Benefits single use breathalyzer Redline
- Easy to Use
- Quick results, in less than 2 minutes
- Small and lightweight
- It slips easily into the pocket of any shirt or hand bag
Each tube (alcohol detector) contains yellow crystals which turn green in the presence of alcohol, when the rate of alcohol is located in the vicinity of 0.02% (BAC). The change in the green colour takes place gradually departing from one end to the other, as little as the change of the temperature on a thermometer.
The more green crystals present, the higher the alcohol rate. The person tested must blow a certain volume of air in order to inflate the plastic bag the device comes with.
The single use breathalyzer is then attached to the bag and the air collected in the latter is then pressed through the tube which contains the crystals.
If the crystals change colour from yellow to green, then the rate of alcohol is located at 0.02% or more.
If the colour change reached one of the red lines drawn on the tube, then the rate of alcohol is located at either 0.05% or 0.08% depending at what level the colouration reached.