Evidential breath alcohol testing instruments
Nanopuls have sold evidential breath alcohol testing systems to the Scandinavian police since 1989. Evidenzer®, developed by Nanopuls, is today the exclusive choice of the Swedish police, customs, and coast guard as well as the police in Ireland, Norway and Finland. Evidenzer has been evaluated by the Volpe Transportation Systems Center and found to meet the model specifications for evidential breath test instruments, as stationary or mobile device. Additionally, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has reviewed and approved the Quality Assurance Plan (QAP) for the Evidenzer.
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Nanopuls AB is located in the university city of Uppsala, 70km north of Stockholm, the capital of Sweden. Nanopuls AB was founded in 1970. Nanopuls have supplied evidential breath alcohol analysis instruments to the Scandinavian police since 1989. In 2013 MHF (Swedish Abstaining Motorists’ Association) acquired Nanopuls AB. Nanopuls AB is now part of a larger group of companies in the field of preventing drunk driving. One of the group members, MHF Test Lab, offers quality tests of handheld alcohol testing equipment and vehicle interlocks for international customers. MHF Test Lab is accredited according to ISO 17025.
MHF (Motorförarnas Helnykterhetsförbund) is a Swedish non-profit organization promoting “zero tolerance” to drunk driving. MHF was founded in 1926 and is an opinion maker actively working with local and national authorities on matters related to prevent drunk driving. MHF also hosts the Swedish MADD organization (Mothers against Drunk Driving). MHF have more than 20 000 members covering the whole country organizing in local groups, working through local and national campaigns. Market surveys done in Sweden show that a great majority of the population support the main goal of MHF: Nobody should die due to drunk driving. MHF is currently leading a test project together with Swedish police, customs and coast guard to automatically test for alcohol all motorists arriving from the international ferries in the port of Stockholm, Sweden.
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