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POLPUR, spol. s r.o.
Kudrnáčova 1287
CZ-51101 Turnov
phone: +420 481 311 581
fax: +420 481 313 581
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POLPUR is a wholly Czech firm which was founded in 1991. The company’s product range includes a wide offer of polishing, lapping and grinding tools used mainly in the glass and jewellery industries, as well as in the optical and machinery industries.

POLPUR tools have been successfully used by Czech and Slovak glass companies for many years. Nevertheless, a substantial part of the firm’s production (about 75%) is exported to glass companies not only in Europe but also in Asia, America and Australia. When comparing POLPUR tools with traditional implements, our customers especially appreciate the advantage of POLPUR tools’ superior durability and productivity, as well as the higher quality and reproducibility of the finish achieved. For the operator our tools also mean a higher degree of work safety and less physical effort related to cleaner working conditions.

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EU project

Our company POLPUR has been successful in gaining support from European Union Funds for its research and development activities.

This January has started a new project. In cooperation with The Institue of Plasma Physics - namely the Regional Centre for Special Optics and Optoelectronic Systems - we solve development of technology for optical surfaces fabrication.

Provider: Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic


Project name: "Avoiding and removing mid-spatial frequency errors in the fabrication of optical aspheres and free form surfaces"

Duration: 01/2017 – 09/2019