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SCHOTT Develops Innovative Porous Glass Manufacturing Capability in Duryea, Pennsylvania
Event will honor State Senator John Blake and State Representative Mike Carroll for their efforts and support of innovation growth in Pennsylvania
SCHOTT North America, Inc. will officially inaugurate its new porous glass manufacturing process in Duryea, Pennsylvania at a ceremony to be held Tuesday, August 26, 2014 starting at 11 a.m. More


SCHOTT POWERAMIC™ Glass-Ceramics: A New Class of Dielectrics for High Voltage Capacitors
Glass-ceramics as dielectrics in capacitors provide high energy storage density for an extended temperature range
The international technology group SCHOTT has developed a new dielectric material. POWERAMIC™ is a family of highly homogenous, pore-free glass-ceramics. Providing very high energy storage density, these materials show excellent dielectric properties even at elevated temperatures. In high voltage applications this allows for smaller, lighter weight passive components such as capacitors to deliver a more powerful performance. SCHOTT will introduce this innovation at IEEEs 2014 International Power Modulator and High Voltage Conference (IPMHVC) in Santa Fe, New Mexico from June 1 to 4 at Booth 26. More


SCHOTT Defense Showcases Materials for Optics, Laser, Imaging Applications
SCHOTT will highlight advances in laser and multispectral glasses in a paper presentation, workshop, and product demonstration
SCHOTT Defense will exhibit its innovations in military-application glass and optics technologies at SPIE Defense, Security, and Sensing (DSS) 2014 in Baltimore from May 6-8, 2014 at booth 925. In addition, SCHOTT will present technical papers on new laser and infrared materials for defense products. More


Small component – big impact: SCHOTT Eternaloc™ electrical terminal headers securely feed LNG pumps with power
SCHOTT supplied its Eternaloc™ terminal headers to Prelude, the Korean floating LNG facility
The international technology Group and specialty glass expert SCHOTT offers a safety-critical component for supplying LNG pumps with power: SCHOTT Eternaloc™ terminal headers. They serve as the hermetic feedthroughs for the three-phase electrical power and for the control and instrumentation measurement signals needed to safely and steadily operate LNG pumps and turbine expanders. They must also be durable and robust in order to reliably maintain the pressure integrity of the LNG containment vessel, even in the event of an accident. Based on high-tech glass-to-metal sealing technology, SCHOTT Eternaloc™ feedthroughs are used in more than 6,000 LNG applications worldwide, including the Prelude FPSO (floating production, storage and offloading unit) currently under construction in Korea. More


SCHOTT’s High-Tech Electronic Packages Enable Maximum Speed Data Transfer in High-Frequency Applications
Detailed measurement data on HTCC feedthroughs for 100 Gbit/s QSFP transceivers and TO PLUS® 28 Gbit/s packages available
The international technology Group SCHOTT enables the development of very fast, next-generation Ethernet transceivers by offering hermetic packages with miniaturized high-temperature co-fired ceramics (HTCC) feedthroughs for 100 Gbit/s Quad Small Form-factor Pluggable (QSFP) transceivers, one of the fastest data communication transceivers on the market. The company also developed design varieties of its high-performance 28 Gbit/s TO PLUS® packages to suit a larger variety of differential and single-ended high-frequency applications. SCHOTT is showcasing its HTCC feedthroughs and its TO PLUS® packages at the Optical Fiber Communication Conference and Exposition and the National Fiber Optic Engineers Conference (OFC/NFOEC) on March 11 to 13, 2014 in San Francisco (booth #2021). More


Nuclear Power Experts agree: Raising safety standards of Nuclear Power Plants world-wide is a central task
SCHOTT offers glass-to-metal sealed electrical penetration assemblies that meet the highest safety requirements of modern Nuclear Power Plants More


Nuclear Power Experts Agree: Raising Safety Standards of Nuclear Power Plants Worldwide is a Central Task
SCHOTT offers glass-to-metal sealed electrical penetration assemblies that meet the highest safety requirements of today’s state-of-the-art nuclear power plants
The international technology company SCHOTT recently participated in a Nuclear Safety Symposium hosted by the Chinese Nuclear Energy Association (CNEA). With this event, the CNEA successfully offered a valuable platform for 200 experts from Chinese, American, French, German and Korean design institutes, utility corporations, nuclear plants and technology companies to exchange ideas. The summit focused on the question of how the safety levels of nuclear power plants can be significantly improved. There was a wide consensus among the nuclear community that this can only be achieved by designing reactor containment structures and using component technologies that can reliably fulfill the higher safety specifications defined for Severe Accidents (SA). More


SCHOTT Electrical Penetration to Safeguard Sweden’s Nuclear Power Plant Forsmark 3
SCHOTT’s EPAs, based on glass-to-metal sealing, withstand even higher pressures and offer the highest safety standards worldwide
The international technology company SCHOTT is supplying its glass-to-metal sealed electrical penetration assemblies (EPAs) to the Swedish nuclear power plant Forsmark 3, which is undergoing renewed investment to improve its safety and reliability. SCHOTT specially developed a new type of EPA to meet the safety requirements for the Swedish nuclear power plant. More


SCHOTT multilayer ceramics optimize surface-mount packages for RF applications
Hermetic hybrid housings improve signal path quality and allow for high-density packaging


SCHOTT wins BAE Systems’ first Supplier Performance Award for nuclear penetrations
Hermetically sealed penetrations are vital for reactor safety onboard BAE’s nuclear submarines More


SCHOTT plans to grow through its core businesses in 2013
  • Strong market position in the areas of Pharmaceutical Systems, Home Tech, Electronic Packaging and Advanced Materials

  • Withdrawal from polycrystalline photovoltaics to leave no lasting adverse effects on the company

  • Investments in tangible fixed assets to increase to 150 million euros in 2012/2013