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 Product Description

BOROFLOATR 33 - The Outstanding Multi-Talented Glass for Advanced Technical Applications


BOROFLOATR 33 borosilicate glass is SCHOTT's globally recognized name for high-quality, multi-functional float glass.

This unique specialty float glass is manufactured by SCHOTT JENAer GLAS using the Microfloat process and the latest technology.

Its wide range of outstanding product properties, such as its high thermal and chemical resistance, its excellent transparency and its good surface quality, allow access to new and high tech special glass applications.

BOROFLOATR has proven itself in many traditional applications and, today, there is an increasing area of usage in new and technically sophisticated special glass applications such as electrophoresis, microfluidics and photovoltaics.

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 Product Properties

BOROFLOATR 33 borosilicate glass can withstand extreme conditions and demonstrates a very good visual quality.

 

Just take a look at the properties of BOROFLOATR 33 to find out if these meet your material requirements:

‧ Mechanical Properties
‧ Thermal Properties
‧ Chemical Properties
‧ Optical Properties
‧ Electrical Properties
 Applications

Its special physical and chemical properties make BOROFLOATR 33 a truly versatile performer with a broad range of uses:

 

 

 

Home Appliances
Interior oven doors, fittings in microwave appliances)

Photo: Miele

 

 

 

Environmental engineering, chemical industry
(resistant linings, sight glasses for reaction vessels, microfluidic systems)

 

 

 

Environmental engineering, chemical industry

(resistant linings, sight glasses for reaction vessels, microfluidic systems)

Photo: Zumtobel Staff

 

 

 

Photovoltaics

(glass for solar collectors)

 

 

 

Precision engineering, optics

(optical filters)

 

 

 

Medical technology, biotechnology

(slides, titration plates, DNA sequencers, microfluidic systems)

 

 

 

Semiconductor engineering, electronics, sensors

(wafers, display glass)