Cannabis Webinar Series
Discover the Advantages of Transportable 3-in-1 Cannabis Analysis
Most high-powered testing labs use a combination of liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (LC-MS) and gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS) to analyze potency, terpene content, and other contaminants in cannabis samples. While these trusted methods are valuable in the testing lab industry, they aren’t always accessible for a manufacturer, producer, or operator who is looking to refine their product in-house before shipping it out to the lab for high-cost analysis. On the other side, many testing labs are inundated with new samples and are seeking new tools for higher throughput without compromising accuracy.
During this webinar, viewers will gain insight into how G908, a new purpose-built transportable GC-HPMS analyzer, is making 3-in-1 analysis possible for QA/QC testing throughout the cannabis harvesting and production process for lab technicians, growers, extractors, and manufacturers alike.
- Rapid total potency analysis of cannabinoids
- Terpene profiling
- Rapid residual solvents analysis
Duration: 30 minutes
Presenting Partner: 908 Devices
Graham Shelver, PhD
Commercial Leader, Applied Markets, 908 Devices
Prior to joining the 908 Devices team in 2015, Graham worked for Waters (South Africa) and has held product development positions at Varian Instruments, S-Matrix, and Bruker in California. His areas of expertise include the pharmaceutical, natural product, chemical manufacturing and oil & gas sectors. He holds graduate degrees from the University of Kwazulu-Natal, and the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa. Downtime is spent cycling and backcountry hiking in the Sierra Nevada.
Explore our products for cannabis applications:
Performance, reliability and robustness you need for confidence in your daily results.
An all-in-one, multi-column, plug-and-go GC-MS portable analyzer that provides rapid qualitative and quantitative results.
Perform sample extraction for the analysis of pesticides and potency in cannabis simultaneously.