Enamelled glass can be used as an opaque glass, glass panels or stemalites (tinted glass). This is a set of translucent structures. Enamelled glass is used to hide structural building elements such as floor slabs, columns, ventilation systems, electrical wiring, communications and heaters.

Often architects design buildings glazing from the ground to the roof. That is so-called structural glazing. Stemalite usage allows achieving facade unity effect over the entire area of the building.

Depending on the designers’ ideas, enamelled glass panels can have the same color as a translucent construction, shade or stand out it. Stemalites must be thermally strained not to collapse of a possible thermal shock.

Stemalites application is especially noticeable when clear zone is made of light transmitting glass with high reflectivity characteristics. Also opaque zones glazing can be more or less noticeable depending on the weather and lighting conditions, buildings and premises peculiarities, the time of a day and a kind of artificial shading usage.

Special color unity effect on the facade is achieved when applied to transparent glass areas with high reflectivity and low light transmission. You should ask our experts for advice on the project. We always offer to make a preliminary installation of full-size front glass samples, to get an idea of how to combine transparent and opaque areas.

When using single-chamber multiple glazed unit, functional coating glass is always set into the position №2, paint is applied to the outer surface №4 of a multiple glazed unit.

Our main task is to find a solution for every spectacular aesthetic glazing, to reduce heat losses and to protect the building from overheating.

We will recommend you what kind of enamel to use and help you to pick up the correct coverage.

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