Cannabis Analyser for Potency and End of Year Sale
Nov 20 2018 Read 1339 Times
The annual Shimadzu end of year sale is now live. Market leading instrumentation is available at special prices with huge savings on ex demonstration equipment. The offer includes the range of spectroscopy and chromatography equipment such as: HPLC, GC, GCMS, UV/Vis/NIR, FTIR, Fluorescence, EDXRF and TOC. The stock is limited so act now!
Cannabis Analyser for Potency
Shimadzu’s Cannabis Analyser is a simple solution, complete with a column, methods, batches, and reports. It allows for sample submission to reporting in just a few mouse clicks, with easy and minimal workflow for the inexperienced analyst.
Many European countries have now legalised cannabis for medical use. Numerous health benefits have been reported for cannabis, including; general pain reduction, anti-nausea, reduction of seizures, and autism. QC testing for cannabinoids is essential for the accurate labelling of cannabis products in both medical and recreational cannabis markets. Cannabis “potency” is normally determined by quantitation of the major cannabinoids, including THCA, THC, CBD, and CBN.
Shimadzu’s Cannabis Analyser allows for testing of multiple cannabis products with pre-set proven methods:
High Throughput Method - allows for quantitative analysis of 10 cannabinoids (no THCV) in under 8 minutes.
High Sensitivity Method - allows for 11 cannabinoids (including THCV) in under 10 minutes. The method provides the sharpest chromatographic peaks and best sensitivity.
High Resolution Method - For baseline separation of 11+ components, including THCV. This is the preferred method when performing research, adding additional compounds, or state regulations change.
All done using Shimadzu custom cannabis analyser software from quick sample set to easy reporting.
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