Who

EA Consumables is the exclusive distributor for Elemental Microanalysis in the USA.

Elemental Microanalysis manufactures the consumables in Okehampton, Devon, England. The facility has both ISO 9001 and ISO 17025, so both manufacturing and laboratory are certified. Elemental Microanalysis has built over the last 40 years a devoted team of craftsman and scientists ably developing, testing, and manufacturing a wide-range of consumables for CHNOS and protein combustion analysis.

In addition, the laboratory does CHN/S/O and stable isotope analysis for customers requiring testing be completed by an outside laboratory, as well as testing the quality of the consumable products.

Especially exciting Elemental Microanalysis earned, “THE QUEEN‛S AWARD FOR ENTERPRISE: INTERNATIONAL TRADE,” in 2014.

What (and Where)

Perched by the Cooper River Park in South Jersey in the shadow of Philadelphia, EA Consumables offers the products that are needed for day-to-day operation of combustion elemental analyzers and related accessories including reagents, quartzware, sample encapsulation, certified isotope, natural as well as chemical standards, o-rings for models of Costech, Elementar, Thermo, Perkin Elmer, Leco®, Sercon, Exeter, Eltra, Horiba, EuroVector, Shimadzu, Antek, VELP, CKIC, Buchi® and Gerhardt.

When (and How)

EA Consumables‛ customer orders are generally shipped the same or next day from our stock here in South Jersey and even special items are available for shipping often within a week. EA Consumables receives twice weekly shipments from the factory so our amble inventory is maintained.

If you have a rush or emergency, let us know and we will do our best to help. Keeping your analyzers running accurately and economically taps our toe.

Why

Offering more than just well priced goods, EA Consumables become partners in combustion analysis by understanding customers‛ applications, and their analyzers‛ work- ings. This knowledge supports laboratories from a wide range of fields from nitrogen/protein in agriculture and food; to isotope ratio determination in marine, ecology, forensic, or planetary sciences; to CHNOS for pharmaceutical, chemical, and energy discovery.