The expertise of Anthias Consulting lies in Gas Chromatography (GC, GCxGC), Mass Spectrometry (MS, TOFMS) and related techniques: Large Volume Injection (LVI), PTV, Selective Exclusion, Thermal Desorption (TD), Pyrolysis (Py), Headspace (HS), Solid Phase Extraction (SPE), Solid Phase Micro-extraction (SPME) and automated sample preparation. Benefit can be gained from their expertise through training, method development and consulting by all users and potential users of this instrumentation.
Anthias Consulting helps scientific instrument manufacturers become more successful by ëBridging the Gapí between them and their customers. With extensive knowledge of the market and experience from both a customerís and supplierís perspective their key services are product demonstrations, method development, applications support, instrument training, manual authoring, application notes, on-site assistance, training solutions, product testing and IT support.
Anthias Consulting also works directly and indirectly (via manufacturers) for end-users of scientific instrumentation providing consultancy advice, method development & troubleshooting, and instrument training. Currently they have a series of 1-week GC training courses from basic GC through to advanced, starting in September and located around Europe. Please see events for further information.
Anthias Consulting's knowledge can be applied to any scientific instrument. Complementary services are offered in a flexible, professional and personal manner, able to define and meet your needs whether you are an end user of scientific instrumentation, a manufacturer or technology company.
Anthias Consulting Ltd. is a founder member of Consultants for Analytical Manufacturers www.c4am.net
Diane Turner has an MSc in Instrumental and Analytical Methods in Biological and Environmental Chemistry (Pharmaceutical Analysis) from the University of Warwick. After working as an Applications Chemist for a small instrument distributor for many years, she started Anthias Consulting in 2005 after much encouragement from colleagues and former clients. Diane is far more interested in what an instrument can do rather than what it is and is keen to spread that knowledge through working with people from all aspects of instrumentation, from the manufacturer to the end user.