At last! After the latest update of Google Maps, Elementar’s headquarters in Langenselbold near Frankfurt can be finally seen in its final form. In the web mapping service’s version of spring 2016, the building appeared as good as finished, but some works on the roof were still in progress and the outdoor area was not […]
About Fabienne Texier
As Marketing & External Communications Manager in the Elementar Marketing Department, I am responsible for online and offline marketing campaigns, including the management of Elementar's social media profiles. I studied Geography, Biology and Economics at the University of Heidelberg - where I worked with an elemental analyzer from Elementar to analyze soil samples from a Bronze Age settlement.
Entries by Fabienne Texier
Written by Mike Seed, Elementar UK After the months and years of planning, designing and producing a brand new isotope ratio mass spectrometer, there comes a time when it finally has to go out into the world to do the job that it was developed to do. Like seeing your children finally take their first […]
Elementar specialises in determining the true origin of food by exploring its unique isotope signature. We know there is high demand for such information through our work with industry specialists and academic researchers, but also wished to decipher whether there is similar demand among the general public. We therefore asked: “Do people care about the […]
As the supply chains that deliver food stuffs to our doors grow ever more complex, it becomes more difficult to ensure that we can trust those foods. The most recently revealed cases of food fraud, published in a press release by Europol from April 25th 2017, show the extent of criminal activities in the food […]
written by Marc Ruppenthal When a CHNS combustion analyzer is in need of a service visit, the call for action is usually not related to a dramatic technical emergency. In most of the cases a service visit can be regarded as similar to a recurring routine inspection of a car: The analyzer is found in […]
In this article we grant you a small glimpse behind the scenes: What is going on during a product photo shoot at Elementar? Because quite a lot of time has passed since the last photo shoot of our products, now it was time to put our latest analyzers into perspective. We were lucky to have […]
It’s Christmas time and we are preparing for the holidays. Have you already set up your Christmas tree? Do you prefer the natural or synthetic version of a Chrismas tree? While discussing this topic, we have analyzed several needles from conifers with our elemental analyzers and prepared a short Christmas Riddle for you: Can you […]
This Wednesday and Thursday, the profiled glass façade of our warehouse was embellished with a green Elementar logo. The logo is placed over the left gate of the warehouse, marking the arrival gate for incoming goods. The logo consists of a special, translucent film which is especially resistant. The dimensions of the lettering are enormous: […]
Or: Why the police was here to support the roadworks As I reported last week, the roadworks on Elementar-Straße are still in progress. Last Friday the police was here to support the asphalting by regulating the traffic in the adjacent traffic circle. This was necessary since heavy equipment was used to pave the street, temporarily […]
The works at the building’s grounds still continue: Right now, the Elementar-Straße is being paved by busy road workers. The Elementar-Straße connects the L3445 with the Elementar property, leading visitors to the main entrance. Although it is raining, the roadworks quickly proceed. You can even see the hot asphalt steaming in the cold October air. […]
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100 years of experience in elemental analysis.
Elementar Analysensysteme is the world's 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 have developed and manufactured instruments for elemental analysis for more than 110 years in the Rhine Main area near Frankfurt.