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NIK Narcotics Field Drug Tests Kits
The NIK System of Narcotics Identification is the only international standard for field testing suspicious substances. NIK is also the only field test that has been awarded the ISO 9002 seal of excellence for quality control. Using state-of-the-art wet chemistry, the system presumptively identifies the most commonly encountered narcotic and street drugs.
Kits are available for all commonly abused drugs including Cocaine, Marijuana, Heroin, Methamphetamine, Amphetamine, LSD, Psilosybin, and more.
In most jurisdictions, this well-established and reliable system has been ruled as sufficient to meet the people's prima facie case burden. In addition, the individually sealed NIK Field Tests and factory-sealed boxes assure proper ampoule placement as well as advanced quality assurance and control. And our new Finger-Guard harness assures increased safety for officers using the kit.
These Testing Pac Refills are sold in individual boxes, Each box contains 10 tests.
Available Drug Test Kits:
- A. General Screening, Marquis Reagent. (800-6071) (Optional # 1006149 )
- B. Confirming Test. (800-6072) (Optional # 1006150 )
- C. Barbiturates, Modified Dille-Koppanyi Reagent (800-6073) (Optional # 1006151 )
- D. LSD, Modified Ehrilich's Reagent (800-6074) (Optional # 1006152 )
- E. Cannibis - Marijuana, Hashish, Hash Oil, Duquenois-Levine Reagent (800-6075) (Optional # 1006153 )
- F. Acid Neutralizer (800-6076) (Optional # 1006154 )
- G. Cocaine, Rock Cocaine, Crack, HCL and FreeBase. Modified Scott Reagent (800-6077) (Optional # 1006155 )
- H. Methadone (800-6078) (Optional # 1006156 )
- I. PMA, Ketamine, Barbiturates and Methadone. Lieberman's Reagent (800-6089) (Optional # 1006167 )
- J. PCP Special Opiates Test (800-6058) (Optional # 1006157 )
- K. Opiates (800-6080) (Optional # 1006149 )(Optional # 1006158 )
- L. Heroin, Modified Mecke's Reagent (800-6081) (Optional # 1006159 )
- M. Methaqualone (800-6082) (Optional # 1006160 )
- N. Pentazocine (800-6083) (Optional # 1006161 )
- O. GHB (800-6090)(Just 5 tests per box) (Optional # 1006168 )
- P. Propoxyphehe (800-6084) (Optional # 1006162 )
- Q. Ephedrine (800-6085) (Optional # 1006163 )
- R. Methcathinone, Valium® and Rohypnol® (800-6086) (Optional # 1006164 )
- S. Marijuana, green leaves, seeds - KN Reagent (800-6092)
- T. Ketamine, Morris Reagent (800-6091) (Optional # 1006169 )
- U. Methamphetamine/Exstacy (MDMA) (800-6087) (Optional # 1006165 )
- V. NIK6093V: Frohdes Reagent (800-6093) (Optional # 1004828 )
- W. Amphetamines and Methadone, Mandelin Reagent (800-6088) (Optional # 1006166 )
List of Equivalent Tests to Transition from ODV to NIK
ODV 902 ===>NIK A
ODV 903 ===>NIK B
ODV 905 ===>NIK C
ODV 907 ===>NIK D
ODV 908 ===>NIK E
ODV 910 ===>NIK F
ODV 9004B ===>NIK G
ODV 906 ===>NIK H
ODV N/A ===>NIK I
ODV 914 ===>NIK J
ODV 922 ===>NIK K
ODV 924 ===>NIK L
ODV 914 ===>NIK M
ODV 926 ===>NIK N
ODV 928 ===>NIK O
ODV N/A ===>NIK P
ODV 927 ===>NIK Q
ODV925 ===>NIK R
ODV 909 ===>NIK S
ODV 912 ===>NIK T
ODV 923 ===>NIK U
ODV 901 ===>NIK N/A
- A. General Screening (800-6071) Primary general screening test for the presumptive identification of Opiates Morphine, Codeine or Heroin, Demerol, Black Tar, Amphetamine-type compounds including Methamphetamine & Methylenedioxymethamphetamine MDMA or Ecstacy, Amphetamines and as a general screening agent for other drugs.
