Digital In-Glass Printing
Prel-Design printed glass allows you to reproduce the image of your choice on one or more glass panels. The image is reproduced using a digital printer which applies one or more layers of liquid ceramic on the surface of the glass. Once the application is completed, the glass is tempered or heat strengthened, in order to fire-fuse the ceramic to the glass.
- Any type of image or photo, opaque or translucent patterns can be printed.
- The same image can be repeated on several glass panels or enlarged and split between a number of panels, all in high definition, up to 720 dpi.
- Prel-Design Digital Printing is permanent and is exceptionally resistant to scratching, cracking, fading and chemical attacks
Standards and Certifications
ASTM C1036 – Flat glass, ASTM C1048- Heat-treated flat glass, CAN/CGSB 12.1 – Verre de sécurité trempé ou feuilleté,
CPSC 16 CFR 1201- Safety standard for architectural glazing materials,
ANSI Z97.1 – Standard – Safety Glazing Materials Used in Buildings – Safety Performance Specifications and Methods of Test
Ultraclear, Clear, Tinted, Low-e*, Laminated, Bent, Tempered, Heat Strengthened
The ceramic coating is applied on face #2 on the supporting lite of glass.* The glass must be heat strengthened or fully tempered. It is not recommended to expose the ceramic coating to the elements. Use on an external face should be avoided.
The ceramic coating can be applied on face # 2, 3 or 4 of laminated glass.* For exterior applications all the glass plies that make up the laminated glazing should be heat strengthened or fully tempered.
The ceramic coating is applied on face #2 or 3 of the insulated glass unit.* The two lites that make up the unit should be heat strengthened or fully tempered.
*Certain conditions apply. Contact us for more information.
Commercial and institutional buildings
Curtain walls, punch windows, doors and interior partitions, railings, stairs and glass flooring, wall coverings, etc.
Kitchen backsplashes, shower doors, etc.
Glass elevators, signage, illuminated signs, etc.