Analytical standards for medicinal and recreational cannabis testing helps ensure high-quality products
- Accredited by A2LA to ISO/IEC 17025:2017 and ISO 17034:2016
- Manufactured for GC, GC/MS, HPLC, LC/MS, and other analytical instrumentation
While the legalization of cannabis for both medicinal and recreational purposes has been gaining speed, legislation and regulation has not necessarily kept pace. Out of a drive for self-regulation and significant consumer safety concerns, many producers and manufacturers are turning to testing labs in order to ensure that their products are of high quality and free of chemical contaminants.
Spex CertiPrep® offers ISO/IEC 17025 and ISO 17034 Certified Reference Materials (CRMs) for all of the common contaminants such as pesticide residues, residual solvents and heavy metals, as well as qualitative analysis CRMs, such as terpenes. As the industry demands change and regulations are put into place, we continually update our product offering.
Chemicals sold by Cole-Parmer are not intended for and should not be (i) used for medical, surgical or other patient oriented applications, or (ii) combined with any food product or ingested in any form.
Designed for state specific pesticide regulations:
• OAR 333-008-11
• HB 3460
• AOAC 2007-01
• EN 15662
Can’t find the standards you are looking for? Spex CertiPrep® can make custom standards to meet your exact needs. Contact us for more information at CRMsales@spex.com or call us at 732-549-7144.