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Bell Introduces Protecta EVO Mouse

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Protecta EVO Mouse is a larger mouse bait station designed for quick servicing.

| May 7, 2014

MADISON, Wis. – Rounding out its line of tamper-resistant Protecta EVO bait stations, Bell Laboratories introduces its new premium mouse bait station, Protecta EVO Mouse.

Building on the versatility of Bell’s triangular RTU Mouse Bait Station, an industry staple, the new Protecta EVO Mouse takes mouse bait stations “a step further,” noted Bell’s product manager, Kate Mella.

“We designed Protecta EVO Mouse with PMPs in mind, giving them a larger mouse bait station that can be serviced quickly for faster results,” she said.

For starters, versatile Protecta EVO Mouse is designed to give PMPs a choice in bait to use – either Blox or soft bait. The station’s increased bait storage capacity holds two Blox of bait, twice as much as RTU, which allows more mice to feed from a single station. If PMPs choose soft bait to control mice, EVO Mouse is equipped with bait rods that hold soft bait sachets securely in the station. Its patent-pending internal teeth clamp onto the soft bait paper, minimizing paper displacement for a clean,  professional appearance.

To reduce service time, Protecta EVO Mouse utlizes a single-locking mechanism that locks automatically when closed and unlocks with the EVO single-lock key.

Triangular-shaped Protecta EVO Mouse features angled entry holes for placement in corners or flush along walls or the perimeter of buildings, indoors and out, wherever mice travel.  Its compact shape also easily slips under pallets, in cupboards and behind appliances where mice nest. It’s perfect in doorways to capture mice attempting to enter a building.

An added feature is the station’s rounded back edge that fits against the curvature of wall coping, designed specially for food accounts.

Like all Protecta EVO bait stations, EVO Mouse is built to last. Manufactured from a special plastic polymer, the station’s one-piece construction with “living hinge” is built to withstand extreme environmental conditions indoors and out, giving PMPs years of service.

Protecta EVO Mouse is now available through Bell distributors.   
 

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