Collection: Urine Drug Test Cassettes

Urine drug test cassette kits

We only hold small volumes of each type of the urine drug test cassettes as they are not as popular as the urine drug test strips. If they are sold out and you would like to order them please contact our trade team to place an order.

What is a urine drug test cassette?

A urine drug test cassette is used to detect a single drug in a urine sample. A urine drug test cassette is a diagnostic test device used to detect the presence of specific drugs or their metabolites in a person's urine sample. It is a common method employed for drug testing in various settings, including workplaces, schools, sports organisations, drug testing laboratories, and healthcare facilities.

The cassette typically consists of a plastic or cardboard housing with one or more test strips inside. Each test strip is impregnated with antibodies or other reactive substances that can interact with specific drugs or their metabolites. When a urine sample is applied to the cassette, it migrates through the test strip, and if the target drugs are present, they bind to the corresponding antibodies.

What drugs can be tested for with drug test cassettes?

The drugs commonly tested for in urine drug tests include marijuana (THC), cocaine, amphetamines, methamphetamines, opiates (like heroin and morphine), benzodiazepines, and others. The specific panel of drugs tested can vary depending on the requirements of the testing program. If you wish to test for multiple drugs on one urine sample you may find a multi-panel drug test kit more cost effective and easier.

How accurate are cassette drug test kits?

It's important to note that while urine cassette drug tests are highly accurate ( when compared to a GCMS lab test), reliable, convenient, and widely used, they are screening tests and as such have some limitations. The results are subject to interpretation, and false positives or negatives can occur. Confirmatory laboratory drug testing using more precise methods, such as gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS), is often employed in workplace and clinical settings to verify the results of a positive test before making any conclusive determinations.