Black dots(bubbles or pinholes) on cover coat (mostly on white cover coat) is a common fault of enamel coating process. It may happend in many areas like enamel cookware or enamel panels. What’s the main reason of this fault? And how to avoid this? With experience for over 30 years, technical team from Nolifrit is very professional to solve all kinds of problem like this, and we even have successful cases before:
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Black dots on white cover coat (for enamel saucer)
1, The steel substrate is not clean enough.
2, There are too much C, S, P contained in steel substrate.
3, There are impurities mixed in cover coat enamel slurry.
4, Fire temperature is not reasonably controlled, so the ground coat is rare fired.
1, Before enameling, the steel plate should be cleaned, without any rust or dust.
2, Choose better steel plate, enamel grade steel is highly recommended.
3, Avoid the pollution of enamel slurry, and take more careful on the use amount of clay and other additives.
4, Reasonably control the temperature of furnace, ground coat should be fully fired.
(Those advises are all based on our customer’s situation, which subject to the actual practice.)
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