Technical Glass Products High in Customer Satisfaction with Labware

Painesville Township, OH – There are times when other manufacturers approach Doug Sisson and D.C. Scientific about getting their business, a petroleum glassware and testing equipment company based in Maryland.

But every time one comes along, Sisson says "no thanks." That's because for nearly two decades, Technical Glass Products has provided him with everything he needs when it comes to raw materials and finished products.

"They've always been such a great business partner in all ways," Sisson said. "Their work is always high quality, their staff is high-quality, and they’re very free with information. They've always been very forthcoming with ideas and couldn’t be more helpful to us."

One of the major areas Technical Glass Products excels in is quartz labware. When companies like DC Scientific are doing distillation testing, temperatures can rise to 500-700 degrees Celsius, making the temperature too hot for borosilicate glass, which can break and cause leakage and spillage of gasoline or other liquids contained inside. But with quartz labware, the high temperatures can be withstood and no breakage will occur.

Technical Glass Products, based in Ohio, is an industry leader and a distributor for Momentive, a global powerhouse in fused quartz. TGP sells its products to a vast array of businesses, including customers in the solar, ultra-violet, fiber-optics, medical, semi-conductor, and educational areas.

Fused quartz is TGP's specialty; it is manufactured by melting naturally occurring crystalline silica, such as sand or rock crystal. The production method is either electrically fused or flame fused. Afterward, items will appear transparent, translucent, or opaque; making it possible to create a wide range of products.

According to Sisson, there's no other reason to look at any other fused quartz business at all.

"Their workmanship is truly phenomenal," Sisson said. "I think anyone interested in fused quartz would be wise to work with Technical Glass Products."

For more information about Technical Glass Products, or to place an order, please visit their website at Send them an email at, or call them at 440.639.6399.

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