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SCHOTT solutions 2/2014
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| A material with a great future |
Industry, universities and government organizations are coming up with more
and more ideas on developing laser glasses. SCHOTT has been actively involved in this field for 40 years, ranks among the leading companies, and is involved in major pioneering large-scale projects.
| Smart scenarios |
A design study transforms the dinner table into a networked control
center that even features a cooking surface and a communication zone.
| A speck in the fast lane |
Special transistor housings from SCHOTT enable data transmission rates of 28 billion bits per second.
| The people’s smile |
The art installation “Universalis” in Groningen, the Netherlands, consists of more than 2,000 DURAN® glass tubes.
| Food in a new spotlight |
Illuminated glass shelving with integrated LED lights provides a better overview and more space in refrigerators.
| Safer packaging for sensitive drugs |
syriQ™ InJentle prefillable syringes minimize the risk of interaction with biotech drugs.
| Green the winner |
The first SCHOTT Innovation Award was presented for the development of PURAVIS® high-performance, environmentally-friendly fibers.
| Images of reality |
SCHOTT uses computer simulations and modeling along the entire glass manufacturing process chain.
| Keep cool |
Refrigerated display case doors from SCHOTT help lower energy costs in Brazilian supermarkets and more.
| A guiding light for surgeons |
A telerobotic surgery system uses PURAVIS® glass fibers for illumination during minimally invasive operations.
| Meeting the highest standards |
Large-scale electrical assembly penetrations from SCHOTT withstand high temperatures and excess pressure in nuclear reactors.
| Quality – Signed and sealed |
SCHOTT became the first manufacturer of fireplace viewing windows to receive the TÜV PROFiCERT seal for its ROBAX® glass-ceramic viewing windows manufacturing process.
Washing the air
| The glittering department store |
The new façade of the luxury department store Printemps in Paris received 12,000 SCHOTT NARIMA® glass panels in gold-blue.