HEATAN™

SCHOTT HEATAN™ high-temperature sensor feedthroughs deliver unparalleled protection and performance for sensors in extreme temperatures of 1000°C and above. Made using a unique combination of materials and state-of-the-art sealing technology, they enable next-generation sensor designs.
Diagram of three types of SCHOTT HEATAN™ feedthroughs

Ready now for next-generation automotive sensors

The exceptional heat and corrosion resistance of SCHOTT HEATAN™ feedthroughs makes them ideally-suited for all heat-exposed automotive sensors. They can be fully custom-designed to specific requirements. Superior robustness makes HEATAN™ the first choice in engine management systems, exhaust management technologies, temperature sensors, and pressure sensors.

Diagram of two feedthroughs, one using a conventional design and the other SCHOTT HEATAN™

Enabling simpler, more economical high-temperature sensors

HEATAN™ sensor feedthroughs are single-component solutions that simplify the process of assembling sensor sealing systems for applications above 1000°C by using fewer components and a more cost-effective assembly. In contrast, conventional multi-component sensor sealing assemblies require several manufacturing steps to achieve the required high-temperature properties.

How to design simpler high temperature sensors.

We are certified

HEATAN™ feedthroughs are produced in production facilities that are certified according to: IATF 16949 corresponding to QS 9000/VDA 6.1, ISO 9001 and ISO 14001.

Diagram of two exhaust pipes with fire coming out, with embedded sensor
News & Innovation stories

Simplified High Temperature Sensor Designs

Revolutionary HEATAN™ technology enables less design complexity for sensors operating in 1000°C and above environments

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Two cutaway diagrams of SCHOTT HEATAN™ feedthroughs

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Fairs and Events

Meet our experts on June 22-25, 2020 in Nuremberg, Germany, where they will be exhibiting at the SENSOR & TEST. They are looking forward to meeting you and having some vibrant discussions.

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22 - 25

SENSOR & TEST 2020

Nuremberg, Germany

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

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Mark Stronczek, Sensor Sales
Mark Stronczek

Sensor Sales