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Schicker Has Shower Doors and More

Schicker is famous for having a wide variety of shower door styles which you can choose from for an elegant-looking bathroom. In addition to our luxury doors, however, we offer other products to help beautify your Bay Area home, such as our selection of interior architectural glass, back-painted glass and Diamon-Fusion glass coating & protection.

Interior Architectural Glass & Back-painted Glass

Turn your kitchen, bathroom, or other areas into a colorful and elegant space using architectural glass or back-painted glass. These durable and hygienic products provide a modern alternative to traditional materials such as tiles and laminates. We utilize the most advanced glass color coating technology, Glass Kote USA™.

Back-painted glass can endure the harsh environment and provide a long-lasting and hygienic solution, unlike traditional materials. It is also water-resistant and non-porous, making it an ideal choice for a wide range of applications Martinez, CA. With an endless color range, you can create a unique and beautiful glass appearance by adding various paint forms to your glass.

Diamon-Fusion Glass Coating & Protection

The Diamon-Fusion coating is a revolutionary new type of glass protection used on most shower enclosures in Martinez, CA. It eliminates regular cleaning and provides a permanent seal on the glass surface. This process, which gets carried out through chemical vapor deposition, can produce a durable and non-reflective coating.

How The Diamond Fusion Vapor Process Works

Diamon-Fusion is a technology developed by DFI, and it is widely applicable to various types of surfaces such as glass, ceramic tile, granite, and porcelain.

The vapors react with the silica in the substrate through chemical vapor deposition to form a durable and non-reflective coating.

The Diamon-Fusion technology, patented in the US, is widely used for various surfaces such as glass, ceramic tile, and granite. The vapors react with the silica in the substrate through chemical vapor deposition to form a durable and non-reflective coating. A two-stage process produces the resulting nanocoating.

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First Stage

The first stage of the process involves the creation of a cross-linked and branching type of film produced from the below-the-surface area. A second particular vapor is introduced to the surface after the chlorine atoms have converted to oxide groups using the added moisture.

Second Stage

The second stage of the process involves the formation of a unique cap that allows the vapors to attach to the surface. This cap significantly increases the hydrophobicity of the coating and prevents the surface from being damaged by contaminants.

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DFI’s Nano-chemistry And Covalent Bonding

Combining a chemical reaction and nano-chemistry results in a high thin, and flexible protective coating ideal for various types of surfaces.

This process, which is called nano-chemistry, is performed at nano-scale levels. It is a length scale that measures around 1 to 100 nanometers.

The Diamon-Fusion technology utilizes a strong and unique bond called a covalent bond, which is the most potent chemical substance that a hydrophobic coating can produce. This type of bond allows the glass to become part of the surface.

Compared to other water repellent coatings the strength of the covalent bond in the Diamon-Fusion process is ten times stronger.Contact Schicker today to learn more about architectural glass, back-painted glass, Diamon-Fusion glass protection, or about our multitude of glass shower door options.

We offer free in-home estimates throughout the greater Bay Area!

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