Drager Alcotest 5510 – Alcohol Testing
The Dräger Alcotest® 5510 handheld screener provides the quality, accuracy, and reliability. With a wide range of available configurations, the instrument is easily adaptable to meet user requirements and local regulations for preliminary breath testing.
With sophisticated technology, The Dräger Sensor uses optimized gas dynamics to measure alcohol concentration. Even at high alcohol concentrations, the measurement result is quickly and accurately displayed.The advanced technology ensures that the instrument is once again ready for use within seconds.
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Healthy Homes NZ Ltd is NZQA accredited for workplace drug testing in accordance with the general requirements of the Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 4308:2008 “Procedures for specimen collection and the detection and quantitation of drugs of abuse in urine”.
Integrated data log
The last 10 measurement results with their respective test numbers are stored in the data log. Individual results can be quickly recalled from the log through the menu.
Thanks to its compact size and ergonomic design the Dräger Alcotest 5510 makes it easy to maintain a firm grip. Mouthpiece attachment flexibility allows for right and left-handed users.
Safe and hygienic
The separation of the grip area and the mouthpiece ensures a safe distance between the hand of the operator and the mouth of the person being tested.
The Dräger Sensor uses optimized gas dynamics to measure alcohol concentration. Even at high alcohol concentrations the measurement result is quickly and accurately displayed. The advanced technology ensures that the instrument is once again ready for use within seconds.
The shape of the mouthpiece is designed so it fits intuitively, quickly, and securely even in poor light conditions. The air outlet is difficult to obstruct and prevents any manipulation when the breath sample is given. A spacer on the mouthpiece prevents the test subject’s mouth from coming into contact with the instrument’s housing and also functions as a mouthpiece ejector.