No pipetting, no drips, no timing: Collecting an oral fluid sample is quick and easy with the Dräger DrugTest® 5000. The collected sample can then be analysed immediately for accurate results on the spot.
The drug analysis system Dräger
DrugTest 5000 consists of the sampling system Dräger DrugTest 5000 Test Kit and of the analyzer Dräger DrugTest 5000 Analyzer. This provides you with anything you need for a first assessment on the spot.
The test person moves the top part of the
collector briefly back and forth between his cheek and gums until the integrated indicator signals that enough of a sample has been collected. This usually takes
less than a minute and never more than four minutes. The test person returns the
cassette to you – and you will not come in contact with the saliva sample.
The Dräger DrugTest® 5000 test kit provides you with a ready-for-use sampling system. You want to check a suspect
person? Just remove the cover and hand the test cassette over to the test person.
The Dräger DrugTest 5000 automatically indicates the end of the sample collection process: If the collector has collected enough saliva, the indicator becomes blue and the sample collection process is
finished. Afterwards you insert the test cassette and cartridge directly into
the Dräger DrugTest 5000 Analyzer for evaluation.
Dräger test devices and systems for various areas of application
The Dräger Interlock XT is a breath alcohol measuring instrument that can prevent a vehicle from being started if the driver's breath alcohol concentration is higher than the preset limit. It can also be used with key cupboards and for building entry.
Whether for the police or the commercial sector: The Dräger Alcotest® 7510 allows for breath alcohol analysis for any application, and is listed on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's Conforming Product List (NHTSA CPL) as an evidential breath tester. This instrument will most likely be the first handheld breath tester compliant with OIML 126R.
Click here for more information about the Alcohol Interlock Programs in Australia & New Zealand