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Pest Barrier Introduces Snap-Trap Magnetic Base

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The base securely holds commonly used traps to any metal surface (not stainless steel).

| May 16, 2012

Pest Barrier has introduced a patent-pending Snap-Trap Magnetic Base that securely holds commonly used traps to any metal surface (not stainless steel). The plastic base features two powerful magnets molded into the bottom, while the top has two snap-tabs that hold the trap in place.

The powerful base securely holds these five traps:
Kness Big Snap
Trapper T-Rex
Catchmaster Model 621PEZ
Motomco Tomcat
Victor Power Kill

The two magnets generate almost 40 lbs. of pull force (pulling straight away from the surface). In a test they held 7.5 lbs. of exercise weights hanging straight down (the trap did not slide down a vertical metal surface). That’s substantially more than the average rat weighs.

Pest Barrier’s Snap-Trap Magnetic Bases are sold as a two-pack. Visit www.pestbarrier.com for more information, or call the company at 800-503-5444.

Pest Barrier is a division of Bird Barrier America, Inc. www.birdbarrier.com

 

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