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Nixalite Offering 2013 Product Catalog

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The new catalog features more than 40 new products and accessories.

| March 28, 2013

EAST MOLINE, Ill.– Nixalite just released its new 2013 pest bird and wildlife control catalog.

 

Featuring over 40 new products and accessories including their new Bird Zap Shock Track and Hyperspike Acoustic Bird Dispersal System.

Nixalite has an extensive line of quality equipment for pest and wildlife control professionals. Nixalite offers versatility with seven different bird spike models, six types of bird netting and dozens of live capture bird and animal traps. To aid in the professional installation of Nixalite’s products, see our new tools and accessories as well as tips and success stories.

For more information or to request a free catalog, call 800/624-1189 or visit http://www.nixalite.com/freecatalog.aspx.

 

 

 

 

 

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