Charged Fluid Stream Technology (“CFST” ).
Introducing the SNAKE to many law enforcement agencies – all of which showed great interest.
Technical differences of CFST :
11.5 mA vs. 2.1 mA
116.000 PPS in 2.5 sec vs 19 PPS in 5 seconds
•Due to controversy over Taser technology, this is the right time for a competitor with superior technology and products become the market leader.
Available options are:
Efficiency in the Field:
Below are the percentages of situations resolved successfully by law enforcement agencies:
Pepper Gas 6%
Hand Gun 30%
Dogs (special cases) 60%
Taser / Electric Weapons 90%+
At first glance you can see that the law enforcement agencies need a different option that the stun gun!
But this option should be non-lethal and is not subject to abuse it!
Disadvantages on Less Than Lethal Products:
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Advantages on less lethal weapons
First Line of Defense Laser Sight Tangible Sensation and Full Control Shot with Quick Recharge
Equipments under development
Between other equipments in Development process we introduce a projectile caliber 37/40mm, “SNAKE MK II”, which can be used in a military and police grenade Launcher, currently in use for multiple applications in crowd control situations. It has the same effect of the original Snake
The Patent Office U.S. AA has awarded the company a patent for broad coverage that includes over 20 separate records, which detail the method of launching a steady stream of electrically charged fluid to incapacitate a target biological and mechanical components such as the chambers of gas under pressure, the pneumatic system, the cartridge body, the ignition system, the nozzle of the liquid dispersion and the pistons.