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Accurate Determination of Moisture Content in Cannabis & Hemp Flower

Available On-Demand

Are you accurately and reliably measuring the dry weight of your cannabis and hemp samples? Testing moisture in cannabis and hemp samples can have significant effects on your potency and terpene data.

Have you found yourself asking:

  • Am I getting the right dry weight of the cannabis? 
  • Am I using the right technique?
  • Am I burning terpenoids and cannabinoids during testing?
  • Am I overheating my samples?


Technique and process are crucial to calculating precise cannabis and hemp dry weight. Dry weight is critical for proper potency and label claims. Join Rhine Laboratories and Mettler Toledo for a Webinar where we will examine these questions and more. Learn the most effective techniques and how to prepare samples for true water content and dry weight basis. See the results of an in-depth study between Moisture Analyzers, Karl Fischer Titrators and Drying Ovens to show you the most cost-effective AND accurate solution for your needs.

Key Webinar Take-aways:
  • Learn the most effective moisture content determination techniques
  • Learn the implications on potency and terpenes on dry weight calculations
  • Discover use cases for Karl Fischer Titration, Thermogravimetric Halogen Moisture Analysis, and Conventional Loss on Drying (drying over and balance)
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Daniel Brown

Vice President, Rhine Laboratories

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Brian Hultgren

Technology Applications Consultant, Mettler Toledo

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Raphael Kunz

Technology Application Consultant and Business Development Manager, Mettler Toledo

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