TestCountry is proud to offer alcohol tests for home, corporate, school and clinical use at discounted prices.
We offer four types of alcohol tests:
Disposable breath alcohol detectors - The Breath Alcohol Test is a disposable breath alcohol detector is a DOT-approved, fast, accurate and qualitative alcohol detector. The Breath Alcohol Test has been on the market since 1987 and, because of its proven reliability and demonstrated affordability, has become the leading disposable device in the breath alcohol testing field.
Saliva alcohol screening tests -These quantitative, reliable and accurate saliva tests are DOT-approved for the mandatory testing of all transportation and safety sensitive employees for blood alcohol concentrations above the federally mandated zero tolerance level of 0.02%.
Digital alcohol breath analyzers-TestCountry carries the most popular individual and professional digital breathalyzers offered in the market. They are fast and easy to use and include top of the line semiconductor or fuel cell sensor technology.
Alcohol urine analysis - These urine testing services will test a urine sample to see if it contains traces of alcohol.
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Alcohol intoxication leads to tens of thousands of fatalities annually, directly or indirectly. For the last few decades, two conventional methods have been used quite routinely for alcohol testing - simple urine tests and breathalyzers.
Also, Ethyl Glucuronide and Ethyl Sulphate based alcohol tests have been developed and have been quite popular, as these methods are able to detect alcohol consumption for up to 80 hours whereas simple and conventional urine tests and breathalyzers can detect consumption only for a few hours.
The ETG/ETS alcohol detection tests are based on the principle of alcohol biomarkers, which are only produced due to alcohol metabolism. So, these tests are completely reliable as they can not be masked by any sort of illnesses, for example, urinary tract infections or diabetes. Cut-off levels are used on the basis of medication history and eating habits to filter the false positive results that may be generated due to consumption of certain prescription drugs or foods that contain non-beverage alcohol.