Line of PURAVIS® glass optical fibers transmitting white light

PURAVIS®

PURAVIS® glass optical fibers offer the advantages of outstanding light transmission and a long lifetime, giving designers the freedom to create lighting solutions for a vast range of applications. Winner of a German Innovation Award, PURAVIS® delivers intense, precise light for medical and industrial applications.
Two bundles of PURAVIS® glass optical fibers

Excellent light properties

PURAVIS® glass optical fibers offer outstanding transmission of white light, with a low color shift ensuring that illuminated objects retain their natural color, even in long-length applications. Thanks to their large acceptance angle, the fibers also capture more light from the very start, while their very low dispersion results in high color uniformity.

Light reflecting off a line of PURAVIS® glass optical fibers

Long lifetime

Outstanding chemical and mechanical stability results in PURAVIS® fibers having a long lifespan. This is vital for the effectiveness of medical reprocessing techniques such as autoclaving and cleaning, as well as industrial applications using high temperatures or hazardous chemical substances. The fibers can even be immersed in water fountains and swimming pools.

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Product variants

SCHOTT PURAVIS® is available in a number of variants for different lighting requirements. From long, flexible light guides to shorter, rigid glass rods shaped according to your needs, PURAVIS® delivers premium transmission with excellent color rendering.

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Looped bundle of flexible PURAVIS® glass optical fibers
Line of rigid PURAVIS® glass optical fibers

We are certified

SCHOTT holds a number of quality assurance certificates for the production of PURAVIS®, including ISO-13485, ISO 9001, and ISO 14001.

Karen Holst, Senior Product Manager Medical at SCHOTT Lighting and Imaging, with PURAVIS® glass optical fibers
News & Innovation stories

10 years of PURAVIS® glass fibers

These high performance fibers are used in medical technology, for instance when surgeons need to examine structures and tissues inside the body. Karen Holst, Senior Product Manager Medical at SCHOTT Lighting and Imaging, looks back on the last 10 years.

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Doctor holding medical endoscope

Five reasons why glass is best for medical devices

Glass fibers offer many advantages over polymer fibers when it comes to light delivery. Here are five reasons why glass is the best choice for delivering light in medical devices such as endoscopes and dental instruments.

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Fairs and Events

Meet our experts from January 31 to February 2, 2023 in San Francisco, United States, at Photonics West. They look forward to meeting you in Hall A / South Hall / Booth #639 and having vibrant discussions.

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JAN

31/01 - 02/02

PHOTONICS WEST 2023

San Francisco, United States

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Whether you need more information, samples, a quote, or advice for a project, we would be delighted to talk to you.

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