- Begin testing at your convenience with a unique key activator
- Reserved split-specimen is ideal for additional confirmation testing
- Flat front for easy to copy results
- Quick, accurate results in 5 minutes and up to 99%
- Adulterant combinations: CR, GL, NI, OX, PH, SG
- Easy test kit for drugs of abuse
- U.S. FDA Cleared
- CLIA Waived options
- Convenient hinged lid
A rapid screening device in a convenient cup that targets up to 12 drugs. A split specimen drug test that requires minimal training and test results in just five minutes.
What's so great about the Integrated E-Z Split Key Cup that differs from other on-site cups? First of all, a leak-proof hinged lid. Creating a more enjoyable and sanitary drug testing environment. This drug testing device was originally created with just a snap-on lid that had to be removed during the procedure which made it easy to get misplaced. The test kit is now called the "Integrated E-Z Split Key Cup II" giving it a brand new hinged lid that seals with an audible click when closed. The lid of the cup is hinged turning it into a "one-piece device" giving you less to keep up with when administering drug tests throughout the day.
This cup has two specimen chambers, one for the initial test and the other for the lab to use for confirmation, should a non-negative result appear. The second chambers urine specimen is always pristine, untouched or uncontaminated. Therefore this device serves as a split specimen drug test, that works as a time saver eliminating the need for pre-pouring a lab specimen as this is done for you automatically.
Another impressive feature about this product is the "key" which you will always find seated at the very top of the lid of the cup. All you need to do is remove it from the lid and when you are ready to start and insert it firmly into the side. Once the key is inserted, the cup gets busy as the specimen floods into the testing chamber, the drug strips begin a process carrying the urine specimen up until a chemical reaction occurs and result lines began to form, this process takes only seconds.
What does this mean for you? The key works like a push-button and it allows you to run your drug tests at a time that is convenient for you. Therefore, your drug testing experience will be Collector Controlled instead of Donor Controlled, you can push the button and run test kits on your own time frame but make sure to check your state's laws and verify that it is an acceptable method of screening within your state's guidelines.
Last but not least, this cup has a flat front for easy to copy results. Whether it is a student, a patient or an employee, drug testing is a serious task that should be completed with proper documentation and record-keeping. Drug tests can be questioned, the person can seek counsel to refute the validity of the test, so a report should always be filled out with a signature of the person providing the sample and a copy of the test results included. This can be done with a copy machine laying the flat end of the cup face down on the copier.
Questions and Answers
Do these drug test cups have an expiration date? Yes, the shelf life of our products ranges from 12 to 18 months. The expiration date of each Lot of devices is indicated on each individual foil pouch and can be used until that date.
Is there specific training required to administer these drug tests? Although there is no official training required to administer the tests, procedure cards are provided as well as, instructional videos. Please make sure to refer to the package insert for complete instructions, limitations, and warnings.
Will these test kits hold up in court? Instant drug tests provide only a preliminary analytical test result. A more specific alternate chemical method must be used in order to obtain a confirmed analytical result- gas chromatography (mass spectrometry) (GC/MS) is the preferred confirmatory method. Any result taken to court must be confirmed by a SAMHSA certified Lab. SAMHSA's List Of Certified Labs For GC/MS Testing.
What should I do if a test line is fainter than the other lines showing on the test? A fainter test line has absolutely nothing to do with how the results are determined. Differing shades on a test line can be a normal occurrence and should be considered as a negative result.
How to administer the test
Prior to testing.: Allow the test cup, urine specimen, and/or controls to equilibrate to room temperature (15-30°C)
- Remove the key by twisting it from the center of the cup's cap.
- Collect specimen in the cup and secure cap tightly by pressing down on the pull tab until an audible click is heard.
- Technician dates and initials the security seal and attaches the security seal over the cup cap.
- Place the cup on a flat surface and push the key to a fully closed position to initiate the test. Start the timer.
- Remove the peel-off -label covering the test results.
- If adulteration is included within the test cup, read the adulteration strip(s) between 3 and 5 minutes
- Compare the colors on the adulteration strip to the enclosed color chart. If the specimen indicates adulteration, refer to your Drug-Free Policy for guidelines on adulterated specimens. We recommend not to interpret the drug test. Either retest the urine or collect another specimen.
- Read the drug strip results at 5 minutes. The drug test results remain stable for up to sixty minutes.
How to interpret the test results
NEGATIVE:* Two lines appear. One red line should be in the control region (C) and another apparent red or pink line adjacent should be in the test region (Drug/T). This negative result indicates that the drug concentration is below the detectable level.
*NOTE: The shade of red in the test line region (Drug/T) will vary, but it should be considered negative whenever there is even a faint pink line.
POSITIVE: One red line appears in the control region (C). No line appears in the test region (Drug/T). This positive result indicates that the drug concentration is above the detectable level.
INVALID: Control line fails to appear. Insufficient specimen volume or incorrect procedural techniques are the most likely reasons for control line failure. Review the procedure and repeat the test using a new test panel. If the problem persists, discontinue using the lot immediately and contact your local distributor.
if you are looking for an onsite test kit for drugs of abuse, this product will be a strong contender among other drug test cups. We highly recommend trying it and fully believe that it will serve you well.