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Drug Residue Analysis

Rapid Surface Drug Test Kits

The Top Five Reasons why people use Surface Drug Test Kits.

  1. To Identify an unknown powder or pill.
  2. To analyze paraphernalia to identify what drug they are using.
  3. Check for drug use in an automobile, truck, RV’s, and more.
  4. Parents need to check a loved one’s room, including their computer, bags, wallet, etc.
  5. To detect trace amounts of an unknown suspect substance.

Our range of Drug Residue Detection & Identification test kits provide individuals, schools, law enforcement, and private investigators with a simple and reliable tool for testing a suspicious substance. Surface Drug Test Kits analyze pills, capsules, and liquids for drugs. They are highly reliable at detecting grams or milligrams of an active compound.

Our residue or surface drug testing kits can serve as an investigative tool unique to the industry. More importantly, our tests DO NOT destroy the evidence like other tests. Our drug residue detection and drug class identification tests are based on wet chemistry using colorimetric reagents. The chemical creates a reaction when they contact specific narcotic substances by changing to a distinct color.

These sophisticated surface drug test kits will detect tiny amounts of drug residue from many different surfaces even when there is no trace. The latest generation of drug detection and identification products is so advanced that they can detect and identify microscopic amounts and detect over 40 different drugs from one test.

Surface Drug Test Kits
Above are directions for using the test paper.

Significant benefits: They are low cost, with fast results. The sample is not affected and does not destroy the evidence.

One drop of liquid from the included ampule placed on the test paper reacts to produce a color. The results from a substance test develop in seconds to identify substance detection.

Surface Drug Test Kits
Above are directions for using the pen test.

These products are convenient to use; that’s why Law Enforcement, DEA, Airports, FedEx, Homeland Security, and the United States Postal Service use them to identify suspect substances.

Here is a guide to help you with testing around the home; this gives you helpful information on where to look and how to identify a suspect substance.