Welcome to CE Elantech, Inc.

CE Elantech, Inc. was formed in February of 1995 to assume the responsibility for distribution of the Thermo Scientific (formerly Fisons/Carlo Erba) Combustion Elemental Analyzers. The mission of the new organization was to provide comprehensive sales, service, and technical support for the complete line of elemental analyzers.

At that time, we established a nationwide network of knowledgeable sales representatives along with service personnel to insure immediate attention to customer inquiries. The service department is staffed with personnel with over 40 years of instrument maintenance and repair experience. Additionally our fully equipped Technical Applications Laboratory with state-of-the-art instrumentation is ready to assist customers with technical support and method development. The laboratory provides considerable applications experience with immediate backup from factory laboratory facilities for analysis requirements that stretch the considerable capabilities of our instrumentation specifications.

We have added several new products to our portfolio. These include the Thermo Scientific (formerly Carlo Erba) Microstructure Instruments, Next Instruments Near Infrared Analyzers, and Next Instruments SeedCount Image Analysis System for grains.

CE Elantech is a company that has succeeded in both keeping its family values and being a successful national business for over 25 years. Started in 1997 by Rick and Lauren Hancock from their home office, CE Elantech has become one of the most reputable lab tech suppliers on the Eastern US seaboard. Within that time, four generations of the CE Elantech family have worked together with labs and customers all around the globe in order to ensure excellent quality and customer service in laboratories everywhere. Our goal is to continue to provide those same principles to each of our clients - current and future - as we welcome and treat them like our own family.

Celebrating Over 25 Years of
Excellence in Sales, Service & Supplies
of Combustion Elemental Analyzers
In the Tradition of Carlo Erba