Ceramic glazes can be applied by means of several methodologies but the most popular (and widespread) is the airless spray system. However, sometimes they can also be processed along the glazing line by means of bell or vela systems.
Each application system required, of course, different evaluations about the glaze's rheology.
In other words, the glaze must be marked by specific features according and depending on the system with which is applied along the production line. The episode focuses exactly on these differences and on the chemicals that can - or must be - used to achieve the required properties. At the end, a brief focus on synthetic additives that are useful to prevent the proliferation of bacterial attacks, before and during the application stage.
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