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ETG ALCOHOL TEST KIT
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- Free shipping on orders of $75 or more
- Min Order Quantity 25 Tests
- Bulk Pricing- The more you buy the more you save!
EtG Test Benefits
- Reliable indicator of alcohol consumption
- Detection window of up to 3 days
- Excellent way to monitor individuals who have been ordered to abstain from alcohol consumption
ETG Alcohol Test
An EtG alcohol test is used to determine whether or not a person has recently consumed alcohol by detecting for the presence of ethyl glucuronide (EtG) in an individual’s urine. This type of test is mainly administered to individuals who are not supposed to be consuming alcohol for one reason or another, i.e., those in alcohol treatment programs, on criminal probation, or in DWI/DUI programs.
Whereas breath and saliva alcohol tests can only detect alcohol while it is in the body, EtG alcohol tests are able to determine whether or not alcohol has been consumed up to 3-days before the test is administered. Alcohol urine test strips are able to do this by testing for the presence of the alcohol metabolite ethyl glucuronide, rather than testing for the presence of ethyl alcohol which is only present for up to a few hours after alcohol consumption.
In the past, EtG alcohol testing was very expensive as it could only be executed in a laboratory with highly specialized equipment. More recent technology has allowed for the development of instant alcohol urine test strips that are affordable, convenient, and easy to use. Today, Halux Diagnostic provides a valuable resource for establishments that require EtG alcohol testing on individuals at a low cost with bulk discounts.
ETG is the by-product of the bodies metabolization of alcohol. Until recently testing for ETG was only available through laboratory testing. ETG will remain in the body up to 3 days after consumption which is well beyond the detection period of an alcohol saliva test. This is highly useful in the scenario where an individual has been ordered to abstain from alcohol consumption, because it can be detected if someone were to drink over the weekend. ETG test or for forensic usage only.
Sensitivity of our ETG Test
Halux Diagnostics’s ETG tests have a cutoff level of 500ng/ml.
Benefits of ETG Urine Alcohol Tests Over Breath or Saliva Alcohol Tests
The biggest benefit of ethyl glucuronide (EtG) urine alcohol tests over breath or saliva alcohol tests is the fact that alcohol can be detected for up to 3-days after consumption. Ethyl glucuronide is present in urine for up to 48-hours in most individuals. In heavier drinkers, ethyl glucuronide is typically present for up to 72-hours or more.
This fact has residual benefits that cannot be understated. First, there are certain situations in which it is crucial that an individual is not consuming alcohol at all, not just before or during certain activities, i.e., driving. Alcohol urine test strips are necessary to ensure that an individual who will be participating in a liver transplant has not been drinking alcohol recently and to ensure sobriety of an individual who is in an alcohol treatment program. These instances require prolonged sobriety, which cannot be determined or confirmed with traditional breath or saliva alcohol tests.
Futhermore, EtG test strips are easy to acquire and relatively affordable, in comparison to breathalyzers and lab equipment. Your organization can purchase EtG test strips from Halux Diagnostic and receive a bulk order discount for your patronage and convenience.
Alcohol is the most commonly abused drug in the United States. It is legal and easy to acquire. It is important that your organization is able to determine which individuals are following proper protocol and which are not, because the consequences of alcohol consumption in certain individuals could mean life or death. Using EtG alcohol test strips is one of the most reliable ways to get the facts your organization needs.
How Does an ETG Test Work?
When a person consumes ethyl alcohol, their body metabolizes it and produces ethyl glucuronide (EtG). While ethyl alcohol can leave the body in a matter of hours, EtG remains present for up to 3-days after ethyl alcohol consumption. Testing for the presence of EtG is important because it will determine if a person has recently consumed alcohol – not simply if there are intoxicated at the time of the test.
EtG urine test strips work much like any other urine test strip. An individual provides a sample of their urine in a cup and a test administrator will dip the EtG test strip into the urine. After a few minutes of processing, the test strip will read either “positive,” “negative,” or “invalid.” If an “invalid” is received, the test should be administered again.
It’s important to note that an EtG test does require private facilities as a urine sample will have to be given at the time of the testing. This could mean that an individual is able to provide a sample of urine that is not their own, unless there is a proctor of the same gender supervising the sample collection. Please contact us for more information on EtG alcohol test strips if you still have any questions.
What Can Effect an ETG Urine Alcohol Test Results?
Ethyl glucuronide (EtG) tests pose some concern because they are very sensitive, which can be good and bad. On one hand, they are excellent at detecting the presence of ethyl glucuronide, but on the other hand, there is ethyl glucuronide present in many products besides beer, wine, and spirits.
- Breath spray
- Hand sanitizer
- Cleaning products
There are many other products that contain EtG and individuals should be made well aware of a complete list of these products before they are required to take an EtG test. This will ensure they do not receive a false positive.
The amount of alcohol that an individual consumes can also affect the results of an EtG test. Those who are heavy drinkers or have been diagnosed with Alcohol Use Disorder will typically have EtG present in their urine for up to 5-days after consuming alcohol. People who are more casual drinkers may only have EtG present in their urine for up to 3-days after consuming alcohol. In either cases, an EtG urine test strip will certainly be able to tell whether or not a person is abstaining from alcohol.
