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A Sensor Packaging Revolution
Pioneering technologies complement SCHOTT’s hermetic sensor packaging portfolio

Sensors are only as good as their individual components. When they need to function in extreme operating environments or deliver superior and stable optical performance, hermetic packaging and sealing comes into play. SCHOTT has now complemented its vast and long-established portfolio of hermetic packaging components with further ground-breaking innovations: HEATAN™ technology enables reliability in ultra-high temperature applications even beyond 1000°C, while Primoceler™ glass micro bonding enables ultra-miniaturized chip-size sensor packages.
Simplified High Temperature Sensor Designs
Revolutionary HEATAN™ technology enables less design complexity for sensors operating in 1000°C and above environments

Demands for improved fuel economy and stricter emissions standards, such as EURO 6, are bringing about technical challenges that must be fulfilled by a new generation of automotive sensors. The need for innovative engine management systems and intelligent exhaust treatment technologies will further increase with the likely introduction of EURO 7. These sensors will become increasingly sophisticated while needing to perform reliably in extreme temperatures and corrosive environments. SCHOTT’s revolutionary HEATAN™ technology is able to withstand these operating conditions with superior robustness, while also offering increased competitiveness through reduced design complexity.
Speeding LNG Growth in China - SCHOTT Eternaloc® Terminal Headers Help to Safely Drive the Expansion of LNG Applications
Mainz, Germany / Shanghai, China – At the LNG2019 (Shanghai, April 1-5), the International Technology Group SCHOTT will be presenting its components for the LNG, oil and gas industries at booth 4225. The focus will be on maintenance-free Eternaloc® terminal headers for safely operating cryogenic submerged pumps and turbine expanders in onshore, offshore and small-scale LNG applications. More
Half Size. Double Safety. Ultra-Compact Electrical Terminal Headers from SCHOTT Now Enable Enhanced Safety for Small-Scale LNG Applications
Adding to its trusted, long-standing line of high-quality Eternaloc® electrical terminal headers for liquefied natural gas (LNG) applications, SCHOTT now introduces the Eternaloc® S-Type feedthrough. Delivering double-seal safety technology in an extremely compact size, the Eternaloc® S-Type opens new possibilities in safety-critical small-scale LNG applications with demanding space constraints. This includes fuel systems for trains, construction equipment, automobiles, and ships, which can utilize LNG as a fuel. More
SCHOTT and Primoceler join forces to advance the next generation of ultra-miniature, ultra-reliable medical implants
The technology group SCHOTT has entered into an agreement to acquire Primoceler Oy to expand its hermetic packaging portfolio with pioneering glass micro bonding technology. This process enables the manufacture of vacuum-tight, ultra-miniature electronic and optical devices with superior reliability. Based on laser technology, this state-of-the-art bonding method can be completed without any heat or added materials, allowing device packaging for sensitive electronics made with only transparent materials, such as glass. Offering excellent biocompatibility with new glass types, the technology creates new possibilities for wafer level chip scale packaging (WL-CSP) in a wide range of applications, including medical implants, MEMS devices, and other reliability-critical electronic and optical devices. More
SCHOTT to Showcase Eternaloc® Electrical Penetrations for High-Temperature Modular Reactors in China at World Nuclear Exhibition
Chinergy Co., Ltd and Jiamusi Electric Machine Co., Ltd continue partnership with SCHOTT to supply safe and robust electrical penetration assemblies for new HTR-PM600 nuclear power project. More
50G: Breakthrough in Transistor Outline Technology
SCHOTT Introduces 50G TO for Unprecedented Speed in Datacom Applications More
SCHOTT fully acquired NEC SCHOTT Components Corporation
SCHOTT, a leading international technology group in the areas of specialty glass and glass-ceramics with its headquarters in Mainz (Germany), is looking to further strengthen its position in the important Japanese market for electronic components. As announced on November 24, the company has now purchased the remaining shares in the joint venture NEC SCHOTT Components Corp., Minakuchi (Japan). With the acquisition of NEC Corporation’s 49 percent share, the joint venture has become a fully-owned SCHOTT subsidiary. More
Nuclear Applications: Smart component selection enhances safety and lowers ownership costs
SCHOTT presents a short film detailing how utilizing high-quality components made with robust materials in nuclear power plants makes safer and more cost-efficient nuclear energy possible. More
World’s First Glass-to-Aluminium Seal: SCHOTT’s New Lid Technology Boosts Capacitor Performance
New leak-tight lid technology will open a wealth of design opportunities for supercapacitors and electric double-layer capacitors, enabling higher capacitance and temperature resistance More
SCHOTT to completely acquire NEC SCHOTT Components Corporation
SCHOTT, a leading international technology group in the areas of specialty glass and glass-ceramics with its headquarters in Mainz (Germany), is looking to further strengthen its position on the important Japanese market for electronic components. More
Enabling Miniaturized High Frequency Interposers
SCHOTT HermeSⓇ Through Glass Via substrates now available for chip-size RF interposer applications. More
SCHOTT Eternaloc® Electrical Penetrations Answer New Requirements of Innovative Twin High-Temperature Reactors [HTR] in Shidao Bay, China
Chinergy Co., Ltd and Jiamusi Electric Machine Co., Ltd select SCHOTT components due to unparalleled robustness and safety offered by glass-sealing technology. More
The Roadmap for Increased Safety and Viability of Nuclear Power Plants: SCHOTT welcomes IAEA Electrical and I&C equipment safety report
SCHOTT, an expert provider of glass-to-metal electrical penetration assemblies to the nuclear power industry, has welcomed a report released by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) highlighting the potentially severe issues that can occur as a result of complete failure of electrical and instrumentation and control (I&C) equipment under severe accident conditions. More
Exhibitions & Events
Exhibition Automotive LiDAR 2019, Detroit, MI, USA, 09-25 to 09-26-2019
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