BreathScan alcohol detector

Made:
c.1998
maker:
WNCK, Inc.

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BreathScan alcohol detector, 1998.
Science Museum Group Collection
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BreathScan alcohol detector, personal, single-use breathalyser, consisting of plastic tube filled with yellow crystals, boxed with instruction leaflet, purchased from vending machine in a motorway service station, made by WNCK, Inc., Houston, Texas, USA, c.1998.

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Details

Category:
Public Health & Hygiene
Object Number:
1999-248
Measurements:
box: 3.3465 x 2.3622 x .5512 in.; 85 x 60 x 14 mm
type:
alcohol detector
credit:
Boon, Tim
status:
Permanent collection

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