Environmental Laboratory

Geno/Grinder® Aids in Sample Preparation for Quechers Method   

Aug 17 2010 Comments 0

Are you using the QuEChERS method for pesticide residue analysis and tired of shaking your samples by hand? SPEX CertiPrep’s 2010 Geno/Grinder® will not only eliminate the need for hand shaking but it will also result in higher yields and reproducible results. It employs a vigorous up-and-down shaking motion that can be adjusted up to a rate of 1750 strokes per minute. The Geno/Grinder is capable of processing a variety of formats including thirty 15mL and sixteen 50mL centrifuge tubes. This is an ideal product for those who need a high-throughput QuEChERS sample preparation solution.

The Certified Reference Materials Division of Spex also offers a full range of pesticide standards for GC, GC/MS and HPLC. SPEX CertiPrep has been manufacturing CRMs for over 55 years. They are directly traceable to NIST (where applicable) and are manufactured in an ISO 9001:2000 facility under a quality system accredited by A2LA as complying with the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025 and ISO/IEC Guide 34. The scope of our accreditation is the most comprehensive in the industry.

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