Markets/Applications

PEG specializes in shrinking glass and quartz tubing into precision bore tubing. Additional special capabilities include: glass fabrication; glass finishing; glass machining; and glass blowing used to produce a variety of glass components.

Typical Components: Glass To Metal Seals – Glass To Glass Seals – Graded Seals – Glass Assemblies

Partnering with our customers for over half a century, PEG has been turning customer design concepts into glass components that are used in products that save lives or simply make life better. The qualities of glass and the skills of PEG’s artisans who fashion it have contributed to advances in chemical, pharmaceutical, electronic, and physics research over the years. More recently, PEG has been called upon to partner with customers to produce glass components that are used to advance research in fiber optics, lasers, atomic and subatomic particles, communications, and semiconductors.

PEG’s ability to form glass into intricate shapes using skilled glassblowers or automated lathes to fuse glass to glass and glass to metal has provided customers with custom glass parts for components used in a wide variety of industries and applications.

Scientific / Analytical

Medical applications using devices that include glass parts: mammography testing • X-ray • CT-Scans • vascular X-ray • syringes for testing and development of medicines • flow meters for oxygen delivery systems • fiber optics for procedure monitoring • lasers for plastic surgery and other medical procedures • and more…

Analytic applications using devices that include glass parts: chromatography • elemental analysis • testing of water, soil, food, petroleum, biofuels, pharmaceuticals • ICP Applications • and more…

Industrial

Military/Protection applications using devices that include glass parts: flash lamps used to warn aircraft against heat seeking missiles • night vision devices • X-ray for baggage inspection • jet fuel systems • fire detection and suppression • and more…

Other industrial applications using devices that include glass parts: nuclear power • motion dampers used in semiconductor manufacturing and vending or ice machines • steel sampling devices • CO2 lasers for cutting and drilling textiles and metals • transmission fluid exchanges for automotive • ICP Applications • and more…