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5 Breathalyzer Myths

5 Breathalyzer Myths
1. Drinking water after consuming alcohol will dilute any breath test result.When it comes to consuming alcohol, water after the fact will only serve to make you feel less dehydrated. Alcohol is a diuretic, which means that the amount of liquid going into your body is less than the liquid coming out...



What You Need to Know About Blood Alcohol Content (BAC)
It’s time to define alcohol consumption and understand how it relates to that elated feeling of enjoying a social drink with friends. It all comes down to one thing: Blood Alcohol Content (BAC). What is BAC? Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) is a formula that helps determine a person’s level of intoxica...



DRIVESAFE at CES 2016

DRIVESAFE at CES 2016
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is an annual event that showcases some of the world’s best and brightest technologies. Titans of the consumer market presented the latest and greatest in electronic devices. And DRIVESAFE was no exception. Our company introduced our newly redesigned DRIVESAFE™ li...



A guide to ALCOSIM Setup and Operation
The ALCOSIM™ breath alcohol simulator combined with Alcohol Reference Solution (ARS) are used to calibrate various breathalyzers and ALCOLOCK™ branded ignition interlocks. This method of calibration will save you time, money and also provides comfort of performing it indoors. Calibrating your breath...



Smartphone Breathalyzers: Designed to Meet your Tech-Savvy Lifestyle
Smartphones have become an essential aspect of our social lives. The distressing panic that overwhelms us when we think, even if it is just for a second, that we forgot or lost our phones, is all too familiar. ALCOLOCK understands smartphone needs and has since released a breathalyzer that wo...



“Immortal Health Elixir” Call for New Breathalyzer Catered to Fermented Products
Kombucha tea, considered an “immortal health elixir” by the ancient Chinese people for over 2,000 years, has brewers scrambling for an alcohol tester specialized for fermented drinks to avoid fines. During the first half of the 20th century, Russian and German scientist invested time to find...



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