iScreen Breath Alcohol Test
iScreen Breath Alcohol Test is intended to measure alcohol in the human breath. Results are used in the diagnosis of alcohol intoxication. The rapid screening test provides semi-quantitative results. The test indicates relative Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) at 0.02%, 0.05% or 0.08% cutoff levels.
Features and Benefits
- Four simple steps to complete
- Read results at 2 minutes
- Available in 0.02%, 0.05%, and 0.08% cutoff levels
- Gender-neutral collection
- Ideal solution for on-site rapid testing
Wait 15 minutes after last alcohol intake or drink a glass of water before testing.
1. Bring the pouch to room temperature (15-30°C or 59-86°F) before opening. Remove the detector from the sealed pouch. Do not touch the Mouthpiece to avoid contamination.
2. Hold the middle of the detector. Firmly squeeze the detector to break the Inner Glass Tube. Perform the test as soon as possible to avoid the affects of humidity. Do not crush or bend the detector. Refer to the picture on the right.
3. Breathe into the detector. Hold the middle of the detector horizontally. Take a deep breath. Blow hard into the mouthpiece, in the same direction as the detector arrows. Blow hard into the detector for 12 seconds. Note: Failure to blow hard, or for 12 seconds, may cause false results. Do not inhale while blowing into the detector. Refer to the picture on the right. Shake the detector slightly to distribute the crystals evenly in the Test Window.
4. Read results at 2 minutes. Compare the color of the majority of crystals to the Color Chart on the detector label. Do not read results after 5 minutes.
Interpretation of Results
Compare the color of the majority of crystals in the detector to the Color Chart on the detector label.
NEGATIVE: Majority of the crystals are more yellow than the Cut-off Color Block on the detector label. The relative BAC is below the cut-off level of the detector. The crystals may be lighter than the crystals from an unused detector.
POSITIVE: Majority of the crystals are the same color as either color block, or more green-blue than the two color blocks on the detector label. The relative BAC is at or above the cut-off level of the detector.