First Defense® OC Aerosol Inert Training

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The First Defense® Inert formulation provides the same functionality and targeting properties as active product duplicating the delivery system for training purposes. This inert aerosol product utilizes a gel delivery method providing a target-specific gel stream. 360є stream delivery method option allowing the aerosol projector to disperse OC from any angle.


• MK-3 will deliver 10-12 short bursts of OC at an effective range of 10-12 ft
• MK-4 will deliver 15 short bursts of inert formula at an effective range of 10-12 ft
• MK-9 will deliver 24 short bursts of inert formulation at an effective range of 18-20 ft

Non-flammable / Electronic Discharge Weapon (EDW) safe
 

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The First Defense® Inert formulation provides the same functionality and targeting properties as active product duplicating the delivery system for training purposes. This inert aerosol product utilizes a gel delivery method providing a target-specific gel stream. 360є stream delivery method option allowing the aerosol projector to disperse OC from any angle.


• MK-3 will deliver 10-12 short bursts of OC at an effective range of 10-12 ft
• MK-4 will deliver 15 short bursts of inert formula at an effective range of 10-12 ft
• MK-9 will deliver 24 short bursts of inert formulation at an effective range of 18-20 ft

Non-flammable / Electronic Discharge Weapon (EDW) safe
 

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• The green canister represents the inert training units which duplicate the delivery system for live products
• Formulation has been tested and is non-flammable and Electronic Discharge Weapon (EDW) safe
• Produced in an ISO rated manufacturing facility
• All Major Capsaicinoid percentages (MC%) are verified by an Independent Laboratory for quality assurance

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FIRST AID FOR OC/CS

I. GENERAL:

  1. Remove affected person from the contaminated area to an open, upwind position.
  2. Keep subject calm and restrict activity.
  3. Most subjects will be well on their way to total recovery 45 minutes after first aid begins.

II. EYES: Intense burning sensation, temporary inflammation of the tissues around the eyes, causing involuntary closure.

  1. Wash eyes out with large amounts of cool water.
  2. DO NOT allow the subject to rub their eyes or face. If the need arises to use a paper towel, use a blotting motion and discard after one use.
  3. Find out if subject is wearing contact lenses. If so, allow them to remove the lenses or call EMS to remove them. DO NOT attempt to remove unless medically trained to do so. Contacts may become contaminated and may need to be discarded.
  4. Keep eyes open facing wind.
  5. Tearing helps clear the eyes.

III. NOSE: Irritation, burning sensation, nasal discharge.

  1. Breathe normally.
  2. Blow nose to remove discharge and particulates.

IV.SKIN: Burning sensation on affected skin areas. Redness may occur on fair-skinned individuals.

  1. DO NOT apply creams, salves, oils, lotions or burn cream as they will only trap the agent on the skin.
  2. Flush the subject’s skin with large amounts of cool water and expose the subject to fresh air.
  3. Further relief may be gained by showering with cool water using mild soap and shampooing hair. Wash thoroughly, rinsing often to manage any contaminated water on your body.

V. CHEST: Irritation, burning sensation, coughing, the sensation of shortness of breath, tightness in chest, often accompanied by a feeling of panic.

  1. Subject should relax and keep calm.
  2. Talking reassuringly to the subject may help to relieve their discomfort and prevent panic.

NOTE: If at any point the subject states or appears that they are in medical distress, immediately contact the EMS or a Medical Service Unit.

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AREA DECONTAMINATION FOR OC/CS

STEP 1: Ventilate the building to remove airborne CS. Open all doors and windows that weather permits. The sooner this can be done, the better. If fans can be placed to increase ventilation, this will help. Remove spent chemical agent casings immediately as they are heavily contaminated. Remove all contents for separate decontamination.

STEP 2: If CS powder was used, a commercial water vacuum cleaner should be used to trap the powder. Wet clean where possible, using commercially available detergents like Dawn or Simple Green.

STEP 3: Shut all doors and windows and heat the building as hot as is practical (at least four hours at a minimum of 95° F (35°C). Open a window at each end of the building. Place a fan blowing to the outside at one of the openings. Continue to heat the building. This vaporizes much of the CS and carries it out of the building.

STEP 4: Surfaces which will not be damaged can be decontaminated with a 5% solution of baking soda (sodium bicarbonate).

STEP 5: Dry cleaning is suggested for decontaminating clothing and other fabrics. More than one treatment may be necessary.

STEP 6: Exposed foods will absorb CS and should be discarded. CS penetrates many plastics, so wrapped foods will probably be contaminated. Foods in cans may be usable after the outside of the cans have been thoroughly cleaned. Always check with the local health department regarding the sale of merchandise that has been exposed to chemical agents.

NOTE: Rubber gloves and a gauze face mask should be u

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What is the difference between SHUs and MC%?

  • Defense Technology® no longer recognizes Scoville Heat Units (SHUs) as a viable means to measure pungency in regards to pepper spray.
  • Scoville Heat Units are a subjective measurement system dating back to the American Spice Trade. For years SHUs have been used as a measuring system within the pepper spray industry, resulting in confusion and a lack of confidence and consistency regarding the pungency and percentage of OC formulations.
  • High Performance Liquid Chromatography or HPLC, is the only true way to measure the heat of a formulation. It is a scientific method and ensures consistency. This is the standard used by Defense Technology®. The finished Defense Technology® OC formulations are tested at an independent laboratory tested for the exact percentage of major capsaicinoids (MC%).