Activator- Note that the use of the Heat Activator is
optional; its sole purpose is to heat the solution to near
body temperature. Therefore if prior to submitting your
sample, you notice that the solution temperature is already
within the proper temperature range of 92°F to 98°F
(indicated in green) then you may skip Heat Activator step and
move on to step 6.
If or when concealing the Mixing Container, never place the
Container’s temperature strip next to or against your skin
as this may lead to a false temperature reading!
easy pouring; verify
that the Heat Activator content is in a "loose" or
"free flowing" granular form. If the granules are in
a solid partially solid form, simply tap the vial against a
hard surface, this break down any clumps and bring the Heat
Activator back to it’s original granular form.
principle behind the Heat Activator is: The
lower the temperature of the solution = the more Heat
Activator will be needed. However be very cautious as to
the amount of heat activator used, you must avoid overheating
to the amount of heat activator needed: If you do not see
any temperature indication on the strip, this means your
sample temperature is below 88°F. In this case we recommend
that you carefully add 1/3 of the Heat Activator into the
clean urine Mixing Container.
temperature on the strip indicates a solution temperature of
88°F to 92°F then we recommend that you only add 1/4 of the
Heat Activator into the Mixing Container.
Adding an excessive amount of Heat Activator may overheat the
clean urine solution; very rarely one will need to use more than 1/2 of
the Heat Activator without overheating the solution! If the
temperature of the solution rises above 98°F, let it cool
down by laying the Mixing Container on the coldest surface
available with temperature strip facing up. Wait until the
temperature drops back down within the recommended range of 92°F
to 98°F (indicated in green).