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Field Forensics - Fentanyl Test
Field Forensics - Fentanyl Test

Field Forensics - Fentanyl Test

Detect and differentiate trace or visible amounts of fentanyl & heroin. The new Model DXC-001 gives law enforcement a new, much safer and much more accurate kit, it identifies fentanyl, fentanyl derivatives, and heroin using two analytical techniques. The device is safer because the sample pen needs just a trace amount of material - samples can be taken from residues on paraphernalia such as spoons, pipes, and edges of plastic bags, etc. It's more because color appears in different locations on a test card eliminating confusion between heroin, fentanyl and derivatives and other drugs. It also separates common cutting agents and adulterants such as diphenhydramine (BenadrylTM).

  • DXC-001 is safer and more accurate than typical colorimetric tests and detects at trace levels.
  • It also uses two SWGDRUG analysis categories to give the user much more confidence in proper identification.
DIMENSIONS: 3'L x 2'W x 1'H CERTIFICATIONS: The Scientific Working Group presents three categories for the identification of Seized Drugs (SWGDRUG) - A, B and C. Category C is the weakest and A is the strongest. Category C is 'Selectivity through General or Class Information' and Category B is 'Selectivity through Chemical and Physical Characteristics'. DXC.001 employs techniques from TWO categories - B & C. FFI's color tests use reagents that are constructed in accordance with the National Institute of Justice standard 'Color Test Reagents/Kits for Preliminary Identification of Drugs of Abuse 0604.01'