Akcoat is a highly specialized company in the manufacturing, sale, and distribution of ceramic glazes, pigments, digital inks, and effects. With a team of experienced professionals in the ceramic field and branches in several countries, the company offers unparalleled expertise and innovation. Akcoat has made a strong commitment to the environment, implementing a total ecological manufacturing process to reduce its environmental impact. The company also participates in the most important international exhibitions in the ceramic sector. 





The effects achieved within the range INKJET MASTER perfectly integrates the essence of the most traditional ceramics with the most advanced digital technology. The products created have the same qualities and advantages that digital inks, providing to the material the effect that ideally complements to use ceramic tiles of all technologies and sizes.

The range of digital injection inks INKJET MASTER combines advanced technology with a wide color range, which enables the production of ceramics piece of extraordinary features, both technical and aesthetic.

With INKJET MASTER by Akcoat, we obtain:

• Excellent and wide color range. • High intensity and hue of inks, ranking among the top in the market.
• immediately to any of the systems current print Adaptation.
• Very high stability and durability of the inks.
• Total environmental security, formulated with NO dangerous products without labeling ADR / IMDG / ICAO .

Digital printing combined with our range of inks INKJET  MASTER revolutionizes the performance
and the traditional methods.

New Permanent Digital Inks for Glass with Support from “INVEST IN SPAIN” Program

AKCOAT has recently received a grant from “INVEST IN SPAIN” program, which is co-financed by ICEX and the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). The company has utilized this support to carry out an R&D project focused on the development of new permanent digital inks for glass. The main objective of the project was to research and develop new digital inks that can be used to print on both flat and curved glass surfaces and can withstand firing heat treatment at around 600-650ºC.

After the execution of the project, and based on the results obtained in the validation tests regarding the final quality of the inks developed, it has been possible to obtain a digital ink suitable for printing on glass, allowing the company to expand its product lines by entering the world of digital printing on glass.