STPD Poison Detection Kit

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ChemSee's Food Poison Detection Kits are the only detection Kits for poisons in food that have been positively validated by the U.S. Department of Defense.  For additional information on the Kit's validation, visit our validation information page.

The STPD Poison Detection Kit includes everything one needs to analyze a sample of food for Cyanide, Azide, Sulfide, Chromate, Lead, Mercury, Cadmium, Thallium and Arsenic-containing compounds.

Note: The STPD is significantly lower in price than the KT-06 Food Poison Detection Kit, but it does not have built-in quality assurance tabs used to validate its performance. The STPD Kit has a shelf life of six months, and should be stored in a refrigerated environment. The STPD uses the same detection methods as the KT-06 Kit which has been validated by many agencies, including the North Carolina State University Food Science Department.

Product Description and Use

ChemSee distributes the STPD Food Poison Detection Kit for detecting dangerous levels of more than thirty poisons. The detected poisons include compounds containing cyanides, azides, chromates and sulfides (Group I Poisons), thallium, lead, cadmium and mercury (Group II Poisons) and ALL arsenic-containing compounds (Group III Poisons). 1 to 7 grams of sample are required, depending on the food tested.

Kit Features

  • Contains ALL NECESSARY TOOLS for complete analysis
  • Detects poisons in food
  • 6 Month Shelf Life
  • Full Instructions provided with each Kit

Available Products

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STPD Food Poison Detection Kit (STPD-06)

Two detectors (Group I & II Poisons, Group III Poisons), all materials for sample preparation. This includes full color instructions.

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