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The Nebraska Office of Highway Safety (NOHS) provides breath alcohol testing supplies for preliminary breath testers (PBTs) and evidentiary breath testing units to assist Nebraska law enforcement agencies in their alcohol enforcement efforts. The breath alcohol testing supplies, consisting of mouthpieces for preliminary and evidentiary instruments, are provided at no cost to Nebraska law enforcement agencies.

Click here to access the order form for breath alcohol supplies. This form contains interactive fields.


Dry gas cylinders used to calibrate preliminary breath testing instruments are available to Nebraska law enforcement agencies.
Prior to placing an order law enforcement agencies are REQUIRED to submit a "Request For Approval To Order Dry Gas Cylinders" to the NOHS. The NOHS will provide funding only to those law enforcement agencies requesting permission prior to ordering dry gas cylinders. 

Upon receiving NOHS approval law enforcement agencies may order the cylinder, have it shipped to their location and billed to the NOHS. 

IMPORTANT: Upon receipt of the dry gas cylinder complete the following as proof of delivery: 

  • Stamp date received and sign or initial packing slip.

  • Fax (402-471-3865) or email Paul Letcher ( a copy of the packing slip.

  • If packing slip is unavailable, provided a signed affidavit stating receipt of cylinder by agency.

Click here to access the "Request For Approval To Order Dry Gas Cylinders" form. This form contains interactive fields.

NOHS has a limited supply of wet bath alcohol simulators with the digital readout.  Solution for the simulators must be ordered by the individual agencies.

If you having any questions regarding alcohol testing supplies, contact Traffic Safety Specialist Paul Letcher by clicking here.