Laminated glass panel VIM DECOR

laminated glass panel
laminated glass panel
laminated glass panel
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laminated, insulating, double-glazed
for facade, roof
Other characteristics
digitally-printed, enameled, screen-printed, translucent


Digitaly printed & toughened glass : Seristal image Seristal image is enamelled glass printed using a digital process; direct on glass digital printing. We use recently developed ceramic printing inks to print directly on glass any motif converted into a digital image. After the print out, the glazing is toughened which allows the enamels to be cooked and gives extra mechanical strength to the glass. Advantages suitable for small series while enamelled glass printed using screens requires mass production may reproduce any image you can imagine a full colour palette can be obtained thanks to the combination of the basic colours multicolour print is possible with various levels of opacity, a broad range between opaque to highly transparent printings can be achieved. large glass panels, up to 3600 X 2080 mm may be printed can be subsequently laminated or assembled in insulating glass units White ceramic printing on glass roof & banners The entrance hall of Levallois-Perret public library is entirely made with toughened & laminated decorative glass : Seristal image laminated Roofing Design featuring different alphabets including cuneiform writing. Two toughened heat soak tested 12 mm thick Low-iron glass laminated, one is printed with white ceramic ink. Decorative banners Design featuring pen-and-ink sketches ounce drawn by Mr Gustave Eiffel for the building of the tower. Two toughened and heat soak tested 8 mm thick Low-iron glass laminated , one is printed with ceramic ink.


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