How it is produced
Porcelain enamel is an inorganic and vitreous coating used on metals for protective, functional and decorative purposes. After applying enamel to the base surface, vitrification firing is carried out at a very high temperature.

This procedure triggers between the two surfaces chemical and physical reactions which create a new material combining the properties of glass (hygiene and hardness) and those of the base metal (resistance, formability and lightness).

Rarely has the joining of two such different materials given such brilliant and versatile results, both in terms of aesthetics and performance. For this reason porcelain enamel has always enjoyed increasing growth, parallel to the search for new areas of use and formulae which comply with increasingly strict requirements.

 

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