What is the Urinator?
The Urinator is probably the oldest know urine delivery device on the market, for over 20 years this product has been the most trusted electronic urine testing device from the makers at IRT. The Urinator has been defined as “The Ultimate” and is definitely considered the #1 Testing device in the entire world for protecting against genetic discrimination.
The Urinator is a one of a kind because no other product on the market can work at it’s level. Unlike other products that use hand warmers to maintain the temperature, the urinator has a built in heating system that actually maintains the synthetic urine at body correct body temperature. Why doesn’t it use hand warmers? Hand Warmers are not consistent when it comes to keeping temperature.
What is Genetic Discrimination?
In 2008, a federal law called the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) was passed, outlawing genetic discrimination related to employment or health insurance. Genetic discrimination is actually a serious issues, though not much media attention is paid to it, various law suits are happening all over the USA against companies and school for discriminating against people for their genetic makeup. Colman Chadam for example has been allowed to return to his middle school after officials tried to ordered him to transfer out because of his genetic makeup.
How does the Urinator work?
It’s very simple to use, prepare the synthetic urine and inject it into the hold bag using the included liquid syringe, It’s suggest you have you synthetic urine warm before injecting it into the urinator to save battery life. Once that is done you’ll need two Duracell 9 volt Batteries to power the urinator.
Once the batteries are connected the built in temperature gauge in the urine pouch monitors the temperature to keep it at 98.6 degrees, if the temperature drop below that, then the heat pad on the bag turns on and warms the urine to correct temperature. With one set of Duracell 9 volt Batteries the urinator can maintain body temperature for minimum of four hours.