What is a Split Specimen Cup with built-in adulterant strips? Just like any drug test that uses test strips to identify possible drugs of abuse the Split Specimen Cup can be selected to have test strips that will detect adulterants such as Oxidants, pH, Creatinine, and others that are used solely to stop a drug test from doing what it is supposed to do, "identify drugs that are present in the urine specimen". Therefore avoidance of detection by every measure obtainable is very likely to be pursued, especially when a job is hanging in the balance! People in these situations will often go to great lengths to purchase commercial products to help them pass the test or follow a recipe online to purify their system in their pursuit of acquiring a negative test result come testing day, if notice is provided.
This is where an adulterant test can come in very handy for an employer
or staffing agency. A built-in adulterant test will indicate usage of
commercial or home remedy ingredients that attempt to mask potential
drugs. Once adulterants are indicated, the test will be considered
invalid (Adulterated). Adulterants are always to be checked first since
it makes no sense to proceed once detected. For a drug test to provide
valid test results the specimen should first be validated to make sure
that the specimen did come from a human and from the person that
provided the sample, just to make every effort and ensure that the
specimen is completely unadulterated.
Split Specimen Cup with built-in adulteration strips have 3 and 5 Level Parameters:(pH SG & OX) and (CR NI PH OX SG) which depends on which test cup you choose.
List of Adulterant Names
- OX - Oxidants - Bleach
- SG - Specific Gravity - checks for sample dilution
- pH - Detects the presence of acidic or alkaline adulterants in urine
- NI - Nitrate - tests for commercial adulterants
CR - Creatinine - Checks for excessive consumption of water taken to purge the body or dilution of urine.
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