The 11 Panel Urine Drug Test Split Specimen Cup by Noble Medical uses a patented key-operated trigger system. This allows the collector to transfer 2ml of the urine specimen into a separate testing chamber. The reason for this is that if the test reports a non-negative result, the cup can then be sent to a laboratory with the remaining untouched specimen for GC/MS confirmation
Drug Configuration: Cocaine, Methamphetamine, Amphetamine, Marijuana, Opiate, Oxycodone, Barbiturate, Benzodiazepine, Methadone, Ecstasy, and Buprenorphine
- Workplace Drug Test
- Key triggered system
- On-site drug testing
- FDA 510(k) Cleared
- Urine drug test cup
This FDA Cleared cup is Collector Controlled vs. Donor Controlled, meaning that the collector is the only person who has complete control of the device and can activate the test at their convenience. Afterward, once the test is performed and the results are displayed, the collector can make a photocopy of the result simply by placing the flat front side onto a copy machine or scanner.
If you are looking for a very effective pre-employment screening kit, the split specimen cup can help. Employees who test positive in pre-employment drug tests are 66% more likely to be absent and 77% more likely to be discharged within 3 years than those who tested negative. Employers, the court system, police departments, and schools have used urine drug testing for the drugs of abuse detection.
With this drug test cup kit, you’ll receive 27 security seals, 1 package insert, and 2 procedure cards, all included when you place your order. One important feature the split specimen cup 11 panel drug test offers is a temperature strip that is conveniently located on the back of the mechanism to help ensure specimen sample integrity for accuracy and reliable results.
. However, it does include a quality control device built into the drug test cup, and a red line in the control region (C) is considered an internal procedural control. It confirms sufficient specimen volume, adequate membrane wicking, and correct procedural technique.