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Prof Bianchini (left), Dr Natali (centre) and Elementar Specialist, Dr Pasquale Carlino (right) with the soli TOC cube instrument 11/15/2018

Customer Spotlight: Dipartimento di Fisica e Scienze della Terra, Università di Ferrara, Italy

Gianluca Bianchini (Associate Professor) and Claudio Natali (Researcher) are geologists at the Department of Physics and Earth Sciences of the University of Ferrara and they conduct research in the fields of high and low...more...


Elementar logo 09/10/2018

Elementar Japan now supporting our Japanese IRMS customers

The Elementar IRMS product line is now being sold and supported directly by Elementar Japanmore...


The Elementar Team looks forward to the starting signal 06/11/2018

Elementar @ J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge 2018

5.6 km for a good cause – the Elementar Team started for the fifth time in a rowmore...


Elementar at analytica 2018 04/23/2018

Successful show for Elementar at analytica 2018

Elementar presented the latest innovations in elemental analysis in a modern designmore...


Micro elemental analyzer UNICUBE 04/09/2018

Combustion analysis has never been easier

Elementar introduces the most universal and easy-going instrument for combustion elemental analysis of CHNS + O and Cl at analytica 2018more...


20th Anniversary Elementar Americas Inc. 02/13/2018

20 years of Elementar Americas – The first steps to success

Elementar Analysensysteme Germany has its roots in the world’s longest tradition of combustion-type analyzers for the elements C, H, N, O, S. Therefore, its technology was already known in the user circles around the world,...more...


Rocket launch and elemental analyzer trace SN cube 02/07/2018

Liquid fuel analysis for aerospace

Elementar's trace SN cube used for measuring low level sulfur concentrations in rocket grade RP-1 kerosene of SpaceX's Falcon Heavymore...


20th anniversary Elementar Americas 01/23/2018

20 Years of Learning & Growth in the United States

The Elementar roots date back to 1897 in Hanau, Germany—when the technique of elemental analysis was first developed and commercialized by W.C. Heraeus, a leader in the field of high-temperature material work and quartz glass...more...