8 Drug Test Cup (RISQS)

No. of Cups: 1

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Drugs tested for:

The 8 Drug Test Cup tests for the following 8 drugs of abuse. They are also the same drugs required to be tested for RISQS. (Railway Industry Supplier Qualification Scheme).

Amphetamines 500
Benzodiazepines 200
Cannabis 50
Cocaine 150
MDMA (Ecstasy) 500
Opiates (e.g. morphine) 300
Methadone 300
Propoxyphene 300


What does Cut-off mean?

The cut-off is the minimum level of drug that can be detected by the test. For example, a cut-off of 500 ng/mL means that particular drug can be detected at concentrations at or above 500 ng/mL but not below this number. 

All drug tests, even the most specialised ones. have cut-off levels. There is no test which will detect the presence of a drug down to a zero level.


Intended use

  • Screening for drug abuse
  • Regular testing to confirm or reinforce abstinence

How accurate is the test?

This test is highly sensitive and up to 99% accurate.

It is CE and FDA certified.

This is a lateral flow, one-step immunoassay for the qualitative detection of specific drugs and their metabolites in human urine. 

This test can be used as a quick and convenient screening procedure. All positive tests should be considered as preliminary positive as there is a small chance of a result being a false positive. All preliminary positive results should be confirmed by a laboratory using GC-MS or LC-MS specialised testing as advised by the European Workplace Drug Testing Society guidelines

Instructions for use
  1. Ask test subject to pass urine into the cup and screw the lid back on.

  2. Check temperature strip to ensure sample is at body temperature.

  3. Wait 5 minutes.

  4. Peel back the strip as indicated.

  5. Read the test:


a) The top red strip labelled 'C' is the Control strip and should always be present. If this is missing the test is invalid and should be repeated with a new drug test cup.
b) The bottom red strip labelled 'T' is the Test strip If it is present, even faintly, then the test is negative.
c) A Preliminary Positive result is indicated by a red 'C' strip and completely absent 'T' strip. This result should be confirmed by specialised testing for that particular substance by GC-MS or LC-MS methods.


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