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Breathalyzer Scale

Posted on June 12th, 2011 by Dario  |  No Comments »

Breathalyzer Scale – Standard Measurement for BAC

Breathalyzer is a tool or device that is used to measure the blood alcohol content (BAC) of a person. The person would need to blow on the mouthpiece of the device and after a short while (usually seconds), the breathalyzer will provide the BAC result in percentage. Previously, breathalyzer is the brand name of such alcohol tester but later on, it has been used to name such kinds of devices regardless of the manufacturer. Today, breathalyzer scale is being used by the police in the observance of DUI laws. It is also used by health care institutions, schools, and other establishment for security purposes.

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Blood Alcohol Content (BAC)

Basically, BAC measures the alcohol content in the human body through the blood. When a person drinks alcohol, it goes through the throat then into the stomach and intestines. After that, the toxin goes straight into the bloodstream. As the blood is carried to all parts of the body like in the lungs, a parcel of the alcohol stays across the lung membranes. When the person breathes, it evaporates and goes out through exhalation. Breathalyzers make use of semi-conductor, platinum, or cell fuel sensors to measure the BAC of the suspect.

The reading in a breathalyzer scale is shown through a numerical reference in percentage such as 0.20%. This means that 20 percent of the person under check-up is intoxicated with alcohol. In many states, allowable BAC is only until 0.08%. Exceeding this level is already a violation of the DUI laws. It is insignificant to measure the intoxication rate of a person based on how much drinks he consumed. The reason for that is alcohol tolerance and physiology of a people varies. That means this person can drink 10 glasses of beer without getting drunk and but that person only takes 3 glasses and he gets smashed already. Nonetheless, according to studies, drinking 2 regular drinks increase the person’s BAC by 0.05% (but of course, this can be affected by the gender, weight, body type, and overall physic of a person).

Using breathalyzers, authority can easily identify those who are getting detrimental to public safety by wandering or driving drunk. This in turn, reduces rates of accidents such as car crash and delinquencies.

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Best Cheap Breathalyzer

Posted on January 26th, 2011 by Dario  |  No Comments »

Top 3 Useful Tips in Choosing the Best Breathalyzer Cheap!

1. Make sure that the breathalyzer you’re going to purchase will suit your personal needs. You can decide on the breathalyzer you’re going to purchase by having a self-awareness or development on the accuracy of the best cheap breathalyzer available in the market today. Do a research about the various types of breathalyzers sold at a cheaper price. Scrutinize the advantages and disadvantages as much as possible.

2. Find a shop where you can find the best cheap breathalyzer you’ve been wanting. You can find the most affordable breathalyzers at convenience stores such as Walmart and K-Mart stores. You can also purchase other cheap breathalyzers through online shopping websites.

3. Always find time to weigh in the savings you received after purchasing the cheap breathalyzer of your choice. Weighing the amount of money that was discounted from the purchase will give you higher chances of acquiring the breathalyzer’s affordability.

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Best Breathalyzer Keychain

Posted on June 20th, 2010 by Dario  |  No Comments »

Best Breathalyzer keychain or at least one of the best small breathalyzers that is worth check out is the BreathKey digital alcohol tester.

It is said that the BreathKey is one of the best, accurate and affordable units available today. Designed by the same engineer who developed the breath alcohol ignition interlock system. The BreathKey with its keyring design is one of the smallest and most reliable digital alcohol tester. It’s lightweight and portable with accuracy and makes for one of the best keychain breathalyzers to invest in.

Best Breathalyzer for the Money

Posted on June 19th, 2010 by Dario  |  No Comments »

One of the most asked question that has been search for on our site is: what is the Best Breathalyzer for the money? With so many choices of Alcohol testers for personal use has increased this has made picking a digital alcohol tester more difficult for the consumer.

Here are a few things to look at when look for the Best Breathalyzer for your money.

It must be highly accurate, is reliable at breath testing on a regular basis, excellent value for money (price range that you might look at $50.00 to $150.00), should include a least a 1 year warranty, clip in clip out changeable sensor module (the alcohol detector does not need to be to the manufacturer for servicing you simply order a new sensor which is simple to install) comes with battery, user manual, mouth pieces or any other accessories that you do not have to order separately and have a CE RoHs Certified or FDA approval.

Below is the Alcoscent Digital Breathalyzer DA-5000 by Alcoscent at Amazon that comes close to all the above points, as an example of what to look for in a personal breathalyzer.

BAC Test Results

Posted on June 11th, 2010 by Dario  |  No Comments »

Human blood magnified 600 times
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BAC test results can vary depending on what way you are tested. There are a few ways which a BAC test can be conducted. First the most common way is to be breath tested by a breathalyzer. The next way is to be tested though a urine sample, then via a sampling of your blood.

While a breath test by digital alcohol tester and urine tests will give an estimate on blood alcohol concentration (BAC), a blood test is generally the most reliable way to get an accurate result. Once alcohol enters into your body to the stomach, it is absorbed into the blood stream after it was passed to small intestines. From your blood the alcohol chemicals are filter out by your kidneys and secreted as urine. Then the excess is passed back out though your lungs and expelled via your breath. The blood test will give the most accurate blood alcohol content test result.

News anchor Tolly Carr’s BAC Test Results of .13!

The official blood alcohol concentration “BAC test results” for news anchor Tolly Carr were released to the public. Carr’s result was .13 FOUR hours after the accident. The legal limit is .08 Tolly Carr had refused a breathalyzer test at the scene and warrants had to be issued to retrieve samples of Carr’s blood. Prosecutors will have experts extrapolate this result to determine the estimated alcohol content at the time Casey Bokhoven was killed. It is expected to be higher than the official result. Tolly Carr was in court today, dressed in jail attire of an orange jumpsuit. His wrists were cuffed and his ankles shackled. His supporters were there. The family of victim Casey Bokhoven was apparently not notified that Carr would actually attend the morning hearing in person.Casey Bokhoven, age 26, was violently struck and killed by a pickup truck as he stood on a sidewalk waiting for his girlfriend. The truck, driven by WXII (Winston-Salem, NC) morning anchor Tolly Carr,vaulted over a small wall and hit Casey at 30 mph, dragging him 22 feet, hitting a building and coming to rest with Casey under the wheel. The incident occurred Sunday, March 11, 2007 around 3:40 AM. Charged with DWI, Carr admitted he had been drinking and warrants detail that he refused a Breathalyzer test.

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DUI in the Detroit Area – How the BAC test results

At the conclusion of the breath testing, the machine prints out a form and the person tested receives a copy. That copy is usually pink and looks like a big store receipt. It list details of the test, and the results are titled “BAC….

 
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