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Liphatech Enhances Aegis-RP Bait Station

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The new updates were designed to improve efficiency, effectiveness and convenience.

| February 12, 2013

MILWAUKEE, Wis. — Liphatech announced recent updates to the Aegis-RP bait station designed to improve efficiency, effectiveness and convenience. Key enhancements and features include:

  • SecureVTM technology – Reduces the ability of animals to free the bait
  • Elevated horizontal rods – Keeps bait drier and fresher; more favorable for the placement of soft bait N
  • New wall holes – Provides versatile security options; great for zip ties or U-bolts
  • Improved drainage – Enlarged holes keep bait drier and result in less moldy and wasted bait
  • Ramped opening – Makes runway cleaning easier and faster increasing technician productivity; limits water entering station

Manufactured with recycled material, the Aegis-RP is also eco-friendly. “Our customers provided us with input on how to improve the Aegis-RP bait station. At Liphatech, we strive to provide our customers with innovative solutions that improve their rodent control practices,” said Manny Martinez, Liphatech executive director, pest management division.

The Aegis-RP is available in black or gray.

For more information about Liphatech products and services, visit www.liphatech.com or call 888-331-7900.

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