glass Industry Overview
Quality you can clearly see
We offer a variety of unique coatings to help you meet the critical demands in the float glass industry. By adding a ceramic coating to your lift-out and lehr rollers, you can extend roller life and improve glass quality. Plus, you’ll attain higher yields of ultra-thin LCE glass and thin automotive glass.
No matter your challenge, our experts will work directly with you to find a unique plasma or proprietary Super D-Gun™ coating to help you deliver quality you can see.
Coating Services for the glass industry
Improve Wear Resistance
You can produce higher-quality glass with fewer defects when you apply a ceramic coating to your lift-out or lehr rollers. That’s because ceramic coatings are hard and wear-resistant enough to limit roughness loss, circumferential wear scars and loss of roll profile, all of which can lead to glass surface markings.
Alleviate Deposit Buildup
Applying a ceramic coating to stainless steel lift-out and lehr rollers helps limit sodium sulfate and tin oxide buildup, keeping your lines running longer and extending roller life.
Durability & Thermal Stability
Our ceramic coatings for rollers feature thermal barrier characteristics that can help improve glass contact conditions in the hottest part of the lehr—reducing heat transfer between the glass and lehr roller to alleviate distortion and heat checking. And, because a high-temperature ceramic coating won’t crack or spall as easily as solid ceramics, our ceramic coatings can extend the life of your more economical stainless steel roller.