, enamel frits can generally be divided into high-temperature, medium-temperature and low-temperature enamel frits. Low-temperature enamel frits are actually one type of enamel frits. In order to facilitate the use of enamel factories, enamel suppliers on the market now also have high-temperature, low-temperature two-in-one or high-temperature, medium-temperature, low-temperature three-in-one ground coat. This type of enamel ground coat will fire wider than any other single ground coat.

For the steel plate ground coat, the low temperature ground coat generally refers to the firing temperature at 780~820°C, the medium temperature ground coat at 820~860°C, and the high temperature ground coat at 840~880°C. For the steel plate cover coat, the low temperature cover coat is generally at 780~820°C, and the high temperature cover coat is generally at 820-860°C. Most of the cast iron enamel frits are low temperature, which depends on the enamel product.

When an enamel factory purchases enamel frits, it must first consider the product itself, at what temperature it can be fired, the effect and performance of the porcelain surface are better, and secondly, enamel frits fired at a lower temperature can save energy for the firing furnace. Manufacturers save costs. Nolifrit is a supplier of enamel frits and inorganic pigments, providing customers with one-stop service, if you have related needs, please contact us!