Wheat Ridge, CO (PRWEB) June 26, 2012
Lifeloc Technologies has released a new educational product video about the FC Series of Professional Breathalyzers used by Law Enforcement, Corrections, Schools, and widely deployed Internationally.
The new video helps buyers educate themselves about the range of testing capabilities available on Lifeloc breath alcohol testers that even long time users sometimes don't fully appreciate. Director of Product Management for Lifeloc, Kelly Silverman stated, "We want our customers to get the most out of their breathalyzers. Certainly the devices need to be accurate and reliable, but as importantly they should provide the flexibility to meet the wide variety of alcohol testing situations out there."
For example, a good breath alcohol tester has a test mode for subjects who have trouble blowing forcefully due to lung damage, advanced age or from illnesses such as emphysema. In another test mode, Lifeloc breath detectors used at school events such as Prom can perform high volume student testing without long recovery times or the use of mouthpieces. This is a feature greatly appreciated by School Administrators and School Resourced Officers. An advanced alcohol tester can even detect alcohol in open drink containers without the need for any special attachments.
Hygiene is another concern. Good device design directs the subject's breath flow away from the operator and does not require operator contact with the "wet end" of the mouthpiece.
"Our business is the design and manufacture of professional breath alcohol testers, but our mission is to make the world safer from alcohol abuse," said Lifeloc Technologies president, Barry Knott. This video spotlights how we achieve both."
For more than 25 years Lifeloc Technologies, Inc. has been a leading provider of professional breath alcohol sensing solutions. To learn more about Lifeloc and its professional use breath alcohol detectors please visit http://www.lifeloc.com or call 1-800-722-4872.
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