Wheat Ridge, CO (PRWEB) January 26, 2007
Lifeloc Technologies (http://www.lifeloc.com), an innovative alcohol testing equipment manufacturer, announces its new PermAffix printer used for workplace breath alcohol testing. With sales in over 35 countries, Lifeloc Technologies' renowned quality equipment is used widely in workplace testing, law enforcement and corrections facilities.
Permaffix labeling is an integral part of the ultimate system for workplace breath alcohol testing, the Phoenix 6.0. The Phoenix 6.0 is the leader of Lifeloc Technologies' family of evidential testers as it is the most sophisticated yet easy-to-use evidential instrument on the market. For convenient, onsite wireless printing of results, the PermAffix labeling system is fast, lightweight and durable.
Alcohol testing equipment manufacturer Lifeloc Technologies' PermAffix printer features labels so innovative and unique that they have been patented. The self-adhesive labels eliminate the need for cumbersome tape, featuring built-in tamper evidence. Conveniently, the labels are designed to fit all DOT and non-DOT forms and can be scanned for electronic document management. The PermAffix high resolution image allows for easy-to-read printouts that are crisp and clear. Unlike direct thermal imaging and multiple part papers, PermAffix labels can be easily faxed, are more archival and have no image fade.
For more information on workplace breath alcohol testing or the PermAffix labeling system, please visit: (http://www.lifeloc.com/workplace/workplace.html).
About Lifeloc Technologies:
For over twenty years, Denver based alcohol testing equipment manufacturer Lifeloc Technologies (http://www.lifeloc.com) has served the business, law enforcement and corrections communities by providing high-tech alcohol testing devices. Used in over 35 countries, Lifeloc's breath alcohol testing devices are recognized for their ease-of-use, reliability, and long life. Lifeloc products have been tested and approved by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, a part of the U.S. Department of Transportation, as well as multiple state forensic laboratories in the U.S. and in many other countries.
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