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Atrix Offers ‘Bug Sucker’ Back Pack Vacuum

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The vacuum is ideal for the removal of bed bugs, spiders, bees, ants and cockroaches. It also removes eggs to prevent their return.

| February 22, 2011

BURNSVILLE, Minn. —Atrix has introduced the "Bug Sucker" back pack vacuum, the latest addition to its line of vacuums for the pest control industry. The vacuum is ideal for the removal of bed bugs, spiders, bees, ants and cockroaches. It also removes eggs to prevent their return.

The Atrix Backpack Vacuum comes standard with a HEPA filter and easily converts from a powerful vacuum to a powerful blower. Features include:

• Comfortable ergonomic fit
• Lightweight
• 4-stage high efficiency filtration
• Air-powered turbo floor brush
• Telescopic metal wand
• Quiet
• Powerful
• 3-quart filter capacity

Atrix International offers a complete line of pest control vacuums. For additional information visit www.atrix.com.
 

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