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Let’s rethink
glass.

By reinventing glass for the past 130 years, we enable our customers to create products that challenge existing expectations, change markets or simply improve their businesses. Click here to find out more!
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Let’s discover
the second earth.

By producing glass ceramic mirrors with extremely low thermal expansion, we enable astronomers to look more precisely into space than ever before.
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Hard & Clear coatings

Goodbye scratches and glare

Annoying scratches and horrible reflection in sun-light are two major pains for smartphone users. SCHOTT’s new “Hard & Clear” coating solutions increase scratch resistance by more than 95 percent and reduce glare by 85 percent. The new coating solutions can be applied to all types of cover glass.
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Solidur™ Ring LED

Solidur™ Ring LED

New possibilities for medical and dental devices

The Solidur™ Ring LED is the world’s first ring-shaped and sterilizable LED. It can be integrated directly at the tip of medical devices and enables shadow-free illumination of the area of interest. Owing to its fully vacuum-tight housing based on inorganic, non-aging materials, the autoclavable Ring LED is extremely robust, resistant to chemicals, corrosion and pressure.
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Technology Magazine

Technology Magazine

How glass electrifies

It’s the know-how of specialized companies like SCHOTT that allows for the fascinating material of glass to be constantly reinvented. Glass can take on a wide variety of different properties and functions. For example, our experts are already developing innovative solutions made of glass and glass-ceramic for use in future energy applications such as fuel cells or batteries for electric cars, for instance. But glass also electrifies in other fields. Read more about it in the latest edition of “solutions.”
Technology Magazine
Flexible glass for flexible electronics

Flexible glass for flexible electronics

Flat, “warm” light in foldable or rollable screens could soon no longer be a utopia. A consortial project supported by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) is seeking to drive new technologies for the use of ultra-thin glass on a roll for new generations of OLED applications. The goal is to refine windable glass by way of lamination with functional adhesive tapes and by applying special functional layers. The project partners in this endeavor that is being supported with a total of €5.6 million are the technology companies SCHOTT AG, tesa SE and VON ARDENNE GmbH.
Reliable protection for medical electronics

Reliable protection for medical electronics

Medical instruments that come into contact with the human body must be steam-sterilized at a temperature of 134°C on a regular basis. SCHOTT offers gas-tight housing solutions for the encapsulation of sensors and other electronic and optoelectronic components to ensure that the performance and durability of the sensitive electronics are not impaired. These products offer reliable protection against humidity, the heat in autoclaves, and environmental influences. Depending on the requirements, glass-to-metal, ceramic-to-metal (CerTMS®) or all-ceramic housings and penetrations can be used.
News, Trade Fairs & Events
06.
September
Trade fair EuMW 2015, Paris, France, 06.09 - 11.09.2015
02.
September
Trade fair Semicon Taiwan, Taipei, Taiwan, 02.09 - 04.09.2015
Contact
SCHOTT AG
Hattenbergstrasse 10
55122 Mainz
E-Mail to SCHOTT+49 (0)6131/66-0