SCHOTT ROBAX® Glass-Ceramic Dealer Survey Reveals Shoppers' Top Hearth Glass Concerns (Press Release)

March 3, 2011 (at the Hearth, Patio & Barbeque Expo in SaltLake City, UT) - Residential hearth shoppers are primarilyconcerned with the cleanability, resilience and temperaturerange of hearth and stove glass, according to the first everSCHOTT ROBAX® Glass-Ceramic Dealer Survey....

SCHOTT HomeTech Leads in Hearth Glass-Ceramic Innovations (Press Release)

March 3, 2011 (at the Hearth, Patio & Barbeque Expo in SaltLake City, UT) – SCHOTT HomeTech, a division ofSCHOTT North America, Inc., manufacturer of glass-ceramicpanels for hearth applications, continues to lead the glassceramicindustry in innovation. From extremely heatresistantfireplace glass-ceramic...

SCHOTT Debuts Atmosfire™ Dry Wiper Cleaning Sponge for ROBAX® Glass-Ceramic (Press Release)

March 3, 2011 (at the Hearth, Patio & Barbeque Expo in SaltLake City, UT) – SCHOTT Home Tech, a division ofSCHOTT North America, Inc., unveiled the Atmosfire™ DryWiper, a cleaning pad developed specifically for ROBAX®glass-ceramic viewing windows in fireplaces and...

SCHOTT CERAN® is First Third-Party Validated Arsenic- and Antimony-Free Cooktop Glass- Ceramic (Press Release)

June 30, 2011 (Louisville, KY) – SCHOTT HomeTechannounced today that SCHOTT CERAN®, its glass-ceramicfor cooktop applications, has been validated arsenic- andantimony-free through UL Environment's EnvironmentalClaims Validation program. SCHOTT CERAN glass-ceramic is the first cooktop glassceramicon the market made without the...

SCHOTT CERAN® nominated for German Sustainability Award (Press Release)

August 12, 2011 (Louisville, KY/Mainz, Germany) – Theinternational technology group SCHOTT has beennominated for the German Sustainability Award 2011 for itsenvironmentally friendly Ceran® glass-ceramic cooktoppanel. Together with two other companies, SCHOTT is oneof the top three in the category "Germany's...

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