Glazing tableware/sanitary ware

Glazing tableware

High surface quality for cupware, hollowware, and flatware. LIPPERT has automated and perfected its proven dip glazing procedure using innovative technology.

Glazing is a major quality criterion for items of tableware. LIPPERT automates its process to ensure the highest level of quality as well as to enable small batch sizes and flexible production — at affordable production costs.

The process

Located on a glazing unit are glazing pots which hold the objects in place via a vacuum. Already before the parts are put in place, the glazing pots fill up with glaze. Subsequently, the glazing unit swivels the objects into the glaze in the glazing pan, rotating simultaneously. For one, this causes the base of the object to be glazed with the quantity of glaze in the glazing pot, while also coating the surface completely in glaze at the same time. After swiveling back into the initial position, the parts are removed (after allowing them to dry).


  • Linear glazing systems LG 1 to LG 10 with one to ten glazing pots for cups, flatware, and hollowware
  • Rotary table glazing systems RG 5/3 and RG 5/4 for flatware
  • Rotary table glazing systems HRG 4/3 and HRG 4/3 for hollowware and flatware
  • Rotary table glazing systems BRG 4/3, BRG 4/4, and BRG 4/6 for cups and small hollowware
  • Spray glazing Systems
  • Two-tone glazing (exterior dipped, interior sprayed)

Glazing sanitary ware

Industry experience and intensive, user-specific development work form the basis for excellent glazing technology. On top of that, there is the complete range with all components from a single source and the willingness to create tailored solutions. International patents and the best references from top sanitary ware manufacturers underscore LIPPERT’s leading technological position.


LIPPERT Glasieren Sanitär

Optimized special-purpose solutions

  • Spray robot
  • Internal glazing machines; fully and semi-automatic
  • Conveying, handling, and storage systems
  • Spray booths with turntables
  • Wet and dry extraction systems
  • Glaze recovery systems
  • Ceramics-specific software
  • Item recognition systems, target tracking
  • Flow and viscosity measurements

The advantages

  • Highest surface quality of items
  • Flexible and delicate programming of system
  • Intuitive program operation
  • Low space requirements thanks to compact design
  • Low-wear and low-maintenance