Ink for ceramic surfaces.


Magdassi S, Eron G, Vinetsky Y.; 2005. Ink for ceramic surfaces.


The present invention concerns ink for printing on ceramic surfaces such as glass, which contains glass frits for silica nanoparticles and optionally a pigment beside ordinary components such as binders, pigments, additives and solvents, and is suitable for ink jet printing. A such ink will fuse to the substrate upon firing, and is characterized by: (a) having viscosity bellow 20 cPs at jetting temp. and (b) becoming an integral part of the substrate upon exposure to temps. above 500°. [on SciFinder(R)]


CAPLUS AN 2005:182764(Patent)