The 14 panel cup drug test kit is quick, reliable, and simple to use. Each test comes with a leak-proof screw top lid and a built-in temperature strip to help authenticate the urine within the cup.
The cut-off level of each drug conforms to SAMHSA’s guidelines. The 14 panel cups are ideal for pain management, drug addiction screening, and home use.
The cups themselves are highly accurate and reliable. You do not need any other tests or materials – everything you need to perform is all in one cup. The results are also clear to read, with little room for confusion. Results may show within one minute, however it is advised that you interpret the urine specimen within five minutes of taking the test. It is recommended that the results should not be read after ten minutes of use.
Keep the drug test kit stored within 36 degrees and 78 degrees Fahrenheit regulated conditions. Remove the seals only when ready to use.
Drug Testing Instructions:
- Bring the 14 Panel Drug Test Cup, specimen, and/ or controls to room temperature (59-78 degrees F) before use. Be sure to store at refrigerated temperatures. Remove the cup from sealed pouch and use it as soon as possible.
- Have the drug test taker date and initial the body label.
- Test taker provides a urine specimen in the drug testing cup and screws cap on top of it. Start the timer immediately after use.
- Operator checks the cap for tightness and no leak drop.
- Remove the peel-off label.
- Check the temperature strip label at 2-4 minutes after specimen collection for the fresh urine specimen. A green color will appear to indicate the temperature of the urine specimen. The proper range for an adulterated specimen is 90-100 degree F (32-38 degree C).
- Drug test results are indicated by the presence or absence of colored band(s) in the result area of the test strips. Make sure to read the test result after a time interval of 5 minutes. Do not interpret the result after 8 minutes.
- Positive test results must be confirmed by another drug testing method. Send the cup and urine specimen intact to a toxicology laboratory for confirmation.