We provide a user-friendly online system for placing and modifying orders and requesting quotations. By registering for this online database you will also be
able to view and sort the analytical data using a web browser, with several graphical representations of the data also provided. Click here for instructions on how to use
We can be reached between the hours of 9am-6pm (GMT) at (+353) 61 518 440 or outside these hours at (+353) 89 455 5582.
Click here to see the steps involved in placing an order with Celignis.
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Address for Sample Delivery
Our address for sample delivery is:
Unit 11 Holland Road
Plassey Technology Park
Castletroy (V94 7Y42)
Phone: +353 61 371 725
The main requirements for sample analysis are outlined below, if you require further detail please contact us at email@example.com.
Amount of Sample: Click here to see a table outlining the minimum weight requirements for each analysis package.
Particle Size: The infrared and chemical anaysis of samples requires them to be well ground, with a particle size of less than 500 microns (0.5mm).
If your sample is not ground to this specification then we will need to carry out some sample preparation work (Celignis Analysis Package P1). The cost of this will depend on the
amount of sample that needs to be processed and the original state of the material.
We recommend that you specify whether the sample is a bulk solid (for example, a block of wood), a chopped material (with particle size greater than 0.5mm), or a ground material with a particle size
less than 0.5mm. This information can be provided in your email, on the Order Form,
or using the Celignis Database.
Moisture: We can accept delivery of wet samples. However, for all analysis packages
except P2 (Moisture Content), we will need to air-dry these samples prior to other stages of
sample preparation and chemical/infrared analysis. The cost of this will be included in Celignis Analysis Package P1 (Sample Preparation) and will depend on the
amount of work involved for each sample.
If you plan to send wet samples to us, please ensure that these are kept in air-sealed containers (bags, boxes etc.) so that the moisture content will not be lost during delivery.
If you plan to dry the samples yourself, please ensured that this is carried out at room-temperature (air-drying). This may take several days for some samples and will
require them being periodically turned to ensure that the drying is uniforn. Do not use an oven to dry samples since this can result in the loss of some volatile components.
Anaerobic Digestion: If you are sending samples for the determinaion of their biomethane potential then there are
special requirement regarding the amount of sample to be sent and the containers that the samples are stored in. Please go here to see those guidelines.
Ash Melting Behaviour: Please note that we the tests to determine the ash melting behavour
of samples are undertaken on the ashed sample. We will need at least 1g of ash to undertake the test and the amount of biomass required to make this amount of ash
will depend on the ash content of the feedstock.
We are looking for top-class applicants to develop bioprocessing IP at Celignis
We are pleased to announce that we have been selected to be awarded funding, through the Horizon 2020 Innosup Innovation Associate programme, to recruit a top-class person to lead the development of our bioprocess concept into a patentable process and prototype product with clear commercial potential.
The SAPHIRE (Self-Assembling Plant-based Hydrogels Induced by Redox Enzymes) project focuses on the production of environmentally-friendly, 100% plant-based, superior-quality hydrogels for food,
cosmetic and pharmaceutical applications.
The position has a salary of €69.5k for one year, plus €20k of training and €3.5k in relocation funds.
Please click here for further information on the position and how to apply.
Celignis Collaborating with Ibiocat on Biorefinery Solutions
Illinois-based Ibiocat, was founded by Charles Abbas, a leading light for over 40 years in biorefining.
Illinois-based Ibiocat, founded by Charles A. Abbas, and Ireland-based analytical provider Celignis, founded by Dan Hayes, have come together to develop bespoke bioeconomy solutions for clients that are looking to add value to their process residues generated from 1G and 2G ethanol plants.
Click here to read more about this exciting collaboration and here to download a promotional flyer.
We're Hosting a Review Meeting of H2020 Project ENABLING
The 2 day event will see all 16 partners of the ENABLING project discuss the progress to date.
This two-day event will see all 16 project partners discuss the progress made in the first 18 months of our Horizon 2020 project ENABLING and make plans for the activities to be undertaken in the second half of the project.
The focus of the project is on supporting the spreading of best practices and innovation in the provision (production, pre-processing) of biomass for the Bio-Based Industry (BBI).
Details the latests activities and findings of the ENABLING project
We are happy to announce that the 4th newsletter of the ENABLING project has been released.
ENABLING is a coordinating and supporting action funded by the H2020-RUR-2017-1 call of the European Union's Horizon 2020 programme.
The title of the project is an acronym that stands for 'Enhance New Approaches in BioBased Local Innovation Networks for Growth'. The focus of the project is on supporting the spreading of best practices
and innovation in the provision (production, pre-processing) of biomass for the Bio-Based Industry (BBI).
Celignis will play a key role in the project with regards to stressing the importance of biomass composition in terms of evaluating feedstock and technology suitability.
Over the course of the project we will also be contacting a number of stakeholders, both in Ireland and overseas, and will be involved in the organisation of a number of networking events.
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