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Bell Labs Unveils 2013-2014 Product Guide

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New this year, Bell compiled Material Safety Data Sheets and product labels for its rodenticides into a separate 28-page MSDS and Label guide.

| October 16, 2013

MADISON, WIS – Bell Laboratories’ new 2013-2014 Rodent Control Product Guide and its accompanying MSDS & Label Guide are now available through Bell distributors and technical sales representatives.

New this year, Bell compiled Material Safety Data Sheets and product labels for its rodenticides into a separate 28-page MSDS & Label Guide– a time-saving tool for pest control technicians on the job. Labels and MSDSs can also be digitally downloaded from Bell’s website at www.belllabs.com.

Bell’s updated 20-page Product Guide is a comprehensive listing of Bell’s full line of rodenticides, bait stations, mechanical traps and glue traps. Product pages feature full-color photos, along with bulleted product features, packaging info, product code and dimensions, and EPA registration numbers for rodenticides.

As in previous catalogs, product pages are organized with colored tabs according to product type for easy referencing.

Another handy feature of the catalog are the two 2-page reference charts. The rodenticide chart gives an at-a-glance listing of Bell’s 15 rodenticides with active ingredient, product features, uses, and other helpful information. A second chart lists the features and uses of Bell’s bait stations, traps and accessories.

The catalogs will be first available on October 22 at PestWorld 2013 in Phoenix, Ariz.

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