Venom Defender Body Protector Conditions
The Venom Defender Body Protector is intended as an extra line of security and should not be taken as a substitute of good handling techniques. Although not guaranteed to be puncture proof these Venom Defender Products are highly puncture resistant. These are effectively used against puncture wounds. Trusted by many zoo and aquarium experts around the world.
Each and every person wanting to use these products for such dangerous activities such as handling venomous snakes, stingrays or other animals which can cause injury by means of venom and poison must do so on the understanding that they are fully responsible for their own actions. The handling of venomous snakes, stingrays or other animals which can cause injury by means of venom and poison should only ever be attempted by a trained expert.
Wear & tear is not an option, especially when handling venomous snakes, stingrays or other animals which can cause injury by means of venom and poison. When these products are damaged we strongly recommend that these should be replaced.
The Venom Defender Body Protector is ultimately not designed for this purpose and service life cannot be specified as this depends on application and responsibility of the user to ascertain suitability of the product for its intended use.
2 and 3 Layers of high performance SuperFabric® brand material technology – engineered to provide the highest level of needle-, and cut protection available on the market.
Protection areas of the Body Protector include the whole Apron.
The Body Protector should be stored in dry conditions in its original package.
When these products are stored as recommended these will not suffer change in mechanical properties for up to 5 years from the date of manufacture.
The Venom Defender Body Protector is machine washable at 30c and will dry within 6 hours. It is not waterproof.
The Venom Defender Body Protector should only ever be used as a secondary protection against stingray barbs as a direct hit may be delivered with a significant force from the tail that could lead to a puncture of these products.