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Alcohol Breath Analyzer

Keychain Alcohol Tester with Bright Red LED Flashlight

  • Easy-to-use design with one-touch operation
  • Bright red LED flashlight
  • Keychain design, convenient to use
  • Colored lights indicate blood alcohol content
  • Requires 2 AAA alkaline batteries (not included)

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Alcohol Drug Testing Facts

Alcohol is detected when ethyl alcohol in the blood escapes through the lung tissue into the exhaled breath. This presence can be detected by the very sensitive electronic circuitry contained in the analyzer. When the subject exhales into the analyzer, the device will light up one of three possible lights. Each tester will continue to function correctly as long as the batteries are in good condition. Strict quality control ensures that each tester is properly calibrated, giving the user assurance of consistent tester results. No other tester is easier to use.

Colored lights indicate blood alcohol content:
Green: Less than .02%
Yellow: .02% to .049
Red: .05% or Greater

Alcohol plays an important and integral part in almost every society in the world. While not all alcohol usage is problematic, alcohol remains the most abused drug in history. In the United States, alcohol plays a part in half the automobile fatalities and nearly half of all industrial accidents. For employers, alcohol abuse accounts for two thirds of all substance abuse complaints and depletes a similar percentage from the health care benefit budgets of American companies. While the responsible, adult use of alcohol has its appropriate place in our society, an increasing number of public safety officials, corporate officers and small business managers are concerned about problems with alcohol abuse in the workplace and in public places, particularly when the substance abuser is in control of a vehicle or heavy equipment. As a result, there is a demand for more effective detection of alcohol impairment, where possible, or of blood alcohol content (BAC) in individuals engaged in work or driving.

Substances which can cause false positives

Diabetics who may have large amounts of acetone or ketones on their breath may be mistaken for alcohol abusers.