• jake@blumontservices.com
  • Salt Lake City, UT

Consumables are goods used by individuals and businesses that must be replaced regularly because they wear out or are used up. They can also be defined as the components of an end product that is used up or permanently altered in the process of manufacturing such as semiconductor wafers and basic chemicals.

Consumable Supplies means tangible personal property, other than machinery, industrial materials, packaging supplies, and energy, that is consumed or expended during the manufacture of tangible personal property. The term includes but is not limited to water treatment chemicals for use in, on, or in conjunction with machinery or equipment and items that are readily disposable.

Consumable supplies” typically refer to items that are used up or depleted as they are consumed. In various contexts, this term can apply to a wide range of products, including:

Office Supplies: These are items used in offices on a day-to-day basis, such as pens, paper, staples, ink cartridges, toner, envelopes, and notepads.

Cleaning Supplies: These are products used for cleaning and maintaining hygiene in various environments, including households, offices, and industrial settings. Examples include disinfectants, detergents, brooms, mops, sponges, and trash bags.

Medical Supplies: These are items used in medical facilities, clinics, and households for healthcare purposes. Examples include bandages, syringes, gloves, masks, antiseptics, and thermometers.

Food and Beverage Supplies: These are consumable items used for nourishment and refreshment. This category includes groceries, beverages, snacks, and disposable tableware such as cups, plates, and cutlery.

Industrial Supplies: These are materials and tools used in manufacturing, construction, and maintenance activities. Examples include lubricants, adhesives, abrasives, safety equipment, and fasteners.

Laboratory Supplies: These are items used in scientific research, experimentation, and analysis. Examples include test tubes, pipettes, gloves, chemicals, and lab coats.

Educational Supplies: These are materials used in educational settings, including textbooks, notebooks, calculators, markers, and art supplies.

Hospitality Supplies: These are items used in the hospitality industry, such as hotels, restaurants, and catering services. Examples include linens, toiletries, disposable cutlery, and guest amenities.

Retail Supplies: These are products used in retail businesses for packaging, labeling, and displaying merchandise. Examples include shopping bags, price tags, hangers, and packaging materials.

Beauty and Personal Care Supplies: These are products used for grooming, personal hygiene, and beauty purposes. Examples include shampoo, soap, lotion, razors, makeup, and toiletries.

Pet Supplies: These are products used for the care and well-being of pets, including food, toys, grooming tools, litter, and pet bedding.