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Cell Pak Introduces New Insulation Product

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Supreme Plus is cellulose insulation that is treated with an additive called Zone Defense, an EPA registered pesticide.

| January 20, 2012

Cell Pak, a Masco company, introduces a new insulation product, Supreme Plus. Supreme Plus is a high quality cellulose insulation that is treated with an additive called Zone Defense, an EPA registered pesticide.

The Zone Defense additive inside the insulation adds a valuable attribute to the product by helping to prevent insect infestation of the insulation.  The product may be sold by pest control companies to their end use customers as a specialized insulation product not typically available in retail stores.

For more information, contact Cell Pak at 256/260-2151.

 

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