The Process

The GlassKote process is basically a permanent, colour fixing process for glass. This process uniquely uses current paint computer colour-matching technology combined with a patented additive that enables efficient application to most types of glass. Possibilities are virtually unlimited when you take into account a range of textures such as metallic, florescent, opaque and translucent along with the ability to screen any graphics onto the glass.

Once the colour treatment has been applied, it fuses into the surface of the glass to form an impervious and durable surface, which retains the fullness of applied colour. Technic

ally speaking, GlassKote can be applied to any glass type whether it be heat-resistant, laminated, toughened or specialty glass with raised patterns, shapes or styles.

The inherent durability and waterproof nature of glass can not be understated. Glass requires less maintenance and outlasts most current architectural finishes. Glass is easy to clean and doesn’t harbour germs or bacteria as well as offering structural strength, durability. It is also non-porous. The real benefits of the GlassKote process are the almost unlimited pallet of colours available, and the consequent multitude of applications. The product is now used for its superior quality in areas as diverse as external architectural features of buildings, design features of interiors such as foyers and feature wall trims, splashbacks in the kitchen and bathroom, and as a substitute for tiles in wet areas. The

GlassKote process now gives you a durable and colourfast finish that creates endless design opportunities for architects, builders, designers, furniture manufacturers, and homeowners.

At the heart of the GlassKote process is a scientific innovation, the GlassKote formula. GlassKote has achieved a revolutionary agent that is mixed with colour compounds to create a durable, colourfast finish for glass.

The cornerstone of the GlassKote service is time and cost-efficiency. A vast range of colours can be produced quickly and efficiently without the need to produce large run quantities.

This all means you can achieve solid or masked colour areas on glass for your next project. Whether your application is indoors or outdoors, in wet or dry areas, the GlassKote process can help you gain the desired finish.