SRI Cannabis GC Analyzers Explained

(PRESS RELEASE) TORRANCE, CalifSRI Instruments announces the Model 310‐MM and the Model 420 Gas Chromatographs (GC) for lab quality cannabis analysis at home, in your office or anywhere. Do your own lab tests in minutes for pennies per analysis using the same FID technology as the big commercial testing labs. Made in the USA. Two year warranty.

The Model 310‐MM ($9995) tests for:

  • Cannabinoid potency levels (CBD, CBDA, THC, THCA, CBN, CBC, CBG and all others) in concentrates, flower, and edible samples.
  • Terpenes, (alpha‐pinene, myrcene, limonene), and all other terpenes.
  • Residual solvents (butane, ethanol, acetone etc.) in concentrates.

Best of all, it runs on just distilled water and electricity, no gases are required. So it’s ultra simple, compact and portable. You don’t need to be a scientist, anybody can do it. Learn from our YouTube channel, or call our super-responsive tech support (310) 214‐5092.

If $9995 is still too expensive, the Model 420 tests for CBD THC, THCA, and CBN for $4995. It’s even smaller, but still runs on water and electricity. The model 420 does not test for terpenes or residual solvents.

What a GC can’t test: Many people ask about pesticide testing. Unfortunately, this requires a very expensive mass spectrometer machine costing $250,000 or more. There is no easy, cheap way to test pesticides at the low levels (parts per billion) required. Mold testing is normally done by visual inspection under a microscope, not using a GC. Heavy metals testing requires another $150,000 machine, putting it out of reach for most people.