2,454,116 Shares Outstanding
Lifeloc's current float stands at 192,580 according to my calculations (Lowest public float of all marijuana/cannabis stocks
+ in the lowest 20 floats of all
US based publicly traded companies) Total assets $8,028,098
CASH, END OF PERIOD $3,383,541 “As marijuana legalization spreads across the country and the world, the need to get rapid and reliable testing methods to law enforcement officers will only increase. Providing this technology is consistent with Lifeloc’s corporate mission to make our roads and workplaces safer,” said Dr. Wayne Willkomm, CEO of Lifeloc Technologies. Feasibility of detection has already been demonstrated for very low levels of delta-9-THC (the primary psychoactive agent of marijuana), cocaine, and methamphetamine. Dr. Willkomm commented, “It is an exciting time to be at Lifeloc. We are well positioned for growth and I look forward to building the business through an increasingly effective alcohol and drug detection product pipeline.”
Lifeloc is expanding its product portfolio into “near and remote sensing” opportunities outside of alcohol testing. In September 2014 the company received an award of $250,000 from the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade for the continued development of a THC breathalyzer for detection of the psychoactive compound in Marijuana which causes impairment.
Lifeloc has previously introduced our efforts in THC breath detection, more commonly referred to as a marijuana breathalyzer. We are taking our core competency in designing and building rugged, portable, real-time analytical devices and leveraging that with trace compound detection technology from the U.S. Naval Research Laboratories. This work is being accelerated by a $250,000 grant from the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade to match certain R&D expenditures on this marijuana breathalyzer. Thus far, we have demonstrated the sensitivity to detect extremely small amounts of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (delta-9-THC), the main psychoactive ingredient in marijuana, under perfect conditions in the laboratory. Work continues to develop this capability in a portable device and under real world conditions with interfering components as present in a breath sample.
Marijuana/cannabis related products offered by Lifeloc.
Drug screening products:
We offer a full line of drugs of abuse (DOA) testing products including saliva tests, collection cups, test cups, dip cards, adulteration strips, bluing tablets and other testing supplies.
Marijuana and the workplace online drug training course
Cannabis impairment goggles
Drug and alcohol policy guidance
Substance abuse professionals
Drug and alcohol employee awareness course
Development work continues on the real time, quantitative analysis for a panel of drugs including THC utilizing the SpinDx™ technology licensed from Sandia Corporation and the closely related THC breathalyzer. This work has demonstrated the detection of very low quantities of THC, but more work is needed to reduce this to a practical device. The Lifeloc commitment to innovation remains as strong as ever.”
- The marijuana breathalyzer took a step closer to realization with the detection of delta-9-THC (the psychoactive agent) captured from a vapor sample. The ability of our technology to detect delta-9-THC down to a concentration of 5 nanograms per milliliter has been demonstrated in our laboratories. Detection is accomplished through the SpinDx technology, licensed exclusively by Lifeloc Technologies for drugs of abuse from Sandia National Laboratory. More work is needed to convert this technology into a simple-to-operate device suitable for roadside testing. The next step is human testing of the collection and detection mechanism.