120mL Sample Cups with graduations and a screw on lid for easy transportation of urine samples. Each cup is individually wrapped to keep the cup clean and sterile.
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Each urine sample pot is individually wrapped to keep it sterile. Our pot has a wide base which allows you to use a variety of different drug test panels. The sample pot holds up to 12omL of urine sample but to carry out a multi-panel drug test you only need between 5 – 10 ml of urine.
In addition to the sample pot’s wide base there are graduation measurements moulded on to the side along with a temperature strip with is placed along the bottom edge of the pot which is graduated in both Centigrade and Fahrenheit so you can quickly determine if the urine sample being supplied is at body temperature or not. Often an addict will add hot or cold water in an attempt to dilute the urine so it becomes more difficult to detect the drug.
We have other sample pots and collection cups available for smaller samples. Visit our medical accessories catalogue.
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