Thanks for the HTW link Ben..
p.s. some suppliers:
Environmental Microanalysis, in US: http://eaconsumables.com/
OEA Labs: http://www.oealabs.com/
On 1/19/2016 6:43 PM, Harlow, Benjami
> Hi Jim,
> The good news is you have some "new" glassy carbon chips! The size you mention is correct for the standard flow/original TCEA reactors. If you use reverse flow then things change. We have had good luck getting glassy carbon tubes and chips direct from HTW Germany (http://www.htw-germany.com/). They make a wide range of sizes and configurations.
> Good luck,
> Benjamin Harlow
> Manager, Stable Isotope Core Laboratory
> Washington State University
> 367 Eastlick | Pullman, WA 99164-4236
> Office: 509-335-6161 | Lab: 509-335-6154 | Fax:509-335-3184
> -----Original Message-----
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> Subject: [ISOGEOCHEM] replacement tcea glassy carbon tube
> Good afternoon!
> Butterfingers Palandri has dropped and broken the glassy carbon tube for the tcea. Please will someone confirm the following info for its
> EMC Industries
> 203 Main Street, Suite 118
> Flemington NJ 08822
> Tel: (908) 806 4472 Liz Canizzaro
> TC\EA Glassy Carbon tube both ends open OD=12mm, ID=7mm, Length=356mm Part# TUG12/7*356
> Thank you!
> Jim Palandri
> Research Associate
> Department of Geological Sciences
> 1272 University of Oregon
> Eugene, OR 97403-1272