FREEZE + P NF
Introduced at The Florida Police Chiefs Association
Summer Conference July 2016
After more than three years of testing of alternative solvents and propellants Aerko International Introduces Freeze + P NF and PunchII NF

No Flammable Ingredients No Green House Gasses
No Carcinogens or dangerous Ingredients
Holds a better Stream Sprays Upside Down
Available with Burst Top, Flip Top or Open Top

Aerko International has been manufacturing Aerosol Irritant Projectors and Pepper Sprays for over 40 years. Freeze+P CS/OC Blend was first used by Law Enforcement in 1988. With introduction of Tasers, the issue of the possible ignition of the hydrocarbon propellant Freeze+P 2K3 was added to the product line. The 2K3 formulas use Dymel 134A as the propellant. 134A is a non-flammable aerosol propellant originally developed for asthmatics inhalers, so there are no health concerns.

Several years ago Dymel 134A was determined to be a greenhouse gas. Development began or alternative non-flammable gasses. Aerko began experiments with HFO 1234ze in 2012 and Alternative solvents in 2013. Freeze+P NF and PunchII NF are the Results of that Testing. Dymel 134A was discontinued buy EPA effective July 20, 2016

FAQ about 2K3 verses New Formula

1. Question: Are Freeze+P 2K3 and PunchII 2K3 Discontinued?

Answer: EPA allows for continued use of any products made before July 2016 as unlimited time sell through and use. 2K3 products are available for a limited time based on available inventory manufactured prior to July 20, 2016

2. Question: Do we need to replace our sprays right away>

Answer: No, EPA allows for made products be used. There is no need to make any immediate change.

3. Question: Are samples of the New Formula available

Answer: YES, Freeze+P NF and PunchII NF are ready for your evaluation, Contact us at 800.565.8475 or www.aerko.com

4. Question: Are sprays made with Dymel 134A hazardous to the health of people we spray?

Answer: NO. All issues with Dymel 134A are about its potential to contribute to air pollution and the Greenhouse effect theory.

5. Question: Why use liquified gasses for propellant instead of nitrogen or carbon dioxide?

Answer: Liquified gasses are less effected by temperatures than compressed gasses so they work better in cold weather. Aerosols using compressed gas like nitrogen or carbon dioxide use internal pressure as the can is used, resulting in diminished ballistic characteristics.