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KRC Industries Introduces Raptor 357 Rodent System

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The Raptor 357 is a patent-pending system that allows PMPs to attach the bait station to any metal or steel surface.

| December 2, 2011

KRC Industries inftroduces the Raptor 357, a patent-pending system that allows PMPs to attach the bait station to any metal or steel surface.

The bait station has two powerful magnets with 35 pounds of holding power to keep the bait station off wet and dirty floors. It also can be used sideways or upside down.

The interior feeding tray is raised, so when it is loaded, the bait is secured by the lid so even if it is shaken, the bait won’t fall out. Also the system includes three tabs in the back to hold a small standard size 1 3/8 X 10 1/8 glueboard for rodent and insect monitoring. The unit is keyless, but still meets tamper-resistant requirements and instantly locks when closed.

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