CheckPoint Alcohol Test

  • Easy to use - crush and blow
  • Available in 0.02, 0.04, and .08 threshold levels
  • FDA Cleared

 

 

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CheckPoint 8-panel Dip Test

    • Clia-Waived
    • Easy-to-use dip format
    • 8 panel
    • Our most affordable dip drug test

8 panel Dip Test - August 2015 Expiration 

Only $4.95 ea

 

 

 

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Alco-Sensor Instruments

  • Evidential accuracy
  • Automatic breath sampling
  • The most popular models of  breath testing instruments  

 

 

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Mouthpieces

  • Mouthpieces for most alcohol testing instruments
  • Quantity discounts
  • Available in any quantity

 

 

 

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BAT Training Courses

  • BAT Training in regional classes
  • BAT Training at your location
  • Train on all Intoximeter instruments

 

 

 

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Window of Detection

Displays detection times for dozens of drugs when testing urine, sweat, saliva and hair. Includes table of common "street" names link

Drink Wheel

This tool uses the Widmark formula to estimate intoxication levels based on gender, body size and the number of drinks. link

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