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Printed Glass

Romag printed glass can really help you bring your design to life with our cutting-edge printing facilities.

We employ the latest ceramic printing machinery, which is among the largest in the glass industry and have the ability to incorporate bespoke designs and motifs onto your glass. Each and every design we produce is unique to our clients. With very few restrictions, we can produce virtually any design or RAL colour — our design team can bring your concepts to reality.

Our glass printing is state-of-the-art: the glass is heated to fuse the ink onto the surface, producing a final product that is extremely durable and very stable against UV degradation and surface chemicals. This makes it suitable for many different applications in transport, architectural, and security markets. For structural glass, such as flooring, we can also design custom frit patterns for anti-slip features.

For more complex printing, Romag have the capability and the know-how to provide a printed a printed PVB film interlayer which is then laminated into two or more layers of glass. This type of printing allows an exceptional level of detail that completely protected from the external environment.

Take a look at our printed glass in use at Manchester Tram Station project below, where we produced glass panels with a leaf motif to enhance the new ‘garden’ theme. Or the 'Propellers of the City' public artwork in Sunderland. You can explore our full range of architectural glass solutions in our brochure which you can find in the downloads section.

You may also be interested in our curved, shaped, and tinted glass solutions.

Send us an email or give us a call on +44 (0)1207 500 000 to discuss how our printed glass solutions can help to make your design vision a reality.

Key Features

  • Large printing area
  • Dedicated print furnace and process line
  • Extremely durable
  • Stable against UV degradation
  • Customisable anti-slip frit-pattern for glass floors
  • RAL number colour matching

Application Areas

  • Walls
  • Windows
  • Floors
  • Canopies
  • Balustrades
  • Partitions
  • Facades
  • Sculptures and public artworks
  • Transport vehicles