Marking RDD Device (5 Pack)
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Product ID : Marking RDD Device (5 Pack)
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  • Description
  • How To Load Marking Media

Marking RDD Devices are designed solely to put a visible mark on the animal. The marking media is traditionally not recommended to be greater than 4 cc. In fact, amounts of 2 cc marking media have succeeded for many customers’ “in-the-field” applications. (standard volume is 2 cc.) Note: We do not provide the marking media used in our RDD Devices.

How They Work

Our Marking RDD Devices contain a compartment that is allocated to the marking media.

The marking media compartment contains a plunger and internal ignition system. The ignition system activates upon impact, simultaneously forcing the plunger within the device's body compartment, applying an external mark on the animal. 

How To Add Marking Media

Located on the RDD Device body, there are four 5/32” marking media ejection ports. Note: In a ready-to-load condition, these ports are sealed with our unique marking media membrane seal.

Step By Step

  • Using a syringe needle, insert needle into 5/32” hole and pull the marking media seal (rubber plunger) towards the front of the device. The seal will slide forward, allowing you to insert your needle easily behind it. (see Media Loading Image - Img. 1)
  • The marking media seal is tapered towards the rear, thus you will now have an easier time inserting your syringe needle. With the media-filled syringe now directed (pointed) toward the tail of the device, inject the marking media into the marking media chamber. (see Media Loading Image - Img. 2)
  • Reverse the process outlined above in step one. Using your needle, push the media seal towards the rear of the RDD Device to close up the rear marking media chamber. (see Media Loading Image - Img. 3)