Potency Analysis HPLC Kit for Cannabis Testing Maximize

Potency Analysis HPLC Consumable Kit

Kit Includes:

  • Calibration Standards:
    • Delta-9-THC
    • Delta-8-THC
    • THCA
    • THCV
    • CBD
    • CDBA
    • CBDV
    • CBG
    • CBGA
    • CBN
    • CBC
    • THC, CBD, CBN

  • Instrument Consumables
    • 1L Mobile Phase System, 4/CS
    • Raptor ARC-18 Guard Column Cartridge, 3/pk
    • Raptor ARC-18 Column, 2.7umx150mmx4.6mm
    • EXP Guard Column Holder
    • HPLC Starter Kit, PEEK
    • 2.0mL Big-Mouth Screw-Top Autosampler Vials & Caps
    • 1100 Pump Maintenance kit
    • 14mm wrench

This kit can be paired to our Potency HPLC instrument

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Item#: 11505K
Condition: New

Potency Analysis HPLC Consumable Kit

GenTech is now providing kits for complete lab solutions. Formulating out kits after the California cannabis testing lab regulations, GenTech is able to provide kits that ensure top quality testing. While it can be difficult for labs to formulate how strict to test their products, we like the set up labs that go above and beyond the basics of testing.

Potency analysis identifies these compounds and measures their levels of strength. Cannabis potency testing normally focuses on the compounds called cannabinoids. Cannabis is made up of over 500 chemical compounds. The most commonly tested cannabinoids are: Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), Tetrahydrocannabivarin (THCV), Cannabidiol (CBD), Cannabidivarin (CBDV), Cannabinol (CBN), Cannabichromene (CBC), Cannabigerol (CBG) and Cannabigerivarin (CBGV).

Cannabinoid profile and potency screening aids growers, processors, dispensaries and quality control laboratories in knowing the level of cannabinoids in their samples. This research shows the compound profiles of different strains and is necessary for accurate labeling of both medicinal and recreational products.

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