About Us:

  • We are a private limited company established in the year 2006 in mumbai . We have been providing electronic security equipment to some of our country's largest corporates and government agencies.
  • We currently have branches in Maharashtra , Karnataka and Kerala.
  • We have a wide range of Self defense products for the end users and are in the process of setting up an all india distribution network for our products.
  • We aim to be the largest provider for self defense equipment in the country

About Pepper Sprays:

Effects of Pepper Spray:

  • Pepper Spray units are ideally used to arm civilians/security personnel with "Less Than Lethal" equipment.
  • When sprayed with COBRA Pepper Spray, the immediate effect is of severe burning sensation in the eyes (thus shutting them), MUCUS membrane inside the nasal cavity, and the (Facial) skin.
  • The spray also causes severe bouts of coughing and sneezing.
  • Over all, it incapacitates the person(s) for a period of up to 30-45 minutes.
  • All effects of the spray are temporary. the complete effect wears off after 2 – 3 hours with no known side effects or any permanent injury, scars.

About Pepper Sprays :

Pepper spray, also known as OC spray (from "Oleoresin Capsicum"), is a lachrymatory agent (a chemical compound that irritates the eyes to cause tears, pain, and even temporary blindness) that is used in riot control, crowd control, and personal self-defense, including defense against dogs and bears.

Although considered a non-lethal agent, it may be deadly in very rare cases.

The active ingredient in pepper spray is capsaicin, which is a chemical derived from the fruit of plants in the Capsicum genus, including chilis. Extraction of oleoresin capsicum from peppers involves finely ground capsicum, from which capsaicin is extracted in an organic solvent such as ethanol. The solvent is then evaporated, and the remaining waxlike resin is the oleoresin capsicum. An emulsifier such as propylene glycol is used to suspend the OC and pressurized to make it aerosol in pepper spray.

Pepper spray typically comes in canisters, which are often small enough to be carried or concealed in a pocket or purse. There are also pepper spray projectiles available, which can be fired from a paintball gun. It has been used for years against demonstrators.

About OC (Oleoresin Capsicum)

OC is the latest technology in defense spray compounds. When an aggressor is sprayed with OC, two things happen instantly. The first thing that happens is the attacker's eyes slam shut fast and hard. If the aggressor manages to forces their eyes open they will still be unable to see as the OC dilates the capillaries causing temporary blindness. At the same time the aggressor is thrown into an immediate and uncontrollable cough that causes the attacker to double over. Breathing is restricted to all but a life supporting minimum. The intense burning sensation caused by OC disorients the attacker and makes them no longer able to continue with any aggression. A police trainer was quoted as saying "It's like being hit with a flame thrower!". The effects will generally last 30-45 minutes. The American Security Institute recommends a defense spray containing OC in any formulation and concentration for self defense by law enforcement and civilians.

What do the different types of dispersion patterns mean? / How the Different Spray Patterns Work

  • Cone - Best all around spray that will cover a large circular pattern
  • Stream - Best for indoor/outdoor and direct contact with great distance
  • Foam - Best outdoor spray with great penetration through windy environments
  • Fog - Best for outdoor use with multiple target capability

Cone (sometimes called Forced Cone) :

This is a fine mist that comes out in a forceful spray pattern. Spray Distances range normally 8 feet. There is only a minor risk of blow back with this spray pattern. Blow back is when, usually due to a strong wind, the defense spray is carried back into your direction. Even when blow back occurs, the effects are normally minimal to you as you are not suffering from a direct hit. The spray pattern is very effective even when minor blow back occurs. This is an excellent choice for open areas where there is little or light breeze.

Stream (sometimes called Broken Stream) :

This is the most widely distributed type of dispersion pattern and is highly effective. This pattern is ideal for hitting multiple attackers and hitting your mark even in tight places or through a partially opened car window. Blow back is almost unheard of with this spray pattern except during the strongest of wind. This spray pattern also provides the heaviest blast of pepper to the assailant (cans will empty faster). Excellent choice for general defensive use. Extremely effective.

Foam :

Not only does this spray pattern offer some of the best blow back protection, but it will also prove very useful even when the attacker is wearing glasses. It is dispersed with a consistency similar to shaving cream so even if the attacker is wearing glasses it will effectively blind them. As it is extremely sticky, the aggressor will most likely have to remove the glasses allowing for a second shot right in the eyes! The aggressor may attempt to wipe the foam off but due to the sticky nature they will simply rub the pepper deeper into their pores and eyes. Very effective.

Fogger :

This spray pattern is ideal for multiple attackers, crowd control, and home use. Forms a cloud of pepper that will incapacitate anyone in its area.

The status of pepper spray around the world

  • Australia - the law varies around the country.
  • Belgium - only police are allowed to carry them. Otherwise, it is a prohibited weapon.
  • Canada - police use them. Nobody else. Certain regulations for protection from animals.
  • Czech Republic - not classed as a weapon. People can legally buy it.
  • Denmark - used by police. Banned for private citizens.
  • Finland - requires a license.
  • Germany - allowed by private citizens for defense against animals.
  • Hungary - used by police. Private citizens may carry 20 gram canisters.
  • Hong Kong - classed as a firearm. License required.
  • Iceland - used by police. Banned otherwise.
  • India - no licence required. Sold through state-approved companies. Background checks made.
  • Iran - used by police. Banned for use by the general public.
  • Iraq - carried by US military guards working in detainee operations.
  • Italy - illegal without a proper permit. Some limited products were approved this year.
  • Latvia - spray can be freely bought by over 16-year-olds.
  • New Zealand - police use them. Private citizens need a permit which is obtained from the police.
  • Norway - used by police, nobody else.
  • Poland - freely available for citizens aged 18+ years.
  • Philippines - freely available in stores.
  • Republic of Ireland - used by police. Serious offense for anybody else.
  • Romania - freely available.
  • Russia - freely available for over 18s.
  • Slovakia - freely available for over 18s.
  • South Korea - spray is legal, gun-type devices require a license.
  • Spain - available to over 18s (only 5% concentration)
  • Sweden - police use them, private citizens need a license.
  • Switzerland - freely available.
  • the Netherlands - only specially trained police allowed to use them.
  • United Kingdom - classed as a weapon. Nobody allowed to use them without permission from the Home Secretary.
  • USA - laws vary from state to state.
  • Brazil - only police and certified private security agents can use them.