We use the GERSTEL MultiPurpose Sampler, with its huge range of unique accessories, to automate the processing of your samples.

This gives seamless integration with Agilent Technologies’ GC and GC-MS platforms and Syft Technologies' SIFT-MS instruments.
If you are involved in analytical R&D, you just don’t know where your research will lead, or what you may have to do tomorrow.

For sample preparation, automation may well be important to you and you will certainly benefit from the great flexibility the GERSTEL MultiFlex MPS gives you.
AutoPrep solutions, based upon the GERSTEL MPS are built with three things in mind: dependability, throughput and low consumable costs.

All have been tested in our laboratory and come with unlimited application support.
SIFT-MS joins GC-MS and LC-MS as one of the three essential tools that every analytical chemist should have.

SIFT-MS measures the concentrations of volatile substances (organic and inorganic) simply, directly and in real time.
The CF200 Robotic Centrifuge is capable, compact and integrates full with the GERSTEL MultiPurpose Sampler.

The CF200 can process up to six samples simultaneously for maximum productivity.
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We aim to have a fix - whatever is getting in your way!

Our applications team have years of experience gained by working in analytical laboratories of all types.

They know the instruments we sell inside out and will find sensible solutions to to the analytical challenges you face.
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When your staff are well trained in the operation of an instrument, your return on investment is at its highest.

We are here to help this happen.
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Our support engineers are all experienced analysts and factory trained to support our products.
There are times when it is good to be able to call on some extra help or advice.

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A Trip to the RSC Theatre? To automate, or not to automate… that is the question!

I will be presenting at the Royal Society of Chemistry Theatre at Lab Innovations 2017 on the 1st November, which…


Acrylamide – Regulatory and Industry Update

In light of recent regulatory changes, this one-day symposium will bring you an update from regulatory, industry and academic experts. …


‘Bad Liquor’ and how to avoid a hangover

Recently one of our Applications Chemists, Jon Dunscombe, celebrated his wedding in Brazil and returned with a sample of the…


Kathy’s Drinks Cabinet – What’s Really Inside?

It’s a lovely weekend, so let’s get some friends over and have a BBQ. The beer and wine flows as the…


High Peak Health and Safety Challenge

Recently two of our application chemists Kathy Ridgway and Jon Dunscombe visited Buxton in the Peak District with the SIFT-MS. …


It’s Here!

Ok, so its not a LEGO GC-MS, but those of you that read my blog post last month will be…


We’re Now up to Speed – are you?

Last week, Chris Sandy (Sandcastle Consulting Ltd) visited Anatune to train our applications chemists in some of the features of…


EPSRC Publish Research Strategy in Analytical Science

Some of you may be aware that for the past year the EPSRC has been reviewing all of its research…


Food Glorious Food!

Those of you that read my blog from February 2016, will know I am involved in the Royal Society of…


Advances in the Chemical Analysis of Food

I have been involved with the Royal Society of Chemistry Food group for several years and this year, we organised…


Gas Chromatography – The Past or the Future?

As a technique, Gas Chromatography is very well established, but that’s not to say there is lack of new developments….


What Can the RSC Do For You?

To be, or not to be??….. No… not that RSC!! I have been a member of the other RSC (Royal…


Grevy or Burchell’s Zebra?

For those that read our blog post this week, the Horse vs Zebra tail now has an extra dimension. Following…


Flavour Analysis and Perception in Food & Beverages – Book Offer

Flavour Development Analysis and Perception in Food and Beverages, edited by J.K. Parker, J.S. Elmore and L. Methven. This is…


Sorry for making the lab smell…

At the beginning of this month I had the pleasure of completing the final in a series of three two-day…


A Year On…

Last week saw my first anniversary of working at Anatune. During that time I have been privileged to have worked…


Automated Sample Preparation Combined with GC for Target and Non-Target Analysis

I recently provided a talk at the Agilent Organic Mass Spectrometry Environmental and Food Analysis Meeting, entitled ‘Automated Sample Preparation…


What’s that smell? – A tale of 2 dimensions

  The human nose can be the most sensitive detector, but the art of picking out individual odours from a…


Measuring VOCs in Process Water both On-Line and Off-Line

Manufacturing sites often generate significant amounts of waste water that has to be treated before it can be discharged into…


Latest Developments in Organic MS in Environmental and Food Analysis

Agilent Technologies are pleased to invite you to a seminar focused on latest developments in Organic Mass Spectrometry in Environmental…


New Developments in Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry – Review

This meeting was organised by the Institute of Mass Spectrometry and hosted by the College of Medicine, Swansea University. In all, excluding…


Perception and Detection of Food Flavours

There are many challenging aspects of food analysis, in particular when looking for unknown analytes. Characterising flavour or setting suitable…


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