ARMOR FORENSICS 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 generated by the absence of color change in the first ampoule, followed by a blue or pink with blue.
ARMOR FORENSICS For the presumptive identification of Heroin, Black Tar, Codeine and Morphine. Easier to distinguish between the four Opiates than using Test B. Test can be used to screen out Methapyrilene and Propoxyphene.
ARMOR FORENSICS Modified Meckeâ€™s Reagent is used for the presumptive ID of all forms of Heroin, including White, Brown and Black Tar, and MDMA (Ecstasy), as well as detecting the presence of certain dye combinations designed to give false positives with Test A.
ARMOR FORENSICS For the presumptive identification of Ephedrine and Pseudoephedrine. A positive result is generated by the absence of color change after breaking the first ampoule and a purple or violet color.