Fast-Act CBRN and Hazmat First Response

Contain, neutralise and decontaminate
chemical hazards with FAST-ACT

Jactone is delighted to partner with FAST-ACT® as the UK distributor of the FAST-ACT® range

FAST-ACT® is US-manufactured, military-grade equipment that immediately decontaminates, contains, and neutralises Chemical Warfare Agents (CWAs), Toxic Industrial Chemicals and Toxic Industrial Materials safely and in a single response tool.

FAST-ACT products have over 20 years of deployment with U.S. DoD, Global Militaries and Hazmat Teams. The broad range of utility makes FAST-ACT a unique asset against chemical threats.

The FAST-ACT patented formulation is non-flammable, non-corrosive, eco-friendly, and significantly reduces liquid and vapour threats. The dry powder formulation neutralises liquid and vapour threats upon contact, reducing the local incident management and clean-up times.

For further information on FAST-ACT call us on +44 (0)1902 357777 or email

Fast-Act Benefits

The main advantages of FAST-ACT

Effective against a broad array of chemicals
Including acids, organic compounds, chemical warfare agents, and more.

Neutralises both liquid and vapor hazards

Rapid-acting upon contact
Neutralisation efficacy greater than 95% is achieved for most toxic chemicals within two minutes.

Dry powder formulation
Facilitates transportation/storage and can be used in any environmental conditions.

Easy to operate delivery systems
No premixing or special training required.

Fast-Act Applications

Who is FAST-ACT for

FAST-ACT® is already used in multiple markets on a global basis by a wide range of entities. These include:

• Hazmat First Responders • Fire and Rescue Services • Ambulance Services
• Police Departments • Civil Defence and Special Forces Groups
• CBRNE military personnel and units
• Pharmaceutical Companies and other Laboratories
• Industrial, Commercial, Environmental and Health and Safety organisations

Fast-Act Testing

FAST-ACT Testing & Verification

FAST-ACT® has been tested and verified by several independent third-party laboratories / organisations, including the following:

• Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) – Netherlands
• United States Army Soldier and Biological Chemical Command (SBCCOM) – Including Edgewood Chemical Biological Centre.
• MPI Research
• U.S. Army Public Health Centre (APHC)
• Lloyds Register (Global Technology Centre)
• Coal Mines Technical Services – Australia
• Battelle
• Nelson Laboratories

Specific test details of noteFAST-ACT technology has been tested by Battelle and SBCCOM to validate the formulation’s ability to remove chemical warfare agents from surfaces. It has been proven that FAST-ACT, within 90 seconds, removes over 99.99% of HD and VX and over 99.6% (detection limit) of GD. FAST-ACT immediately neutralises, adsorbs, or contains on contact without harming the environment – the product is non-toxic, non-corrosive, and non-flammable.

Fast-Act Product Range

The FAST-ACT range

FAST-ACT Components
FAST-ACT is available in a variety of delivery mechanisms or components that all hold NATO Stock Numbers (NSN). Additionally, some components hold CE / UKCA certification. These include pressurised cylinders and mitts.

The benefits of FAST-ACT are firstly available from the individually supplied components. However, in some instances, specialist users will benefit from the pre-defined kits that are also available.

Since different end users will require different FAST-ACT components and quantities, FAST-ACT is also available in clearly defined FAST-ACT Kits. The kits enable specialist user groups to have access to specific operational systems, with their unique component combinations and quantities.

To discuss the FAST-ACT product range and how this unique solution can fit into your working environment or tackle your specific contamination risks, contact us on +44 (0)1902 357777 or email

Helping you stay safe today and tomorrow