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Cryonite Available at Bug Off Pest Control Center

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Silvandersson Sweden AB has selected Bug Off Pest Control Center to distribute its Cryonite System.

| November 7, 2012

NEW YORK - Silvandersson Sweden AB has selected Bug Off Pest Control Center to distribute its Cryonite System.

Introduced in 2008, Cryonite makes use of carbon dioxide to freeze insects to death. It is a unique, non-toxic and easy-to-use technology that eliminates all life stages of crawling and flying insects like roaches, bed bugs, stored product pests and wasps, according to the manufacturer. Cryonite can be used almost anywhere: food establishments, hotels, hospitals and schools. It can be used directly on furniture, bedding and even electronic equipment, the manufacturer reports.

Silvandersson Sweden AB will be demonstrating  the Cryonite System at the New York Pest Expo on Nov. 8, 2012, in New York City. Both wand options: The Rifle and The Lance (the extendable version) will be available for purchase at a deep discounted price at the Show.

For more information on Cryonite or to register for the New York Pest Expo, please call 212/781-2304 or visit

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