Exeter Analytical Marks 21 Years in Europe
News Sep 09, 2015
Exeter Analytical are celebrating the 21st anniversary of opening their European headquarters in the UK.
Started in 1994 by the present European Manager (Paul Hemming) - Exeter Analytical (UK) Ltd is a leading supplier of CHN microanalysis instruments, consumables and supplies to universities and government research labs as well as pharmaceutical, chemical, environmental, agricultural and waste reclamation organizations.
Mr Hemming commented “As a company dedicated to CHN microanalysis our expertise and experience with instruments, consumables and supplies allows us to better understand the issues facing microanalysts. As a consequence the wide array of labs using Exeter Analytical CHN microanalysis systems benefit from free expert technical / applications advice and unmatched service support” He added “Pleasingly several of our most recent sales are from customers who last purchased from us 15-20 years ago and have decided to replace their old system with a new Exeter Analytical analyzer”.
Exeter Analytical is a company dedicated to elemental analysis. The company manufactures the Model 440 CHN/O/S elemental analyzer which benefits from a unique horizontal furnace design. In independent tests the system has been shown to be the most accurate and precise available on the market today, with as a consequence the widest range of sample applications.
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