Ellutia is a leading independent manufacturer of innovative chromatography instruments. Formerly Cambridge Scientific Instruments Ltd, formed in 1994, the company became Ellutia Chromatography Solutions in 2010 and now has divisions in the UK, USA and Germany. Since then, the company has grown from strength to strength and supplies its light, compact, yet highly sensitive GCs to a broad range of markets from education, cannabis and brewing, to materials testing and forensics. To supplement our own proprietary product range, we have incorporated the best available external technologies to enhance our product portfolio and now offer a wide range of products including autosamplers, GC inlets, detectors, analysers, software, hardware and accessories.
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- Business Type:
- Industry Type:
- Monitoring and Testing
- Market Focus:
- Globally (various continents)
We have become known for our personalised, responsive service and our ability to provide customised solutions to our customers’ challenges. Offering an ideal combination of agility and speed of service with a global outlook and industry-shaping technological innovations, we have become the partner of choice for hundreds of customers. If you are looking for something different in a market often dominated by rigid mass producers, Ellutia is the perfect analytical partner for you.
In order to maintain the high level of quality and service our customers in the UK, Germany and the USA are used to, we carefully control the distribution of Ellutia Products in the rest of Europe, South America, Canada, Africa, Asia and Australasia.
Cambridge Scientific Instruments, from the UK and its sister companies; Advanced Chromatography Systems, from the USA and Unicam Chromatography, joined together to create the global chromatography solutions brand Ellutia. All three companies have been working closely together designing, producing and selling the same innovative range of gas chromatography instruments for over five years, but have always been perceived as separate entities.