BreathIQ Prevention Program: Alcohol Impairment Countermeasure
Stop them before they get behind the wheel!
Used by US Military since 2003 and endorsed by the Army and Navy, BreathIQ has been part of a government program to prevent alcohol-related fatalities. The goal of this program is to educate and facilitate positive peer and teammate pressure when witnessing another person displaying risky behavior due to alcohol consumption. In this case, there is a social responsibility to protect the impaired person and to prevent them from driving. Impaired driving is preventable. In 2019, NHTSA reported that nationwide about 1/3 of all traffic fatalities involved alcohol use. These accidents involve mainly young people between 15-24 (42% of all alcohol impaired fatal crashes).
With BreathIQ, it is cool to care!
What is it
Breath IQ is a breathalyzer pre-calibrated to determine if someone’s Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) is at or above 0.08%. This is an easy-to-use pass/fail tester that visually shows results through a color change. It comes in a glow in the dark keychain case to always have it handy.
- Made in USA
- FDA cleared
- 99.9% accurate
- Granted a Best Practice ARMY and NAVY
- Glows in the dark
- Patented product
- Ready to use and fast results
- Durable: shock and impact resistant
- Water resistant
- Temperature changes resistant
How to use
Wait 15 minutes after last alcoholic drink or rinse with 10 oz. of water. Remove the breathalyzer from the keychain. Then tear away the protective poly bag to access tester.
Firmly press the middle of the tester until inner glass ampule breaks. Do not bend or twist. Use the tester immediately.
Blow hard into end of tester for 12 seconds in one continuous breath. DO not inhale through tester.
Wait 2 minutes to read results. If the crystals have changed color to a blue/green color, the person tested is positive for alcohol at or above the BAC level.
Crystals stay yellow. The alcohol level of the person tested is below the legal limit.
Crystal become blue/green. The alcohol level of the person tested is above the legal limit.
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