Technical flat sheet glass offers a much better surface quality, purity and flatness compared to ordinary standard glass qualities. Those materials meet the specialized high demands of many industrial optical and optoelectronic applications. They often offer special features like a high temperature resistance, a high surface quality and flatness. Here you will find the data sheets of our technical flat glasses BOROFLOAT® and B 270® from SCHOTT as well as 1737F, EAGLE2000 and 7059 from CORNING and our selected float glass.
Thin glass, microsheets and display glass are specialty glasses, with special technical features and properties. They can be, for example, alkali-free, extremely thin or light-weight. These glass types are often suitable for commercial optics and for the production of displays or for the use for chip-on-glass processes. Here you will find the data sheets of our thin glasses, microsheet and display glasses like D263 T, AF 32® eco, AS 87 eco, MEMpax®, AF45, AF37 from SCHOTT, 1737F, EAGLE2000, 0211 from CORNING and our selected float glass.
Optical glass types usually have a very high material purity, contain only very low amount of bubbles and inclusions and often feature an excellent refractive index homogeneity. Glasses of this category are mainly used for optics applications with more demanding optical requirements. Here you will find links to the data sheets with properties of some of our optical-, block-, drawn-, rolled-, bar- quartz and precision glass materials like N-BK7, optical quartz glass (fused silica), ULE® low expansion glass, PYREX® , and VYCOR®.