Explosives - Odor Getxent tubes
Explosives - Odor Getxent tubes
Explosives - Odor Getxent tubes

Explosives - Odor Getxent tubes

Explosives - Odor Getxent tubes

Pack of 10 tubes
150+ uses / 100% real explosives odor / Odor 100% accurate / No-pseudo
Approved by: Air Force, Army, Marines, global security providers, law enforcement agencies
Explosive odor

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Training aids for detection dog

Do you want to train your dog on real explosive odor? It is now possible for 20+ odors of explosives and allows you to train with your favorite training aid even if you don’t have access to the target material. 

The odor Getxent tube provides a safe and effective way to train detection dogs in real-world conditions. These odor Getxent tubes release the selected scent accurately and continuously for up to six months, allowing for long-term training.


Getxent tubes, a patented technology of Polymer Odor Capture and Release.


Pack of 10 Getxent tubes already impregnated seven days with 5g of pure explosive.

Key features

  • Effective for training detection dogs in real-world conditions
  • Releases odor molecules accurately and continuously for up to 6 months
  • Wide range of target odors available for detection dog training from imprinting to operational detection 
  • Patented technology based on an innovative polymer 


  • 10x Getxent tube ready to use with your target odor in it
  • Tube dimensions: 8x35 mm / 0.3x1.4 in.
  • Tube weight: 0.93 g / 0.002 lbs
  • Shelf life: 6 months

Shipping and delivery

For odor tubes references not in stock (inventory on the way), please allow three to four weeks for shipping.


Explosives detection dogs, also known as bomb detection dogs or explosive detection canines, are trained to detect the presence of explosives or explosive-related materials:

  • Airport Security: Explosives detection dogs are commonly employed at airports to screen passengers, luggage, and cargo for the presence of explosives. Their ability to quickly and accurately detect explosive materials enhances security measures and helps prevent potential acts of terrorism.
  • Public Events and Venues: Explosives detection dogs are deployed at large public gatherings, sporting events, concerts, and other venues where there is a potential risk of terrorist activities. These dogs assist in sweeping areas for explosive threats before events to ensure the safety of attendees.
  • Transportation Security: Dogs trained to detect explosives are used in various modes of transportation, including train stations, bus terminals, and maritime ports. They help screen cargo, vehicles, and passengers, contributing to the overall security of transportation systems.
  • Law Enforcement Operations: Explosives detection dogs support law enforcement agencies in their efforts to prevent and respond to potential threats. This includes searching buildings, vehicles, and public spaces for hidden explosive devices during investigations or security operations.
  • Military and Defense: In military and defense settings, explosive detection dogs are valuable assets for detecting improvised explosive devices (IEDs) and other explosive threats. These dogs may accompany military personnel in combat zones or assist in securing military installations.
  • Critical Infrastructure Protection: Explosives detection dogs are used to safeguard critical infrastructure such as power plants, government buildings, and sensitive facilities. Regular sweeps by these dogs help ensure that these locations are free from explosive threats.
  • VIP Protection: Explosives detection dogs may be employed to provide security for high-profile individuals, including politicians, diplomats, or celebrities. These dogs help ensure the safety of VIPs by screening venues and surroundings for potential explosive threats.



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