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The following is an instrument used in the course of BAC or drug screening or analysis in Ontario, Canada.
Guth 2100 Simulator
This wet-bath simulator is used by most police services in Ontario together with the Intoxilyzer 8000C.
This Guth 2100 calibration and control test instrument, used together with a Standard Alcohol Solution (SAS), simulates the breath of a so-called average human being with an average breath temperature of 34.0° C. Human breath temperatures may vary. Uses a digital thermometer. The calibration of this thermometer needs to be checked on a regular basis against a NIST traceable mercury thermometer. If regular maintenance is not conducted, there is a danger that the simulator will not reliably maintain a temperature of 34.0 +-.2C.
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Do digital simulators always read 34.00 degrees Celsius as their temperature?
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Intoxilyzer® is a registered trademark of CMI, Inc. The Intoxilyzer®5000C and the Intoxilyzer®8000C are each an "approved instrument" in Canada.
Breathalyzer® is a registered trademark of Draeger Safety, Inc., Breathalyzer Division. The owner of the trademark is Robert F. Borkenstein and Draeger Safety, Inc. has leased the exclusive rights of use from him. The Breathalyzer® 900 and Breathalyzer® 900A are "approved instruments" in Canada.
Alcotest® and DrugTest® are registered trademarks of Draeger Safety, Inc. The Alcotest® 6810 and 7410 GLC are each an "approved screening device" in Canada. The DrugTest® 5000 is "approved drug screening equipment" in Canada.