Instant release shark repellent Spray
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Product HighlightsRead below for highlights of our instant release shark repellent spray. You can find full product information in our product guide.
Once the semiochemicals are released into the water, a FLIGHT reaction is triggered in sharks, causing them to flee the area immediately. See for yourself: product testing video
Our product does not harm sharks, is composed of 100% biodegradable materials, and has no impact on other marine life such as fish and dolphins
Within seconds of deployment in the water, a 30-45 minute 1/4 Mile Safe zone is created.
After deployment, sharks will not come within at least a quarter mile, Our product has been scientifically proven effective on over 15 species of sharks.
“The repellent works and the sharks scatters in every direction. Unbelievable, I don’t see a shark anywhere. 15 seconds ago there were about three dozen sharks.”
“Holy Crap its working. The repellent obviously works. There is not a shark around us right now. There is absoutely nothing around us.”
“With 3 relentless sharks circling around the coral head my black grouper was rocked up in I got a chance to put the Sharktec shark deterrent to the test. Almost immediately they were all gone giving us the time to work the grouper out without having to watch our backs.”
“Excited by the scent of blood, a dozen sharks dart about in a frenzy as a researcher dips a pole in the sea and squirts out a clear, yellowish substance. Within seconds, the sharks jerk their snouts away and vanish.”
- A 5 year field trial on SharkTec’s technology proved to repel 2 species of sharks 100% of the time within 1 minute of local dispersion of our product.
- The findings were published in the scientific journal Ocean & Coastal Management.
- Published findings can be located here
- A government biologist working at NOAA has stated that our scientist partners deserve credit for developing a chemical shark repellent that works.
- The American Lifeguard Association has endorsed our repellent and the director of health and safety for the association is a strong advocate as well.
- Reported by Washington Post
- Reported by Key News
- Scientists estimated that if our semiochemicals are applied globally then 4,258,080 – 8,279,600 sharks a year will be saved.
- An Agency under the U.S. Department of Commerce released these findings in a report to Congress: NOAA Report