OPACI-COAT-300® vs. Ceramic Frit Ball Drop Test – ICD High Performance Coatings + Chemistries
This video shows various ball drops on coated and uncoated 6mm tempered glass.
Here is the series of samples tested:
- Uncoated – See the drop device continually getting raised each time the glass does not break
- OPACI-COAT-300® Coated – See a large increase in height needed to break the glass 3. Ceramic Frit Coated – See the much lower height necessary to break the glass
For more scientific documentation related to OPACI-COAT-300® not weakening glass, and ceramic frit weakening glass, click this link to read a white paper on the subject:
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