For more information about the products and circumstances that can affect EtG urine test strip results, please contact us.
Testing for Alcohol Has Never Been Easier
Our ETG alcohol test kit is an easy way to test for alcohol consumption. It is super easy to use and can detect alcohol in the body up to three days before administration.
Why Use ETG Alcohol Test Kit?
There are plenty of breath and saliva alcohol tests that are easy to use, but they only detect alcohol while it is in the body. The ETG alcohol test kit detects alcohol that was consumed up to 3 days before the test is administered. The test strips work by testing for alcohol metabolite ethyl glucuronide instead of just testing for the presence of alcohol.
ETG alcohol test hits are good for testing individuals who are not supposed to be consuming alcohol, including those in alcohol treatment programs, criminal probation, and/or in DUI programs.
The ETG alcohol strips go above and beyond all other alcohol tests because they offer an affordable way to test for alcohol consumed up to three days prior, not just in that specific day or moment. This holds people accountable for drinking over the weekend when they should not be.
Alcohol is the most commonly abused substance in the world. Because it is so accessible and easy to get, it is important that we are able to test for it in people who should not be drinking at all. Some people are court ordered not to consume alcohol to keep their parental rights. Some people are ordered not to drink alcohol because of a related crime. No matter what the case, the ETG test strips provide a more affordable way to test for alcohol in people who clearly should not be drinking.
How Does ETG Alcohol Test Work?
When a person consumes alcohol, the body metabolizes it and produces ethyl glucuronide (EtG). Ethyl alcohol leaves the body within a matter of hours, but the ETG lingers for about three days. Breath and saliva alcohol tests can only test for ethyl alcohol, not ETG. So, we have taken it a step further and have created a test that detects the presence of ETG so you can check for consumption further back.
Can You Get a False Positive?
Yes. It is important for both the administrator and the test taker to know that there are other products that contain ETG. Because of this, the test taker should avoid certain mouth washes, breath sprays, aftershave products, hand sanitizers, cleaning products and certain cosmetics.
It is also important to note that people who are heavier drinkers tend to keep ETG in their systems for up to 5 days where as lighter, social drinkers tend to keep it in their system for up to three.
Ready to Order Your Alcohol Test?
If you are ready to order the ETG alcohol test kit online, we got you! We do require a minimum order of 25 tests. The more you buy at a time, the more you save!
For more information about this or other products, contact us today.
ETG Alcohol Test Kit
An EtG alcohol test kit detects if someone has consumed alcohol up to three days before taking the test. It works by detecting the presence of ethyl glucuronide (EtG) in a person’s urine. Unlike breath and saliva alcohol tests, which can only detect alcohol while it is in the body, the EtG test shows if an individual has consumed alcohol in the last three days.
This type of alcohol test is designed for testing individuals who are ordered not to consume alcohol, including those who are in alcohol treatment programs, DUI programs, or those who are on criminal probation.
Best Way to Detect for Alcohol
Until recently ETG testing was only available through laboratory testing. Halux Diagnostic now provides an affordable option for organizations to get bulk EtG tests so they can test individuals outside of the lab. With the EtG tests, alcohol detection is more affordable and convenient than ever! ETG tests are a fast, easy and reliable way to monitor individuals who have been ordered to abstain from alcohol consumption.
Why Choose the ETG Test over Saliva Tests?
While saliva and breath alcohol tests are easier to perform and don’t involve urine, they can only detect alcohol that is present in the body. The ETG test detects alcohol that was consumed up to three days prior, which is good for testing individuals who are not supposed to be consuming alcohol after a long weekend.
Bulk Order Discounts
At Halux Diagnostic, we provide an affordable and convenient solution for organizations that need bulk orders. When you bulk order EtG alcohol test strips, we provide discounts for your patronage and convenience. The more you buy, the cheaper it becomes! And, if you order more than $75 worth, your shipping is free.
What Can Affect an ETG Test?
ETG tests are hypersensitive and can show a false positive if someone consumes other products that contain alcohol. If you plan to test individuals with the ETG alcohol tests, you should make them aware of what products would spur a false positive. Individuals who will be tested for alcohol consumption with the ETG tests should stay clear of the following products that contain ETG:
- Breath spray
- Hand sanitizer
- Certain cleaning products
Testing for Alcohol is Easier than Ever Before!
ETG alcohol test kits make it super easy to determine whether an individual has consumed alcohol in the last three days. If you want to order your own test kits and avoid having to go to the lab for expensive and inconvenient testing, we got your covered! We require a minimum of 25 tests at a time and provide bulk order discounts for organizations who need more than that.
Get free shipping with orders that are more than $75!
Need More Information?
For more information, contact Halux Diagnostic today. Our friendly team is available to answer any questions you may have and help determine if ETG test kits are right for you. If you do want to order, we can help you get started!
ETG Test Dip Procedure
To perform the test follow the steps below:
- First collect the urine sample from the donor in a collection cup
- Read the temperature strip to make sure is between the correct temperature range
- Remove the cap from the ETG test card and immerse the absorbent strips in the urine
- DO NOT pass the arrow on the strips when submerging the test card since this can flood the test and invalidate the ETG test card
- After all the lines in the C (control) region appear you can read the lines in T (test) area
- Please follow the image below to interpret the results