SCHOTT engineers revolutionized cooking in 1971 with a black glass-ceramic: CERAN®. Today, the rock star sets new standards for cooking in the future.
Our work environment has never been more flexible and modern offices and meeting rooms are now being redesigned. Their walls should be writable, offer projection surface and have the possibility to attach things at the same time.
As answer to this question, SCHOTT developed a new concept for whiteboards. The basis is an opaque white glass-ceramic. It acts as an interactive screen on which employees can write as well as project images, presentations or movies. The surface is easy to clean. Thanks to a backside made of metal, the board is also magnetic.
The high-tech glass-ceramic NEXTREMA® makes this possible. With it, product developers can turn appliances into true design objects. The material combines a number of sophisticated technical characteristics and offers special design freedom.