Andatech's breath alcohol testing equipment has long been a trusted brand for corrections and substance abuse professionals. Certified to Australian Standards and packed with various advanced features, Andatech breathalyzers set the standard for convenient and reliable offender alcohol breath testing. Our breathalyzers make record keeping efficient and easy with large, user-friendly touch screens, custom data input for the subject's name, ID or licence number, the officer name, and other custom fields required by the facility. Our latest model, the Andatech Prodigy 3 includes a built-in camera that takes photographic evidence of the subject at the time of the breath test - an important feature to prevent falsification of records.
Our portable corrections breathalyzers offer both specific mode testing for accurate BAC measurements and passive alcohol screening to allow efficient, rapid detection of alcohol presence. Using police grade fuel cell sensor technology, our breath testing devices offer exceptional accuracy down to +/-0.005%BAC and provide stable results even with multiple consecutive tests. Their ease of use make them highly suitable for all levels of users without need for training. Built-in features such as printer capability, GPS location tracking and data export provide extra flexibility and convenience for corrections and probationary officers both in the field and on-site.
Andatech's range also includes wall mounted breathalyzers with and without record keeping capabilities, suited for facilities that conduct alcohol breath testing on a daily basis. For rehabilitation centers with drink driving offenders, we also provide a voluntary option for an alcohol interlock device that has all the features of a law enforced interlock device including record logging and rolling re-tests. Our interlock device is a great tool for rehabilitation centers to continue monitoring and to prevent drink driving. Additionally, Andatech offers a range of urine and saliva drug testing kits that offer fast and convenient detection of up to 9 of the most commonly abused illicit drugs.