- B. Confirming Test (800-6072)Always used in conjunction with Test A, Test B is a secondary screening test for the confirmation of Opiates Morphine, Codeine or Heroin and Amphetamine-type compound as well as a general screening test for other drugs.
- C. Barbiturates (800-6073) For the presumptive identification of Barbiturates. This test is used after a no change result in Test A and Test G, and an orange result in Test I. A positive result is indicated by no color change after breaking the first ampoule and a lavender color after breaking the second ampoule.
- D. LSD (800-6074) For the presumptive identification of LSD Lysergic Acid Diethylamide. This test is used after positive results in Test A and B. A positive result is indicated by no color change after breaking the first ampoule and a lavender result after breaking the second and third ampoules.
- E. Cannibis - Marijuana, Hashish, Hash Oil (800-6075)Test E is a standalone test for the presumptive identification of Marijuana, Hashish and “Hash Oil”. A positive result is indicated by no color change after breaking the first ampoule, a dark blue or violet after breaking the second ampoule and a grey upper layer over a violet layer upon breaking the third ampoule.
- F. Acid Neutralizer (800-6076)Suggested for use as a neutralizing agent upon completion of each individual NIK ® test. Each pouch includes enough acid neutralizer to neutralize five individual NIK ® tests
- G. Cocaine, Rock Cocaine, Crack, HCL and FreeBase (800-6077)For the presumptive identification of Cocaine, Crack or Free Base. A positive result is indicated by blue or pink with blue speckles after breaking the first ampoule, a pink result after breaking the second ampoule and a pink layer over a blue layer after breaking the third ampoule.
- H. Methadone (800-6078)For the presumptive identification of Methadone. A positive result is indicated by no color change after breaking the first ampoule and a resulting blue color after breaking the second ampoule. Test H should only be used after positive results from Test A, G, I and C.
- I. PMA, Ketamine, Barbiturates and Methadone (800-6089)For the general screening to presumptively identify PMA, Ketamine, Barbiturates and Methadone. This test is used after a Brown result in Test A, or a clear result in Test A followed by a no change result in Test G.
- J. PCP Special Opiates Test (800-6079)For the presumptive identification of PCP Phencyclidine. Test J should be used after positive results from Tests A, G, I and W. A positive result is indicated by no color change in the first ampoule, followed by a blue or pink with blue speckled result after breaking the second and third ampoules.
- K. Opiates (800-6080)For the presumptive identification of Heroin, Black Tar, Codeine and Morphine. Easier to distinguish between the four Opiates than using Test B. This test can also be used to screen out Methapyrilene and Propoxyphene.
- L. Heroin (800-6081)For the presumptive identification of all forms of Heroin, including White, Brown and Black Tar, and MDMA Ecstacy, as well as detecting the presence of certain dye combinations designed to give false positives with Test A.
- M. Methaqualone (800-6082)For the presumptive identification of Methaqualone Quaaludes, Sopor Somnafac, Opitimil and Parest are the trade names.
- N. Pentazocine (800-6083)For the presumptive identification of Pentazocine, commonly known under the trade name Talwin ® Nx or Talacen, as well as a presumptive test for Oxycodone.
- O. GHB (800-6090)(Just 5 tests per box)For the presumptive identification of GHB Gamma-Hydroxybytyrate. It is used after positive results from Tests A, G, I, W, J and R. A positive result is indicated by a green hue.
- P. Propoxyphehe (800-6084)For the presumptive identification of Propoxyphene, commonly known under the tradename Darvon ® .
- Q. Ephedrine (800-6085)For the presumptive identification of Ephedrine and Pseudoephedrine. A positive result is indicated by no color change after breaking the first ampoule and a purple or violet color after breaking the second ampoule.
- R. Methcathinone, Valium® and Rohypnol® (800-6086)For the presumptive identification of Valium Diazepam, Rohypnol Flunitrazepam and Methcathinone. A positive result is indicated by a lavender color.
- S. KN Reagent (800-6092) KN Reagent (Fast Blue B) test for Marijuana, Hashish and Hash Oil will test dried leafy material, green leaves and seeds.
Positive Result: Clear over Orange after breaking the second ampoule
- T. Ketamine (800-6091)For the presumptive identification of Ketamine. A positive result is indicated by a lavender color. Negative results are indicated by a blue/green color, or by no color reaction.
