The Alco-Screen alcohol test is a quick method to positively identify the presence of alcohol in saliva for blood alcohol concentrations. A simple color chart will allow you to determine a person’s blood alcohol concentration ranging from 0.02% to 0.30%. For accurate results, do not place anything in the mouth for 15 minutes prior to taking the test.

The Alco-Screen alcohol tester can also be used for detecting the presence of alcohol in other fluids – such as a can of soda pop. A very useful feature for parents, high school counselors or any adult who supervises teenage activities.


  • Alco-Screen Saliva Tests Are Disposable
  • Alco-Screen Comes In A Box Of 24 Tests
  • Great Alcohol Test For BAC Detection
  • Effective Zero Tolerance Test
  • Alco-Screen Is Very Affordable
  • Alco-Screen Detects Alcohol In Some Fluids
  • Fast – Alcohol Test Results In 2 Minutes.
  • Uses Saliva To Test Blood Alcohol Levels.
  • An Easy To Use Alcohol Test.
  • Inexpensive
  • Indicates Blood Alcohol Levels From 0.02% To 0.30%

The blood alcohol concentration at which a person becomes impaired is variable, dependent upon the individual. Specific parameters such as gender, physical size, weight, activity level, eating habits and alcohol tolerance all affect the level of impairment of an individual. In general the human body processes alcohol in 4 to 6 hours.

Alcohol plays an important and integral part in almost every society in the world. While not all alcohol usage is problematic, alcohol remains the most abused drug in history. In the United States, alcohol plays a part in half the automobile fatalities and nearly half of all industrial accidents.

 For employers, alcohol abuse accounts for two thirds of all substance abuse complaints and depletes a similar percentage from the health care benefit budgets of American companies. While the responsible, adult use of alcohol has its appropriate place in our society, an increasing number of public safety officials, corporate officers and small business managers are concerned about problems with alcohol abuse in the workplace and in public places, particularly when the substance abuser is in control of a vehicle or heavy equipment.

As a result, there is a demand for more effective detection of alcohol impairment, where possible, or of blood alcohol content (BAC) in individuals engaged in work or driving.

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