The Lower Heating Value (LHV) of a sample differs from the Higher Heating Value (HHV) in that it considers the energy required to vaporise the water generated when the Hydrogen and Oxygen elements of the biomass combine. This means that the Hydrogen content of the sample then becomes a reducing factor in the Heating Value. Click here for more information on heating values.
Celignis Analytical use formulae to calculate the LHV and HHV of samples, based on their elemental composition. Click here for details on these formulae.
Click here to place an order for determining Heating Value (LHV - Calculated).
Celignis is a partner in 3 ongoing CBE projects: UNRAVEL
and PERFECOAT are RIA (Research and Innovation Action) projects, whilst VAMOS is an Innovation Action project.
Additionally, Celignis was a partner in the BIOrescue RIA project which was completed in 2019.
Presentation and Exhibition Stand at IBioIC Annual Conference
We will be exhibiting at the event in Glasgow, UK, on June 6-7
The IBioIC Annual Conference makes a welcome return to Glasgow. The title of the event is "The Just Transition of Biotechnology - How sustainable development in industrial biotechnology can secure Scotland's path to Net Zero".
We are pleased to be exhibiting at the event, on June 6-7 at the Technology & Innovation Centre in Glasgow, UK. We look forward to discussing our range of analytical and bioprocess development services for bioeconomy stakeholders.
Our CIO Lalithawill also be giving a presentation at the event about our participation in EnXylaScope a collaborative research project funded by the the Horizon Europe programme.
Here you can download soft copies of the brochure,
It explains the background to the project and its targets for xylan extraction and modification
An introductory video to the EnXylaScope project (funded by Horizon Europe and technically led by Celignis) has been released. It has been prepared by our fellow consortium partner Loba and details the rationale for the project and the technical advances that the project will make, leading to an efficient and commercially-viable process for the extraction of xylan and its modification so that it can be incorporated into a range of consumer products.
Click here to learn more about the project and Celignis's central contributions to it and here to view the video on YouTube.
It details the exciting progress already made in the project
The newsletter covers the project's activities in the search for xylan debranching enzymes (a WP with extensive involvement from Celignis) and on the extraction and modification of xylans for consumer products (a WP led by Celignis). Click here to view the newsletter.
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