Ceramic Frits

One of the largest Frits manufacturers in Asia and Our Establishment since 1993 .

Founded in 1993 as BELGIUM GLASS and CERAMICS (P) LTD. engaged in the manufacturing field all kinds of ceramic frits for the glaze tile industries with State-Of-The-Art manufacturing plant and technology.

We are equipped with one of the world's latest technology and most advanced weighing and batching plant and a battery of world's latest technology and most advanced continuous frit kilns, with a production capacity of approximately 200 MTs /day, which makes us one of the largest frit manufacturers in Asia.

• Ceramic Frits
• Rustic Frits
• Semi Glossy Frits
• Super Glossy Frits
• High Thermal Frits
• Satin Matt Ready Compounds
• Silky Matt Ready Compounds
• Rustic Surface Ready Compounds
• Luster Powder
• Ceramic Glaze Stains
• Lapato Glazes
• Vitrosa

and all kinds of frits and glazes for monoporosa (single firing) wall and floor tiles and also for double fast firing wall tiles - temp. From 1020o C to 1210o C. We can also produce frits and ready compounds as per given benchmark / provided sample.

Frit is a ceramic composition that has been fused in a special fusing oven, quenched to form a glass, and granulated. Frits form an important part of the batches used in compounding enamels and ceramic glazes; the purpose of this pre-fusion is to render any soluble and/or toxic components insoluble by causing them to combine with silica and other added oxides.[1] However not all glass that is fused, and quenched in water is frit, as this method of cooling down very hot glass is widely used in glass manufacture.

The origin of the word "frit" dates back to 1662 according to the OED as " a calcinated mixture of s and fluxes ready to be melted in a crucible to make glass". Nowadays this is more commonly called "glass batch", the unheated raw materials.

In antiquity, frit could be crushed to make pigments or shaped to create objects. It may also have served as an intermediate material in the manufacture of raw glass. The definition of frit tends to be variable and has proved a thorny issue for scholars. In recent centuries, frits have taken on a number of roles, such as biomaterials and additives to microwave dielectric ceramics. Frit in the form of alumino-silicate can be used in glaze free continuous casting refractories.