ENAMEL AND CERAMIC FRITS
are made of quartz, borax, soda and other natural raw materials. 1,200 to 1,400 degrees Celsius are required to smelt them.
THE PATENTED WENDEL METHOD
uses rotary furnaces to produce flakes. First-class enamel frits are manufactured in accordance with the highest quality and environmental standards. Output is subjected to constant, strict quality controls.
THE QUALITY OF ENAMELLING
starts way before the production process: only carefully selected and tested raw materials ensure a homogeneous and bubble-free melt.