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Industrial Quartz and Borosilicate Glass Blowing

Established in 1988, Robson Scientific is now widely recognised as a leading supplier of quartz and borosilicate scientific glassware using industrial glass blowing techniques. Specialists in the production of lathe-drawn quartz tubing, we can supply close-tolerance material, fabricated to order. Our highly experienced glass blowers combine traditional craftsmanship with state-of-the-art facilities and technology.

Products range from simple glassware to complex quartz laboratory apparatus supplied to the semiconductor, optical fibre, water sterilisation and lamp industries. High purity fused quartz (99.995% SiO2) is utilised throughout the manufacturing process. This, together with stringent quality control measures at each process step ensures superior products.

Along with the standard items shown here on our website, we provide a full technical advisory service to assist customers on the best design and application to suit their requirements. Whether it is for a 'one off' or thousands of pieces, every customer order is given the same level of care and attention.

Optical Engineering

Robson Scientific provide an array of Optical Components for applications ranging from the near Infrared to the ultraviolet spectral region. Materials including Quartz, Borosilicate, Sapphire, Magnesium Fluoride and Calcium Fluoride can be fabricated into numerous components such as circular, square or rectangular windows (flat, curved & stepped), lenses, substrates, blocks, filters, prisms, wedges, slides, rods, light guides etc. We have access to CNC's, coatings, lenses and toughening - all supplied to customers specifications.

Product Price List

We now offer a price list for all our standard items in a printer-friendly format. You can use your browser's 'Print' menu option to print the Price List or save it as a PDF document. Prices are valid at the time the Price List is requested. All prices are in UK Pounds (GBP).

To view the Price List, click on the 'Price List' link in the top-right section of the page header, or alternatively click here.