Technical enamel

The absolute hardness of fire, water, air and earth

Our technical enamels are made from quartz, silicates, borax, lime, soda, saltpeter and metal oxides melted at 1,400 °C. It is the particular mixing ratios of the basic substances that determine the properties of the enamel, such as resistance to aggressive media, mechanical strength etc.

Technical enamel is therefore a very special surface protection that is used for plants in the chemical, pharmaceutical and food industries.


  • high resistance to acids and (limited) resistance to alkalis
  • diffusion resistant (compared to PTFE or PFA)
  • chemically stable, biologically inert
  • physico-chemical compound with carrier material, vacuum resistant
  • flame resistant
  • physiologically safe
  • hard, pressure resistant and wear resistant

Contact & Info

Jochen Wenisch
Head of sales
Telephone: +49 6093 99666-10
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