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Residex Now a Distributor of Master Fume Product Line in Florida

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Master Fume, a new post-patent sulfuryl fluoride, is currently registered for structural fumigations in the state of Florida.

| July 7, 2010

ROSELLE, N.J.  – Residex and Drexel Chemical announce that Residex has become a distributor for their Master Fume product line in the state of Florida. Master Fume, a new post-patent sulfuryl fluoride, is currently registered for structural fumigations in the state of Florida.   

“I spent almost 40 years in the fumigation business in the state of Florida. I am excited to introduce this product and Drexel’s stewardship program to the marketplace,” said Pete Elbert, Residex Fumigation Business & Florida Sales Manager.  “It is an exciting new option for Florida fumigators and no contract is necessary.”

Training on Master Fume has been conducted throughout the state and future dates will be announced. Master Fume is available for purchase at Residex Tampa, Jacksonville and Riviera Beach locations.

Master Fume has developed a full-service stewardship program that includes training on its technologically advanced Windows-based calculator designed exclusively for Master Fume. 

For more, visit the Residex blog spiderx.wordpress.com, by email at marketing@residex.com or by phone at 800-526-4222.

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