- U. Methamphetamine/Exstacy (MDMA) (800-6087)For the presumptive identification of Methamphetamine and MDMA Ecstacy. A positive result is obtained after a brown or violet result in Test A. Test A should always be used prior to Test U, as color results for Methamphetamine, Amphetamine and MDMA Ecstacy can be very similar.
- W. Amphetamines and Methadone (800-6088)Mandelin Reagant For the presumptive identification of Amphetamines and Methadone, as well as screening for PMA and Ketamine in conjuction with Test I
Presumptive Drug Testing for Bath Salts:
In order to prevent cross confusion regarding similar results for other drugs, is recomended that all three tests (A/902, G/904B, U/923) be used when testing for Bath Salts:
- Nik Test A /ODV 902 (Marquis Reagent): Results are a bright yellow color
- Nik Test G/ODV904B (Scott Reagent): Results are blue color after breaking the first ampoule. Theis reaction in consistent with the results of Cocaine, Lidocaine, Methadone and Ketamine, so care should be taken when presumptively identifying this drug with this test only. The second and third ampoules are not necessary when testing for Bath Salts.
- Nik Test U/ODV 923: Reuslts are a dark blue or purble color. This test will produce results with all forms of Bath Salts. this test also produces the same results for methamphetamines and Ecstasy.
A Ten Step Program for Successful NIK® Drug Testing:
The NIK® Polytesting System is the most widely-used and successful presumptive drug testing systems available in the market today. Law enforcement officers are expected to combine their investigative skills and experience, knowledge of the characteristics of suspected narcotics, and the expected color reactions from the field tests to correctly identify suspected narcotics.
The NIK system is designed to presumptively identify compounds based on probabilities and the use of multiple tests in succession. The more tests used in the identification of a substance, the greater the probability of positive indication. To gain the maximum benefit from using these test kits, agencies should incorporate the following ten points into their testing protocols to generate accurate and consistent results and successfully establish probable cause to support arrests.
- 1. Always use the Loading Device to deliver the correct amount of drug sample when testing. Never overload the pouch. If necessary, adjust the amount of sample according to the strength of the color reaction observed.
- 2. Always break the ampoules in the middle of the special ampoule holder by pinching the holder between the thumb and index finger. Never use another instrument to break the ampoules.
- 3. Completely agitate the pouch with the index finger while holding the pouch by the plastic clip in the opposite hand. Never shake the pouch up and down.
- 4. Always use a white background behind the test pouch to accurately identify the color results.
- 5. Results are based on a color reaction. The NIK system does not differentiate between color hues. Blue is blue, green is green, etc. regardless of the shade.
- 6. When testing for the presence of marijuana, after breaking the first ampoule, the pouch should be agitated for at least 60 seconds. The added time is necessary to extract the THC from the plant material.
- 7. When using Test G to test for Cocaine, the first ampoule will vary in its reaction, depending on the form of the Cocaine.
- 8. Some compounds have multiple tests for presumptive identification. By using more than one test, the chances of a presumptive identification are greatly increased.
- 9. When testing for liquids, dip the end of the Loading Device in the liquid and air dry. Break the tip of the Loading Device off in the pouch and conduct test as normal. As an alternative, place a small amount of the liquid on the corner of a clean white tissue or paper, air dry and introduce into pouch. Never introduce liquids directly into the pouch for testing, except when testing for GHB.
- 10. Always use an acid neutralizer before disposing of NIK tests, and ALWAYS wait for the test pouch to be completely neutralized before placing the safety clip back on the pouch. Do not handle the pouch after adding neutralizer, as it may generate substantial heat.
Other Items Available:
The IdentiDrug™ wall chart 190-602 depicts each testing sequence in the NIK polytesting system. Follow the chart from a general screening to screenings for specific drugs. Each test shows possible color changes and indicate which test to use next. It is an excellent reference for use in the lab or training room.
Also available with your purchase are the Report Pads 190-604. There are just 25 reports per pad, so we recomend to order 4 or more pads.
NIK Report Pads 190-604 were designed to help the end user of the NIK Polytesting System to record all pertinent information when working through the polytesting system. The user can enter in their case #, name and material being tested, and as they proceed through the polytesting system, record any colors or color changes and their conclusions based on the NIK color chart.