Since 1996, GenTech has provided laboratory services and solutions to thousands of satisfied customers. We offer the analytical instruments required to test cannabis and hemp at a fraction of the cost of new instruments. Let GenTech help alleviate the cost of starting up your cannabis lab with our instrument expertise and extended warranties.
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A full–service reseller of all major manufacturers of analytical instrumentation, GenTech is your comprehensive source for High Quality – Low-Cost cannabis and hemp testing instruments and laboratory support. We offer customized training, expert service, repair, and professional installation – all the options you need to equip your lab for less.
Why Test Cannabis
As medical marijuana continues to gain important scientific and political legitimacy, the need to raise the standards of cultivation practices, testing, and overall transparency of the product is clear. Marijuana can be used to treat many medical conditions such as cancer, glaucoma, seizures, HIV/AIDS and more. Patients and consumers rely on the products consumed to be safe and consistent.
Cannabis Testing Ensures:
Medical Research Growth
The Safety of Consumables
Consumable Product Standards
Fulfillment of Consumers’ Specific Needs
Different types of analysis and screening are required when checking for quality, potency and safety.
Cannabis Industry Solutions:
- Growers: Ensure Consistency, Strain Development, Process Improvement & Detect Contamination
- Dispensary: Cannabinoid Characterization, Potency, Meet Regulations & Quality Control
- Manufacturers: Quality Screening, Potency, Safety, Flavor & Fragrance
For laboratories analyzing samples for THC potency, residual solvents, cannabinoids, or pesticides, GenTech offers a wide range of sophisticated analytical equipment needed to test cannabis infused products and concentrates.
Which instruments do you need?
Cannabis policies and testing regulations vary by state. The tests required by your state regulations, along with any additional types of tests you plan to run, will determine which instruments a laboratory will need.