saliva drug test kits 10 panel UK workplace

New Combination Saliva Drug Test Kit 10 Panel

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New combination mouth swab drug test for UK workplace drug testing

UK Drug Testing has this month launched a new combination 10 panel saliva drug testing kit, for UK workplace drug testing. The drug test combination matches exactly our current best selling workplace 10 panel urine drug test cup, and is a great addition to our range of workplace drug test kits.

What drugs does the new combination mouth swab drug test kit test for:

The 10 panel workplace oral drug test kit tests for the following 10 drugs:

  • Marijuana ( Cannabis THC ) 12ng detection up to 8-12hrs
  • Cocaine 20ng detection for up to 24-48hrs
  • Opiates ( including heroin ) 40ng detection for up to 7-21hrs
  • Methamphetamine 50ng detection for up to 72hrs
  • Amphetamine 50 ng detection for up to 72hrs
  • Benzodiazepines 50ng/ml detection up to 72 hrs
  • Methadone 30ng/ml detection 12-24hrs
  • MDMA Ecstacy 50ng up to 48 hrs
  • Ketamine 50ng detection up to 72 hrs
  • Tramadol 30ng detection up to 48 hr

This drug test combination meets the modern testing requirements of UK businesses for workplace drug testing, by detecting all the common recreational and sedative drug groups commonly encountered in UK workplace drug screening. UK drug Testing constantly monitor trends in drug misuse in the UK, to make sure that our drug test combination meet the needs of our UK customers.

Buy workplace 10 panel saliva drug test kits online

Buyers of this drug testing kit, should note the very different windows of detection offered by saliva and urine screening drug tests. We are always happy to give guidance and advice, on which type of drug test best meets your drug screening requirements.

Call our highly experienced customer support team Telephone 01263 731 168, for no obligation advice during our office hours Monday to Friday 8.30am to 5pm or email us.


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