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Bell Labs Releases 2011-2012 Rodent Control Product & Label Guide

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The 44-page catalog is a comprehensive guide for pest management professionals (PMP)s and distributors of Bell’s full line of rodenticides, bait stations, mechanical traps and glue traps.

| October 17, 2011

MADISON, WIS – Bell Laboratories published its 2011-2012 Rodent Control Product & Label Guide this fall with updated product information in an easy-to-read format.

The 44-page catalog is a comprehensive guide for pest management professionals (PMP)s and distributors of Bell’s full line of rodenticides, bait stations, mechanical traps and glue traps.

A handy feature of the catalog is the two 2-page reference guides: the rodenticide guide gives an at-a-glance listing of Bell’s 15 rodenticides with active ingredient, product features, uses and other useful information, while the second guide lists the features and purpose of Bell’s bait stations, traps & accessories.

Product pages include more in-depth information and are organized with colored tabs according to product type for easy referencing. Specific rodenticide pages, for example, feature full-color photos of Bell’s new packaging, along with bulleted product features, packaging info, EPA registration number, and product code and bait form dimensions.

New products in this year’s catalog include Protecta EVO Express – Bell’s tamper-resistant bait station pre-weighted with a concrete block; T1 Mouse – a pre-baited mouse bait station for residential use; and Contrac with Lumitrack – a special additive incorporated into the bait which makes tracking mouse activity easier.

As an aid in referencing products, specimen labels and MSDS are grouped together in the back of the catalog, rather than with each product.

Catalogs are now available through Bell distributors and technical representatives.

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