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Protective fabrics for dog trainers

K9 fabric is primarily used for the production of protective clothing and training sleeves for cynology instructors. It is also used in the production of training dummies and a wide range of other tools necessary for dog training.

Our K9 fabric is characterised by its exceptional strength and tear resistance. It is made up of a mixture of cotton and polyamide.

K9 fabric is available in various colours.

Types of K9-RINGO

Fabric properties

The most important characteristic for the intended use is the high tensile strength and resistance of the fabric to stress. The tensile strength is several times greater than for other clothing fabrics.
Ilustrativní foto (K9-RINGO role)

We offer two types of protective K9- RINGO clothing fabrics

Type 950 951

Roll width140 cm
Weight1000 g/m2
Material compositioncotton/polyamide
Coloursblack, green, yellow, orange, pink, red, blue

Type 950 843

Roll width140 cm
Weight880 g/m2
Material compositioncotton/polyamide
Coloursblack, green, yellow, orange, pink, red, blue

Colours of the K9-RINGO fabric

Possibilities of use

K9–RINGO protective clothing fabrics are mainly used to make protective work sleeves and protective work overalls for professional dog trainers. In addition, we make a wide variety of dummies and other aids that widely used by amateur dog trainers.
Cvičící pomůcky pro trénink psů (materiál: K9-RINGO)
K9-RINGO (ilustrativní foto) Trénink psů

What is K9 stand for

K9 is an abbreviation of the word CANINE, since the pronunciation of K9 ("kay nine") sounds the same as the pronunciation of "Canine." This abbreviation was first coined in connection with the use of dogs by the U.S. military during World War II. Nowadays, this abbreviation is worldwide mainly in the field of policemilitary and rescue cynology (the science dealing with dog training, or those who deal with dogs).
K9-RINGO (ilustrativní foto) Trénink psů

Material of the lining of protective products

K9-RINGO fabric, which forms the top layer of protective products and is exposed to the force of the dog's jaws, must be extremely durable. To protect the trainer from bruising or injury, a cushioning layer (lining) must be incorporated into the protective clothing.

The choice of lining materials and their properties then depend on the specific manufacturer of the protective product. For example, a 5 cm layer of non-woven fabric with a bottom layer of lining can be used.