PelGar’s modified Fullers Earth based CBRN decontamination products have been used by the British Military for over 75 years. Together with a unique chemical agent decontaminant for vehicle use they form the backbone of tried and trusted personal, equipment and vehicle decontamination for military and security forces around the world.
The NATO registered Fullers Earth decontamination products can be used for any CBRN incident, including VX nerve agents, TIM and chemical spills and provide decontamination by immediate absorption of any chemical and bodily fluid contaminants from surfaces, skin, clothing, footwear etc. The product can be deployed in under ten seconds, is non-flammable and can be used on open wounds.
The DKP1 MK3 sachet kit contains four double sewn sachets each containing 20g of modified Fullers Earth. These are easy to use for personal decontamination even when wearing gloves – simply rip open the outer, insert two fingers in the sachet and apply using the famous BLOT-BANG-RUB method.
The DKP2 94g puffer bottle can be used on larger surfaces and is ideal for the decontamination of shoes, boots, helmets and other equipment which may have come into contact with the contaminant. Larger 500g and 3.85kg volumes are supplied for use in other areas including foot shuffle boards to create a decontamination zone.
Developed in conjunction with the UK military the NATO registered Chemical Agent Decontaminant No1 Mk2 (CAD) kit comprises three chemical components which, when mixed and dissolved in water, provide a chlorine based solution for pump spraying that will neutralise chemical warfare agents on vehicles and service equipment. This includes GA (Tabun), GB (Sarin), GD (Soman), GF (Cyclosarin), VX (Venomous agent X), HD (Distilled Mustard) and L (Lewisite) chemical warfare agents.
PelGar International is a UK based biocides chemical manufacturer serving the global market. These products are available on a general export licence. PelGar also produces a range of military insect repellents for skin and textile-based protection.