Custom & Laboratory Glassware

Glassblowing for all your Laboratory Needs

ICP & AA Glassware

Optical Glassware

Custom Scientific Glassware Since 1982

Precision Glassblowing has been manufacturing ICP/ICP-MS, laboratory, and custom scientific glassware for over 38 years. Founded in 1982 by master glassblower Ken Petrie, Precision has grown to a staff of nearly 35 glassblowers with a combined professional glassblowing experience exceeding 400 years.

ICP AA Glassware

ICP & AA Glassware

All your ICP glassware needs, from stock torches to custom ICP parts to satisfy your research needs.

ICP AA Glassware

Custom & Laboratory Glassware

We can make nearly any borosilicate or quartz piece within the realm of scientific glassblowing.

ICP AA Glassware

Optical Glassware

From glass reference cells for cold atom physics to custom BEC and MOT cells. We continue to explore and expand the boundaries of scientific glass.

ICP AA Glassware

Cannabis Lab Glassware

Glassware and technical support services within the green industry.

Manufacturer for the Best OEM Companies

Honesty, integrity and great customer service are the foundations of our company. Since our inception, we have developed a reputation for quality products at competitive prices and quick turnaround times. The reputation lives on in every new product we make.

About Precision Glassblowing

Optical Glassware

In 2009, Technical Glass Inc, who pioneered the development of glass cells for cold atom physics, merged with Precision Glassblowing and the Optical Division was formed.  Tech Glass brought years of research and development to compliment Precision’s production capabilities and together, as one company, we continue to explore and expand the boundaries of scientific glass.

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“Really, I cannot stress to how good Precision Glassblowing is at getting parts here. Truly one of the better vendors!……Rachael is great to work with!”

Thomas Reynolds

Purchasing Agent
“… I have been in this business for 20 years now and have seen the willingness of a company to stand behind their product sharply decrease.  After our conversation today, it is clear that Precision is the exception to that trend.  I have instructed my team to go to you the next time we need torches and cones.  Thanks again.”

Steven Hefter

Inorganic Laboratory Supervisor, Northern Lake Service, Inc.
“…Hi Jay, I feel very lucky to know you and work with you during the past years. Without your efforts, we cannot have such a beautiful cell.”

Xing Can Yao

Professor of Physics, University of Science and Technology of China
“…I was quite happy to sign off on receipt of the cell this afternoon, Thanks for all your help. I’m looking forward to taking my first images of atoms through those beautiful little windows.”

Kevin Wright

Assistant Professor, Dartmouth Dept. of Physics and Astronomy
“…I received my repaired torches and upon inspection I found them to be like brand new. The difference between your services and other competitors are miles apart. Please share with your staff how pleased we are doing business with a company that does such a stellar job and really knows what customer care and service are about.”

Mary Gossett

Lead Lab Technician, Wagner Equipment
“I really appreciate how quickly and efficiently Nathan worked to get glassware overnighted to us when we were completely out of product! Within minutes of sending my order, it was completely taken care of – GREAT customer service!!”

Maria

EST Analytical

Latest from the Blog

Peering into the future with bigger Bose-Einstein condensates!

Peering into the future with bigger Bose-Einstein condensates!

Monash University’s next-generation Bose-Einstein condensate apparatus, utilizing an Optical Cell with Alkali Sources manufactured by Precision Glassblowing, will allow bigger Bose-Einstein condensates to be created and allow even higher resolution imaging of them.

Atom Trapping at the University of Warsaw

Atom Trapping at the University of Warsaw

Utilizing an all-quartz, double-side AR coated octagonal MOT cell, manufactured by Precision Glassblowing, researchers at the University of Warsaw use Multiplexing to Improve Quantum Memory Capacity.