Optimize Sample Throughput, Accuracy and Precision of Results When Determining Moisture Content in Your Cannabis Samples
Determining the moisture content of cannabis and products derived from it is critical throughout the entire manufacturing process - from harvesting to packaging of the finished product. Water content influences a variety of factors including – product weight, active ingredient concentrations (THC), shelf life, susceptibility to contamination, flavor profiles, product consistency and more. Excess moisture can subject cannabis and related products to a higher risk of microbial contamination, including bacteria, fungi, and various forms of yeast. Contamination due to elevated moisture levels can thus prematurely shorten the shelf life of cannabis products. Consequently, an accurate analysis of moisture content in cannabis ensures product safety, as well as compliance with numerous state and local regulations. As a result, cannabis industry professionals will require easy, accurate, and fast methods of moisture analysis that can handle increasing levels of sample throughput.
After extensive analysis time developing testing and measurement protocols for moisture analysis in cannabis, see what Conner D. Griffeth, COO, Level One Labs had to say about Sartorius moisture analyzers and their application in cannabis testing laboratories.
“The Sartorius moisture analyzers have been a great addition to our lab. They are simple to use, efficient, accurate and the ability to add more modules to maintain throughput was huge for us.”
Conner D. Griffeth, COO, Level One Labs
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