System Suitability Tests

System suitability establishes that the instrument used for testing is operating according to a given set of criteria at the time of use. System suitability is established immediately before any samples have been evaluated, continued at regular intervals throughout the analysis run, and after the final sample of the test analysis. If there are any interruptions in the run or the system suitability requirements are not met, the sample injections are voided.

“Our experience in Pharmaceutical Method Validation has given us the confidence that we are providing the most accurate results in cannabis testing.”

Quality Control Tests

Quality Control tests are executed on equipment where system suitability has been established at the time of use, using validated methods, on qualified equipment, in a validated facility, using validated processes. This entire system of validation works together, layer by layer, to ensure confidence in the final reported results.

Agricor Laboratories accomplishes the highest level of confidence in our results by applying the vigorous validation processes detailed here. This process is modeled after the Pharmaceutical industry, which employs these same processes to ensure public safety. We’re not re-inventing the wheel here; we’re simply adopting tried-and-true practices that have been developed and improved upon for decades.

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