A leading independent manufacturer of Elemental Analysis consumables
Based in the UK (but with a worldwide reputation) we specialise in producing high quality consumable products for Elemental Analysers at a great value price.
We have a huge product range – thousands of products covering organic elemental analysis and inorganic elemental analysis, whatever your instrument or model (Leco®, Thermo, Perkin Elmer, Sercon, Exeter, Eltra, Horiba, Elementar, EuroVector, Costech, Shimadzu, Antek, VELP, Gerhardt) we can supply your needs from our extensive stocks.
Our purpose-built facility in Devon UK is fully accredited to ISO9001 and ISO17025. We offer tin and silver capsules, specialist reagents, quartz and glassware, ceramic and graphite crucibles and much more – everything you need for the daily operation of your analyser.
We are a specialist in EA consumables – we spend our days developing, improving, testing and refining our production. We have been doing that for almost 40 years. For this reason we are very confident of the performance and quality of our products and offer a full money-back guarantee.
Our team will give you great service – we aim to make you smile! All trademarks acknowledged
Elemental Microanalysis introduces new batches of Isotopic Natural Water Reference Materials.
Elemental Microanalysis manufactures many different forms and grades of copper oxide for numerous different applications in Combustion Elemental Analysis. Each is optimised for use in a different application.
We are often asked by customers about our reference materials for IRMS. To help explain these points we have prepared a technical guide on these materials.
Elemental introduce the Thermo TC/EA Furnace Assembly
This week Andy, Brian, Emma and Martin journeyed to Little Bridge House to gain an insight into children's hospice life
Elemental Microanalysis Ltd is pleased to introduce NEW Lightweight Silver Capsules
Elemental Microanalysis introduces a new range of high quality vials, caps and accessories.
Elemental Microanalysis introduces a less hazardous alternative to Lead Chromate
It is becoming more accepted to use a reference material similar in nature to the sample. Here we discuss natural reference materials
A new addition to Elemental Microanalysis' IRMS reference materials