Surface drug test for Benzodiazepines.
This is a drug residue test for Benzodiazepines. It is called a colorimetric assay that detects Benzodiazepines, often called ‘Benzos.’ This simple on contact test contains two analysis papers suitable for two to four independent trials. The results appear as a color change by wiping the analysis paper on a suspect article or surface and adding a drop of liquid from the ampoule.
With the widespread abuse of Benzodiazepine based drugs, it is now possible to detect and identify these harmful and addictive drugs very quickly. Once discovered, you could make an informed decision on how to proceed, either by talking to the suspect individual or informing the authorities of your findings.
- Each kit contains two analysis papers.
- BZO Pentest detects the presence of Benzodiazepine based drugs such as Rohypnol, Diazepam Flunitrazepam, and Valium.
- Color reactions may take ten seconds to develop, depending on the substance tested’s quantity and purity.
Features of the Surface drug test for Benzodiazepines:
- It identifies Benzodiazepines on almost any surface.
- Quick and easy to use.
- Suitable for up to four tests per kit.
200 nanograms per mm²
- Low net cost per analysis.
- The product identifies residue in less than ten seconds.
- Each pack contains two analysis papers.
- It does NOT destroy the evidence while testing.
Articles on using residue surface test kits:
Detecting and identifying trace amounts of drugs on:
- Office desks, computers, and keyboards
- Check for signs of a drug on hands and fingers.
- Clothing, bags, purses
- Credit cards
- Smoke Pipes
- Powders, pills, and tablets.
Step by step instructions for using the Surface drug test for Benzodiazepines. (BZO):
These tests work with extreme reliability when used correctly. Carefully read the instructions before you start testing. Carefully compare the color reactions to the enclosed instructions.
How to use this test:
Just wipe a suspect surface with the enclosed analysis pads. Place one drop of the formulated liquid onto the pad and see a reaction. Depending on the drug found, the pad will change color. The reaction between the liquid and the pad produces a unique dark purple color, enabling you to detect narcotic substances on contact. Use the enclosed color chart to identify if the drug was detected.
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