Pyrolytic coating

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Pyrolytic coating is a thin film coating applied at high temperatures and sprayed onto the glass surface during the float glass process.


  • Relatively durable coating.
  • Can be tempered after coating application.
  • Can be used in single glazing applications.


Pyrolytic coating can be used as a protective or decorative coating on equipment parts, energy-insulator on window glasses, anti-friction agent in moulding applications.

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