Topic: Fast, Reproducible Cannabis Potency and Pesticide Analysis
Rocording date: Wednesday, December 6, 2017 1:00 pm
33 minutes
One of the newest and most exciting fields in analytical testing is medical and retail marijuana. With numerous states passing new legislation for the distribution of marijuana and marijuana related products, an urgent need for fast, reliable and economical testing protocols exists. Both the product purity and product potency are areas of major concern from both a quality control and the patient consumer safety standpoint.

Under these precursors, the consistent extraction of cannabinoids and terpenes for subsequent analytical quantitation is of critical interest to demonstrate product potency. Typically, cannabis flower and cannabis-based products are manually extracted, followed by sonication resulting in variable yields and reproducibility. Substituting Pressurized Liquid Extraction can dramatically result in reproducible conditions for rapid, accurate and cost effective extractions. The following details these processes across a wide array of matrices.

Fast, Reproducible Pesticide Residue Analysis in Food
Rocording date: 
Wednesday, November 1, 2017 3:20 pm
Duration: 30 minutes
Description: Many of the traditional techniques used to perform the extraction of pesticides from food matrices is time consuming, solvent intensive and can deliver inconsistent results. The need for economical, fast, reproducible testing protocols exists. Product pesticide analysis is areas of major concern for both quality control and consumer safety. The consistent extraction of pesticides for analytical quantitation is critical. Pressurized Liquid Extraction can dramatically improve reproducibility of results, speed cost extractions and analysis.

Validation Study of Solid Phase Extraction of Base, Neutral and Acid Semi Volatiles in Industrial Waste Water
Recording date: Wednesday, January 25, 2017 11:00 am
50 Minutes
Description: Validation Study of Solid Phase Extraction of Base, Neutral and Acid Semi Volatiles in Industrial Waste Water. 
This webinar will discuss in depth the validation and implementation of the FMS,Inc. Automated Solid Phase Extraction system called the TurboTrace ABN for 9 different sample matrices.

Topic: High Throughput PFC Analysis
Recording date: Wednesday, October 12, 2016 11:00 am
 47 Minutes
Description: The TurboTrace® PFC (Perfluoralkylated substances) SPE system is designed to streamline your laboratory's workflow and increase productivity by automating the manual steps in your sample preparation process. It is designed for high throughput and tough sample matrices. It is the first automated solid phase extraction system made specifically for PFC extraction and concentration. Effective at reducing background contamination, extraction and concentration of aqueous samples takes less than two hours.