SCHOTT offers a wide variety of solutions for the home. So whether you want classic beauty in your kitchen or warm glass for your fireplace SCHOTT product lines offer this with so much more:
high processing capabilities
special physical and chemical properties
CERAN® is one of SCHOTT's classic success stories. SCHOTT CERAN® stands for technical perfection. Plus, our attractive design options are only one of many reasons why we have sold over 100 million CERAN® glass ceramic cooktop panels worldwide so far.
Due to SCHOTT's high processing capabilities, attractive designs are not only seen in the kitchen, but also in stoves and fireplaces. SCHOTT released ROBAX®, a transparent glass-ceramic which has been used in most heat-rated fireplaces and stoves since 1979.
In addition, SCHOTT produces BOROFLOAT®, a floated borosilicate glass with outstanding properties for a wide range of applications. Its special physical and chemical properties make it a truly versatile material for many fields, for example home appliances, environmental engineering, lighting, medical technology and photovoltaics.
SCHOTT North America for over 125 years has been developing and manufacturing special glass, special materials, components and systems to improve how people live and work. By providing innovative ideas and outstanding expertise in technology, SCHOTT North America offers solutions for the future and takes its responsibility for society and the environment very seriously.
’Corporate social responsibility’ is one of the main principles on which SCHOTT was originally established. SCHOTT’s corporate social responsibility policy centers on issues pertaining to employees and family, environment, science and society.
SCHOTT ROBAX® glass-ceramic is known for its striking appearance and functionality in fireplaces and stoves. Its outstanding temperature resistance, stability, and durability, guarantee complete protection against the dangers of a flame in a fireplace/ stove.
Linda Mayer is president and CEO of SCHOTT North America. She has a bachelor’s degree in history from Stanford University, an MBA from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania, and an MA from The Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. Prior to joining SCHOTT, Ms. Mayer served in a variety of roles including director of financial analysis, corporate planning, development and marketing for the Kohler Company and vice president of marketing at John Deere.