FREEZE+ P hand held chemical agents utilize a unique combination of extremely effective Orthochlorobenzalmalonitrile (CS) and Oleoresin Capsicum (OC) creating the most intense, incapacitating agent available today.
Clear Out Command Pak
Accessory items designed for the CLEAR OUT weapons system.
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Clear Out Auto-Ejector
Auto-Ejector is one of the configurations in the Clear-Out equipment system.
Deep Punch II
“DEEP PUNCH II” is primarily intended to be used during correctional disturbances or in crowd control situation when great flexibility is desired.
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Aerko International invented the tactical aerosol grenade for use against barricaded subjects in 1983.
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How Hot is Hot?
With the proliferation of over 40 pepper sprays in the last two years the questions “What’s OC?” and “How Hot is it?”, seem to be asked by someone daily.
Feelin’ Hot Hot Hot!
As you know Aerko International has been known as “The Innovators” in the field of Aerosol Weapons Systems. At the request of Law Enforcement and Corrections we’ve developed and manufactured products to meet specific needs and wants.
The Shelf Life Shuffle
To suggest that anything will last forever is just not realistic. A trip to the grocery store will confirm this. Everything, not just the milk and the eggs, but cans of beans, containers of Pam, bottles of aspirin all will have a “use before” date.
Cold Weather Tests
Tests were recently conducted at the Aerko Factory to determine the effects of cold weather on Freeze and Punch aerosol weapons.
Helen Taylor Dallett – April 2016
Helen Taylor Dallett was born in Newburg, NY on February 11, 1931. She met Michael F Dallett IV, the true love of her life, while he was stationed at West Point Military Academy. They married in 1950 in the West Point Chapel. They were married for 65 years, Michael died in November 2015. Part of a generation of women that typically did not work outside of the home Helen was a strong businesswoman. She and Michael had a business, Aerko International in Oakland Park, which is still operated by family today. They traveled extensively. They once flew to Seattle and bought a car and drove back to Florida stopping along the way to see what ever struck their fancy. She missed Michael terribly since his death and that they are together again is a comfort to the family. Helen is preceded in death by her parents, her brother Jack and sister Katherine and her husband Michael. She is survived by her sister Jinx Siegfried of Newburg, NY and daughters Shaune (Dennis) Blevins of Nashville TN, Layne (Mark) Walls of Oakland Park, Nedia (William) Hicks of Marietta GA, sons Michael (Sandy) Dallett V of Milton FL, and Kevin (Jill) Dallett of Ft Lauderdale. She is also survived by his 12 grandchildren Julie (Jim), Aaron (Ami), Ryan (Katherine), Mark (Kelly), Jordan (Carolina), Mark (Kim), Carolyn (Ben), Anna Beth, Amanda, Michael VI, Taylor (Brennan) and Matthew, 5 great grandchildren and four nieces and three nephews. A memorial service will be held Saturday, April 9th at Baird Case Funeral Home, 4343 N Federal Highway, Ft Lauderdale, FL 33308 at 2 PM. In lieu of flowers please donate to The Oakland Park Kiwanis Foundation Backpack feeding program or the American Cancer Society . Please send donations c/o Walls,1921 NE 41 Street, Oakland Park FL 33308.