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The Mosquito Eliminator is a Commercial/Industrial Multi-Function Trap

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The unit uses proprietary black light technology combined with special attractants to attract mosquitoes and other flying insects

| March 28, 2011

COLUMBUS, Neb. — The Mosquito Eliminator is a commercial/industrial multi-function trap from Paraclipse.

This decorative unit uses proprietary black light technology combined with special attractants to attract mosquitoes and other flying insects. It uses an exclusive automatic advance 30-day cartridge trapping system. It features a fresh, sticky surface and attractants released continuously. The trapping system is environmentally friendly and meets applicable guidelines, according to Paraclipse.

Other benefits include: Replaceable/disposable cartridge eliminates large quantities of mosquitoes/flying insects; the unit can be wall mounted or free standing.

For more information visit www.paraclipse.com.
 

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