Since the market launch in 2015, SCHOTT has successfully delivered more than 100,000 transparent glass door systems to customers. For a long time, food retailers like Lidl, Dia and Auchan have been benefiting from an unobstructed view of their product range – without cumbersome doorframes and vertical profiles. The transparent Termofrost® doors are not only found in German supermarkets, but in France, Spain, England, Poland, Brazil and Japan too. "One key aspect for the success of the doors was the use of transparent spacers for the insulation glass. The previously common vertical frame profiles and vertical pillars are no longer needed", says Christian Köhler, Vice President Food Display at SCHOTT.さらなる情報
Roboterwerk now offers a reliable solution for labeling drones that can withstand fires and explosions of lithium-ion batteries in emergencies. The material the solution relies on is ultra-thin glass from SCHOTT. Glass offers many advantages over metals: it is only affected in the event of a fire at temperatures above 600° Celsius, is extremely light and has no influence on sensors and attitude systems.さらなる情報
SCHOTT unveils SCHOTT RealView™, a breakthrough in high-index glass wafers that allows more immersive augmented reality (AR) applications. These new wafers are made from optical glass with a high refractive index, enabling a wider field of view (FOV) in AR devices. The geometrical precision of the wafer surface is controlled to unprecedented accuracy, creating superior picture quality with the best contrast and highest definition, enhancing the user experience. SCHOTT is positioned as a global leader in AR materials with its unique fully integrated manufacturing capabilities, its 133 years of leadership in the mass production of optical glass, and its capabilities in high-index wafer and tailored optical coatings. Experts from SCHOTT’s Advanced Optics Team will be available to discuss AR glass in booth 1045 at Display Week 2018 in Los Angeles, California from May 22 to May 24.さらなる情報
For 50 years, the name has said it all: ZERODUR®. Half a century ago, materials specialists from SCHOTT using ingenious process technology developed this special glass-ceramic with a coefficient of expansion of nearly zero. This makes the material ideal for applications requiring the highest precision – such as in astronomy, IC lithography, the semiconductor industry, metrology and flat panel display production. One recent highlight is the order from the European Southern Observatory (ESO) for the Extremely Large Telescope (ELT) project, for which SCHOTT will supply ZERODUR® segments for the primary mirror consisting of 798 hexagons in addition to several monolithic mirrors. SCHOTT is currently investing a mid-double digit million-euro amount in its glass-ceramic competence center in Mainz. With new melting capacities and post-processing options for a wide range of technical applications, the company is ideally positioned for the future.さらなる情報
At this year’s Optatec in Frankfurt, May 15th - 17th, SCHOTT will present its new light illumination solution for stereo microscopy at booth C11. As part of the modular VisiLED series, the new VisiLED S40-75 is a high brightness and slim LED ringlight. SCHOTT will also present its new range of laser delivery solutions.さらなる情報
Transparent, robust and esthetic: SCHOTT’s NEXTREMA® glass-ceramics are on target to impress visitors during the 2018 edition of the Hannover Messe with material ideas to inspire special product designs.
High-tech glass-ceramics from SCHOTT NEXTREMA® exceed when established materials such as plastic, conventional glass or metal have reached their limits. At this year’s Hannover Messe, the international technology group SCHOTT will be showcasing the material’s entire portfolio as well as its depth of applications – from transparent electrical appliances and attractive heating units to interactive whiteboards for the office (Hall 5, Stand A14).さらなる情報