SIRCHIE? introduces the NARK? II Progressive System for Drug Identification. NARK? II has the capability of presumptively identifying several families of substances suspected of being abused drugs. Designed to function as a transportable narcotics laboratory, it is available for use wherever the need for its capability might arise. Each of the tests is comprised of one or more chemical reagents. When a predictable color or series of colors occur within a specific testing sequence, a positive confirmation may be presumed. Presumptive identification is generally recognized within our legal system as a component of probable cause. There is no drug identification system presently in use which completely eliminates the occurrence of false positives and false negatives. A forensic laboratory is required to qualitatively identify an unknown substance.
Port-A-Kit, 16 tests plus neutralizer, 2 pouches ea. test 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 07, 11, 15
For Sale to Law Enforcement Only!NARK200PK CONTENTS:
2- NARK2001-1 Marquis Reagent (Opium Alkaloids)
2- NARK2002-1 Nitric Acid Reagent (Heroin/Morphine)
2- NARK2003-1 Dille-Koppanyi Reagent (Barbiturates)
2- NARK2004-1 Ehrlich?s Reagent (LSD)
2- NARK2005-1 Duquenois-Levine Reagent (Marijuana, Hashish, Hash Oil, THC)
2- NARK2007-1 Scott Reagent Modified (Cocaine HCI, Crack)
2- NARK20011-1 Mecke?s Reagent (All Heroin)
2- NARK20015-1 Sodium Nitro Prusside Reagent (Methamphetamine, MDMA)
1- NARK2006 Acid Neutralizer, 1 oz. (30ml)
1- Black Plastic Copolymer Carrying Case; Dimensions: 8.5? x 5.5? x 3.1875? (21.6cm x 14cm x 8.1cm); Weight: 1.45 lbs (657 g)
For Sale to Law Enforcement Only!NOTE:?ALL TEST RESULTS MUST BE CONFIRMED BY AN APPROVED ANALYTICAL LABORATORY! The results of this test are merely presumptive. NARK? only tests for the possible presence of certain chemical compounds. Reactions may occur with, and such compounds can be found in, both legal and illegal products. This test must be administered following its specific instructions and may be used in conjunction with other reagents in the NARK? II Sequential Testing System.