Continuous alcohol monitoring
SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring® is an innovative way of testing alcohol consumption over a set period of time. The alcohol testing bracelet allows for 24/7 testing through scientifically proven technology and is the first of its kind.
SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring® explained
How it works
The alcohol testing bracelet provides information on alcohol excreted through the skin every 30 minutes. Therefore, a pattern of use or sobriety can be identified over a set period of time (typically 30, 60 or 90 days). Whilst complete abstinence is unable to be confirmed, very low alcohol consumption can be determined. In comparison, a hair alcohol test is useful in showing a historic profile of an individual’s chronic excessive alcohol consumption over a period of months.
The SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring ® bracelet is also able to distinguish the difference between consumed alcohol and external environmental sources, such as the use of products containing alcohol. It also contains tamper-proof technology that can detect attempts of tampering or obstruction.
Every 30 days of the testing period, our experts prepare a report detailing the alcohol consumption events or any attempts to tamper or obstruct the bracelet.
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