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Specialists in UHV, Optical & X-ray Components

Vacuum Optics, X-ray and electron optical components, electron optics, electron optical, photonics, X-ray anodes, XPS, XPS components, viewports, vacuum viewports, vacuum windows, UHV windows, UHV optics, UHV viewports, phosphor screens, CVD diamond, filament assemblies, vacuum brazing, thin film coating, AR coating, anti-reflective coating, anti-reflection coating, laser windows, X-ray source, X-ray monochromator

Welcome to Torr Scientific

Torr Scientific Limited is an innovative company that brings together a unique range of expertise, skills and equipment from the fields of thin film vacuum coating, vacuum instrumentation and electron-optics, to service the world’s leading scientific research institutions and OEM manufacturers of industrial and medical testing equipment.

The company manufactures X-ray anodes, UHV Viewports and processes anti-reflective coatings. Torr Scientific was established in 1998 and the employees of the company have many years of experience in the UHV and Electron-Optical industries.

High quality components and instrumentation are manufactured in cleanroom conditions and facilities include vacuum furnaces, TIG welding, helium leak testing, e-beam and sputter coating systems, a glass shop and high-end optical test equipment.

Please browse this website for further details about Torr Scientific’s large range of UHV Viewports, AR coatings and X-ray & Electron Optical components.

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New 2023 USD ($) and EUR (€) price lists added to our website.
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See our new viewport safety cover range here.

We are excited to announce a new collaboration which has successfully been awarded funding from the UK’s national innovation agency Innovate UK! Our project, QTEAM: Quantum Technologies Enabled by Additive Manufacturing, will demonstrate the use of Additive Manufacturing to produce lightweight and power-efficient space gravimeters that use quantum properties to provide highly accurate measurements of variations in gravity.

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