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SciK9 is proud to introduce our first commercial product, the Training Aid Delivery Device!​ Created for the US Army and designed by canine trainers and scientists, the TADD can bring your canine training to the next level.

 

Design considerations ensure that all components of the TADD are:

  • NASA Outgassing Compliant* to be extremely low odor, so the only scent you train your dog on is the training aid

  • Inert and highly compatible with most training aids

  • Rugged enough for daily use and training

  • Cleaned according to EPA standard methods

  • Capable of being decontaminated and deodorized of human scent or environmental odors

JAR:

  • Glass or Plastic material available.

  • 3 Sizes Available*:

    • Small​

    • Medium

    • Large

  • ​*Note: Large plastic jars are currently not in stock.

  • Transparent - Allows you to keep a visual on your training aids to ensure they are not decomposing or crystallizing

ODOR PERMEABLE MEMBRANE:

  • Comprised of a gas-tight chemical-resistant gasket, hydrophobic and oleophobic membrane, and a custom polypropylene membrane holder with a safety grid to prevent membrane puncture.

  • Safely contains liquids, oils, solids, small particulate, and hazmat

 

​GAS-TIGHT LID:

  • Comprised of a gas-tight chemical-resistant polypropylene lid.

Comparison of the TADD to Current Training Aid Containment

TADD Photos

*All materials pass the NASA low outgassing test (ASTM E595). Developed by NASA to screen low outgassing materials for use in spacecraft, the test determines the volatile content of material samples placed in a heated vacuum chamber. If the collected volatile condensable materials (CVCM) is < 0.1 % and total mass lost (TML) is <1 %, then the material passes the NASA criteria for low-outgassing.

TADD EXPERIMENT VIDEOS

TADD TEST RESULTS

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