SCHOTT ROBAX® glass-ceramic is "Engineered in Germany" and manufactured to demanding standards for quality and environmental management.
An unhindered view of the fire
SCHOTT ROBAX® glass-ceramic evokes a unique sensation because its innovative 3D shapes provide optimum and open views of the fire from just about any standpoint. Authentic and primordial – a real campfire atmosphere.
Protection from flying sparks
Available in custom sizes and shapes, SCHOTT ROBAX® glass-ceramic panels let people get closer to the fire than ever because it provides complete protection against flying sparks and smoke.
SCHOTT ROBAX® glass-ceramic protects against abrasions, impacts and strikes. This gives the particularly sturdy SCHOTT ROBAX® fireplace viewing panels above-average resistance to bumps and breakage.
Extreme thermal shock resistance
The very low thermal expansion of SCHOTT ROBAX® glass-ceramic resists extremely high temperatures of up to 760°, as well as hot and cold shocks.
The so-called natural protection area forms during the manufacturing process and protects the panel from harsh chemicals, contributes to its durability, and preserves the value of the glass-ceramic over time.
Clean, nearly particulate-free burning
A fireplace with glass-ceramic reaches much higher temperatures than an open fireplace, so wood burns almost free of particulate matter. And this energy vector is put to efficient use – our contribution to protecting the environment.
Wood is a valuable source of energy. The ‘Natural Power? – Yes please’ initiative by SCHOTT ROBAX® supports the sustainable use of this renewable raw material.
The use of our glass-ceramic windows doubles the efficiency of a glazed heating device when burning wood compared to open stoves. This means SCHOTT ROBAX® products can help reduce the amount of wood needed for heating. The ‘saved’ wood remains in the forest, where it stores CO2 for many years and contributes towards climate protection.
SCHOTT ROBAX® would like to inspire other companies, partners and users to use wood sustainably. The aim is to provide information about conserving resources through the use of wood and to increase awareness of the importance of this valuable raw material for securing our energy supply.
Is energy renewable? Can the forest look after itself? And what is the benefit of fire burning behind a panel?
Find the answers to these questions and more at naturalpower-yes-please.net.