Clinty Laboratories

Based in the heart of Belfast Clinty Laboratories is an independent laboratory with a team of highly experienced and competent professionals who are using state-of-the-art laboratory equipment to ensure optimum service and cost-effective technical analysis for customers.

In addition, as Ireland targets sustainable gas generation through BioMethane – the future of sustainable energy – our cutting-edge laboratory is equipped to handle all the analysis required for Anaerobic Digesters. At our facility, we offer comprehensive testing services and advice to ensure optimal performance and efficiency of your digester system. From assessing substrate composition to monitoring microbial activity, our team of expert scientists utilizes state-of-the-art technology and methodologies to provide accurate and actionable insights. Whether you’re a biogas producer, wastewater treatment plant, or agricultural facility, trust us to be your partner in driving the success of your anaerobic digestion projects. Partner with us today and unlock the full potential of renewable energy generation while minimizing environmental impact.

Services include and are not limited to;

  • Anaerobic Digestion, Digestate and Feedstock
    • BioMethane Potential (BMP) Analysis
    • pH / FOSTAC / Electrical Conductivity / COD
    • C:N Ratio / Soluble Trace Elements
    • Volatile Fatty Acids (VFAs)
    • Dry Matter / Organic Dry Matter
    • Digestate Analysis
    • Feedstock Characterisation and Digestibility
      • Total Solids;
      • Volatile Solids,
      • pH, COD, BOD,
      • Phosphorus, Potassium, Nitrogen (PKN)
      • Ammonia,
      • Carbon, Hydrogen, Sulphur
  • Wastewater and Trade Effluent
    • Chemical Oxygen Demand/ Biological Oxygen Demand/ Total Suspended Solids/ Fats, Oils, and Greases
    • Chloride/ Ammonia as N/ Ammonium
    • Conductivity/ pH
    • Colour/ Turbidity
    • ICP Trace Metal Analysis
  • Waste Derived Fuel (WDF), Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), Ash and Sludge
    • Ash Fusion Temperature/ Ash Content
    • Gross Calorific Value (& calculation of net CV)
    • Carbon, Hydrogen & Nitrogen (CHNS)
    • Chlorine
    • ICP Major Element Oxides/ ICP Minor Elements
    • Sample Preparation
    • Total Moisture/ Analysis Moisture
    • Particle Size Distribution
    • Biomass Content
  • Soil and Aggregates
  • Feedstuff
  • Coal and Coke
  • Biomass

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