SERVICES

DECORATION FOR THE PROMOTIONAL AND INDUSTRIAL SECTORS

TECHNIQUES

We offer the following techniques to companies that need promotional glassware and / or decorated containers.

Screen printing with ceramic inks (glazing)

Decorating with screens is the most popular procedure and has countless advantages:

· Wide decorative surface area.
· Up to 8 colours in a single run.
· Highly resistant.
· Access to a wide colour palette.
· Camera positioning to print in the desired location.
· Combinable with other decoration methods.

 

 

Screen printing with ceramic inks (glazing)

Decorating with screens is the most popular procedure and has countless advantages:

· Wide decorative surface area.
· Up to 8 colours in a single run.
· Highly resistant.
· Access to a wide colour palette.
· Camera positioning to print in the desired location.
· Combinable with other decoration methods.

 

 

SCREEN PRINTING WITH PRECIOUS METALS

Printing process where we use precious metals (gold and platinum) to get shiny finishes. The amount of precious metal in the content is up to 12% and can be applied to transparent or frosted glass.

SCREEN PRINTING WITH PRECIOUS METALS

Printing process where we use precious metals (gold and platinum) to get shiny finishes. The amount of precious metal in the content is up to 12% and can be applied to transparent or frosted glass.

Screen printing with organic inks

With this technique, screen printing opens up new design possibilities and guarantees an appearance that makes the bottle stand out on the shelf.

Its main virtues are:

· Almost infinite colour range.
· Maximum definition and detail.
· Respectful to the environment.
· Vivid and natural colours.
· Suitable for decorating glassware or painted bottles.
· It maintains its quality on tempered glass.

 

 

Screen printing with organic inks

With this technique, screen printing opens up new design possibilities and guarantees an appearance that makes the bottle stand out on the shelf.

Its main virtues are:

· Almost infinite colour range.
· Maximum definition and detail.
· Respectful to the environment.
· Vivid and natural colours.
· Suitable for decorating glassware or painted bottles.
· It maintains its quality on tempered glass.

 

 

Total and partial coatings

Painting gives the bottle a high perception of added value, it will help your brand to differentiate itself from the others, it retains the character of the glass and the visibility of the embossed engravings, thus complementing the design of the bottle.

Our coatings are exceptionally resistant, which guarantees that the bottle is in excellent condition when it reaches the end user.

You will also have access to a wide variety of finishes and effects:

· Translucent or opaque.
· Gloss, satin or matte.
· Partial (on the shoulders, upper body, etc.) or total.
· Gradients.
· Possibility of combining up to 5 colours on the same article.
· Soft or textured touch.
· Possibility of adding protection against ultraviolet rays..

The process is ecological, uses organic inks and there are no solvent emissions.

 

Hot Stamping

Hot Stamping is the printing of a foil on which thin layers of aluminum of different appearances have been deposited: gold, platinum, gloss colours, satin or matte.

Using this method you can incorporate high quality fine or embossed details, or large, solid metallic areas.

It is available in a wide variety of colours and effects, always with the appearance of precious metal. It is an essential process if you want to achieve these effects on bottles with coatings.

Hot stamping can be easily combined with screen printing techniques and can also be applied to bottles without coatings.

Hot Stamping

Hot Stamping is the printing of a foil on which thin layers of aluminum of different appearances have been deposited: gold, platinum, gloss colours, satin or matte.

Using this method you can incorporate high quality fine or embossed details, or large, solid metallic areas.

It is available in a wide variety of colours and effects, always with the appearance of precious metal. It is an essential process if you want to achieve these effects on bottles with coatings.

Hot stamping can be easily combined with screen printing techniques and can also be applied to bottles without coatings.

Frosting

Frosting is a chemical process whereby the outer surface of a glass container is transformed by immersion in hydrofluoric acid and gives the bottle a dull, frosted appearance, with an incredibly smooth finish.

This technique, combined with screen printing with inks, organic inks, gold or platinum, gives the bottle an attractive and elegant appearance.

Frosting

Frosting is a chemical process whereby the outer surface of a glass container is transformed by immersion in hydrofluoric acid and gives the bottle a dull, frosted appearance, with an incredibly smooth finish.

This technique, combined with screen printing with inks, organic inks, gold or platinum, gives the bottle an attractive and elegant appearance.

Metallics

This finish gives the article a very bright appearance and, in some of the finishes, a mirror effect, which gives a particularly prominent appearance. The result can be gloss or matte according to your choice and there is a wide colour palette.

Metallics

This finish gives the article a very bright appearance and, in some of the finishes, a mirror effect, which gives a particularly prominent appearance. The result can be gloss or matte according to your choice and there is a wide colour palette.

Decals

This technique involves the manual application of decals and is used when the shape of the article is too irregular for an automated printing process.

Decals

This technique involves the manual application of decals and is used when the shape of the article is too irregular for an automated printing process.

CE gauge line

Serijerez is certified by the Centro Español de Metrología (Spanish Centre of Metrology) as a manufacturer qualified to print serving gauge lines.

CE gauge line

Serijerez is certified by the Centro Español de Metrología (Spanish Centre of Metrology) as a manufacturer qualified to print serving gauge lines.

SERIJEREZ

Parque Empresarial,
C/ De las Ciencias nº 24
11407 Jerez de la Frontera (Cádiz)
serijerez@serijerez.com