Mirrors are manufactured by applying a reflective layer, generally silver, on glass panels.
A paint formulation -water or solvent based- is then used, mainly as a protective coating of this non-transparent layer.
Gas infrared technology can be advantageously combined with hot air tunnels and/ or dryers to ensure both drying and curing at low operational costs.
For quality issues, infrared systems can be implemented to transfer energy onto the side with the coating layer and/or onto the side of the glass plate.
Our expert team will design solutions to transfer the right amount of energy, at the right location, with a smart mix of air in order to increase production, reduce the cost and ensure mirrors quality.
Documentation: Drying systems for flat glass