NIK Test Pouches

NIK® Test, Box of 10

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NIK® Test, Box of 10

The NIK® System of Narcotics Identification was developed as a means of rapidly screening and presumptively identifying substances suspected of being illegal drugs. Designed to be a completely self-contained system, each test provides all necessary elements to perform chemical colorimetric tests for commonly known and frequently abused narcotics and dangerous drugs. Marquis Reagent is a 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.

  • Rapidly identifies substances suspected of being illegal drugs
  • Can presumptively identify major drugs of abuse

These are available in Tests A-W: (call to place order 419-852-2464)

Test A (General): Marquis Reagent is a primary general screening test for the presumptive ID of Opiates (Morphine, Codeine or Heroin), Demerol, Black Tar, Amphetamine-type compounds including Methamphetamine & Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA or Ecstacy), Amphetamines.

Test B (General): Nitric Acid Reagent 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.

Test C (Barbiturates): Modified Dille-Koppanyi Reagent is used for the presumptive identification of Barbiturates. Used after a no change result in Test A and Test G, and an orange result in Test I.

Test D  (LSD): Modified Ehrlich’s Reagent is used for the presumptive identification of LSD (Lysergic Acid Diethylamide). Used after positive results in Test A and B.

Test E (Marijuna): Duquenois-Levine Reagent - Standalone test for the presumptive identification of Marijuana, Hashish and “Hash Oil”. A positive result is generated by no color change after breaking the first ampoule, a dark blue or violet after breaking.

Test F (Acid Neutralizer): Acid Neutralizer should always be used upon completion of each test, to ensure that the strong acids and bases contained in many tests won’t post a danger to personnel. Each pouch includes enough acid neutralizer to neutralize five individual NIK tests.

Test G (Cocaine): Modified Scott Reagent is used for the presumptive identification of Cocaine, Crack or Free Base. A positive result is generated by blue or pink with blue speckles after breaking the first ampoule, a pink result after.

Test H (Methadone): For the presumptive identification of Methadone. A positive result is generated by the absence of color change after breaking the first ampoule and a resulting blue color. Test H should only be used after positive results from Test A, G, I and C.

Test I (PMA/Ketamine): Lieberman’s Reagent is used 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 no change in Test G.

Test J (PCP): 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.

Test K (Opiates): 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.

Test L (Herion): Modified Mecke’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.

Test M (Methaqualone): For the presumptive identification of Methaqualone (Quaaludes, Sopor Somnafac, Opitimil and Parest are the trade names).

Test N (Pentazocine): For the presumptive identification of Pentazocine, commonly known under the trade name Talwin® Nx or Talacen, as well as a presumptive test for Oxycodone.

Test O (GHB): For the presumptive identification of GHB (Gamma-Hydroxybutyrate). It is used after positive results from Tests A, G, I, W, J and R. A positive result is indicated by a green hue.

Test P (Propoxyphene): For the presumptive identification of Propoxyphene, commonly known under the tradename Darvon®.

Test Q (Ephedrine): 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.

Test R (Rohypnol): For the presumptive identification of Valium (Diazepam), Rohypnol (Flunitrazepam) and Methcathinone. A positive result is generated by a lavender color after breaking all ampoules.

Test T (Ketamine): Morris Reagent is used for the presumptive identification of Ketamine. A positive result is generated by Lavender color. A negative result is indicated by a blue/green color, or by no color reaction.

Test U (Methamphetamine): For the presumptive identification of Methamphetamine and MDMA (Ecstacy). Test A should always be used prior to Test U, as color results for Methamphetamine, Amphetamine and MDMA (Ecstacy) can be very similar.

Test W (Amphetamines): Mandelin Reagent is used for the presumptive identification of Amphetamines and Methadone, as well as screening for PMA and Ketamine in conjunction with Test I.

Rapidly identifies substances suspected of being illegal drugs

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