Knight Optical (UK) ltd

Company overview: 

Knight Optical (UK) Limited has been a global leader in the production and distribution of scientific optical components for over 20 years.

Supplying optical components to some of the leading companies within scientific, defence, medical, pharmaceutical, opto-electronics industries around the globe, Knight Optical is situated in Kent, England, for convenient distribution to Europe via the Channel Tunnel rail link which is just 20 minutes away.

Our highly qualified and experienced workforce enables us to offer custom made solutions economically, in virtually any shape and size.  Combining traditional methods with modern state-of-the-art systems and metrology equipment enables us to offer quality, competitiveness and prompt delivery schedules within 2 - 3 weeks from receipt of order.

We are happy to undertake projects of all sizes - from one-off research orders to large scale production runs with call off delivery schedules.

You can be confident that no matter what your question, our staff are always happy to help; we believe that giving great customer service is an essential part of our business.  Working in partnership with customers, we can help to determine individual specifications, and select materials and tolerances.

Free technical advice is always available from our knowledgeable technical team.

All optics are quality checked using state-of-the-art metrology equipment.

Knight Optical supply bespoke precision optical components to your custom specification and we also hold a large stock of over 2000 standard components available to purchase on-line for prompt delivery to your door.

Phone: 
+44 (0)1622 859444
Address: 

Roebuck Business Park
Harrietsham,
Kent
ME17 1AB
UK

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