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Elementar Analysensysteme GmbH

Excellence in Elements and Isotopes

ELEMENTAR Analysensysteme is the worldwide leading German manufacturer of analytical instruments for non-metallic elements like carbon, nitrogen, sulfur, hydrogen, oxygen or chlorine in all organic and the majority of inorganic substances.

Arisen from the Analytical Instrumentation Department of the Heraeus technology group, we develop and manufacture for more than 110 years instruments for elemental analysis in Hanau near Frankfurt.

The basis of our success is rooted in continuous product innovation. This is accomplished by applying both our time proven as well as newly developed techniques in high temperature digestion of solids and liquids, with the most advanced methods of gas analysis. Our designers, assemblers, application chemists, service engineers and sales engineers are in close cooperation with our customers for decades and guarantee highest quality of continuity and progress.

We are specialists from experience and competence of instruments for CHNOS elemental analysis, Nitrogen/Protein analysis by Dumas combustion method, TOC / TNb analysis for micro and macro samples. Special digestion units and accessories complement the area of non metallic analysis. Our main application fields cover a wide range from fundamental research to highly specialized quality control.

A major enhancement of our competence resulted from the incorporation of the instrument line for stable isotope analysis of organic elements like CHNS and O in 2008. Our daughter company Isoprime Ltd. in Manchester continuously develops the largest tradition in manufacturing IRMS analyzers based on VG/Micromass technology.

Aim industries

  • Food analytics
  • Food chemistry
  • Analytical chemistry
  • Analytics/laboratory measuring technique
  • Laboratory equipment, laboratory need
  • Laboratory and analytics
  • Water analytics
  • Milk products
  • Drinks
  • Raw materials and ingredients
  • Fertilizer

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