Buy portable breathalysers for workplace use
Andatech's range of portable breathalysers are suitable for all industries for workplace alcohol testing. With the latest fuel cell technology, various advanced features and dual test modes for specific and fast mode testing, each breath test provides accurate alcohol test results within seconds. Store comprehensive data in the breathalyser itself, and get reports on alcohol levels delivered straight to your email with Andalink-compatible breathalysers. Plus, enjoy peace of mind with our lifetime guarantee on all breathalysers. Shop our range of portable breathalysers for workplace testing today, or contact our sales team for recommendations and corporate pricing.
What breathalyser technology does Andatech use?
Andatech uses industrial grade advanced platinum fuel cell technology to power our
breathalysers, leading to fast and accurate BAC results at all times.
How does a breathalyser work?
Breathalysers work by analysing a breath sample blown into the device and calculating the concentration of alcohol that is found within the breath sample or breath alcohol concentration (BrAC).
Breathalysers do this either by using semiconductor or fuel cell technology.
Are breathalysers accurate?
Breathalysers are the easiest and most accurate way to estimate a person’s intoxication level by measuring the concentration of alcohol found in an individual’s breath sample.
How many drinks does it take to reach 0.05%BAC?
It is difficult to estimate how many drinks it takes to reach that 0.05%BAC as many different individual factors need to be taken into consideration and can vary from person to person.
Learn more abut this in our blog post 'How many standard drinks does it take to reach .05%BAC'
Is there a way to save breath alcohol data of team members?
Do breathalysers also detect drugs?
Andatech breathalysers do not detect drugs and can only detect specific alcohol concentration in one’s breath.
Drug test kits from Andatech, however, are able to detect drugs and alcohol with cut-off levels complying with Australian Standard guidelines.