Nark II Presumptive Drug Tests

Nark II has the capability of presumptively identifying several families of substances suspected of being drugs. Each test pouch is comprised of one or more chemical reagents. Suspected narcotics are placed into the pouch and then gently squeezed to crush glass vials, releasing the chemical reagent. When a predictable color or series of colors occur within a specific testing sequence, a positive confirmation may be presumed. A forensic laboratory is then required to qualitatively identify an unknown substance before a positive identification can be made. Nark II kits are DOJ approved. For use by fully trained law enforcement professionals only.

Available to Law Enforcement, Educational, and Investigative agencies only.