Due to the legalization of cannabis and the associated legislation concerning trace metal analysis the demand for fast and easy-to-use acid digestion techniques is increasing. HVT vessels with SMART VENT Technology enable the convenient and reliable digestion of cannabis-based products prior to spectroscopic analysis.
This application note demonstrates a simple way to test the CBD and THC in Cannabis Extraction industry by PERSEE HPLC with a simple configuration, isocratic pump and UV detector.
Note discusses pesticide screening and testing using the QuEChERS method and LCMSMS.
• Cannabinoid analysis
• Herbicide/pesticide detection and quantification
• Mycotoxin detection and quantification
Producing accurate measurements are vital for any process. To get the most accurate results, it is crucial to place your balance in a stable environment.
An HPLC method for the testing of CBD oils. The DLC-10 is a small footprint, easy-to-use and low-cost HPLC system. An isocratic assay offers reliability and ease of use.
As the cannabis market grows, interest in more detailed analysis of cannabinoid profiles is expanding because more comprehensive data can be used for strain identification as well as to ensure more accurate potency testing. The LC-UV method shown here uses a Raptor ARC-18 column to fully resolve 16 major and most frequently observed minor cannabinoids for which commercial standards are available.
For companies designing cannabis processing or post-processing systems, meeting the needs of the cannabinoid-extraction market means properly sizing and integrating components suited for 24/7 operation under adverse conditions.
Patient and consumer safety is a critical factor during manufacturing of your products. In addition, false test results in product quality testing can lead to unnecessary scrapping of batches and product recalls. Good pipetting practices using filtered and pure pipette tips help ensure contamination-free pipetting to prevent contamination during sample preparation, ensuring true test results and patient and consumer safety