Search for and download brochures, application notes, presentations and posters.
Read our Blog!
Search here for recent application notes from Anatune and our partners.
We organise our own events and attend many others.

We love to talk with our customers face-to-face so, if you are attending an event, let us know and we can arrange to meet.
Lunch & Learn seminars are provided free by Anatune and consist of one-hour sessions, conducted by experienced analytical chemists, covering topics that are relevant to the work you do.
Download copies of recent presentations given by the Anatune team.
Here you can download copies of recent posters presented by the Anatune team and our partners.
Who we are, what we do and what we believe is important.
We recognise that data quality, analytical flexibility and effective support should be our primary concern and Anatune is dedicated to delivering these benefits to analysts in the UK and Ireland.
Our first priority is to maintain a great team spirit and we only employ people with great attitudes.

We believe in continual learning and personal development. We train our staff well.

Find out more about them here.
Our role is to bring the World's best analytical technologies to laboratories in the UK and Ireland.

We do this in partnership with some great companies.
We do our best work and achieve the very best outcomes when collaborating with our customers.
We have built strong, long-term relationships with customers resulting in repeat business and an unbeatable reputation for reliability and trust.

Here's what they say about us...
While it’s certainly not our primary motivation, peer recognition is important to us. See our latest and greatest achievements here.

Fuel of the Future? Is Your Hydrogen Pure Enough?

Earlier this year, Mark Perkins, one of our SIFT-MS specialists took our SIFT-MS to work with Thomas Bacquart and his team at the National Physical Laboratory (NPL).

The overall objective for the project was to measure and understand the formation of formaldehyde in steam methane reforming process.

The work used FTIR, GC-MS and SIFT-MS to measure the formaldehyde and its degradation products (methanol and dimethoxymethane) in gravimetrically prepared standards. They showed that the standards had a shelf life of 8 weeks (stability uncertainty of <10%, k=1).  The degradation, however, was shown to be more rapid than expected by the thermodynamics which was suspected to be because of the internal surface of the cylinder acting as a catalyst.

The work also showed that SIFT-MS alongside other techniques can give unique data being able to measure formaldehyde directly.

Recently, a paper was published covering the work in International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, which you can read here.

Go back to Blog Homepage