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InTice Gelanimo Ant Now Available in 9-Pack Display Box

The 9-pack is a good alternative to the 27-pack bulk case for those PMPs who prefer to keep less inventory on hand.

| February 24, 2010

NORTH KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Rockwell Labs announced the availability of InTice Gelanimo Ant in 9-pack display boxes. The 9-pack is a good alternative to the 27-pack bulk case for those PMPs who prefer to keep less inventory on hand.

InTice Gelanimo Ant Bait with its “rigid” gel matrix has been several years in development. The patent pending matrix is similar to gelatin, in that it is “cuttable” and has the very high moisture content, but will not melt at operational temperatures.

In addition to the high moisture content, the bait doesn’t turn sticky or gooey and ants can feed over the whole surface of the bait without drowning. InTice Gelanimo is conveniently packaged in a sealed, ready-to-use station containing 0.4 oz (12 gram) of bait.  PMPs simply use a pen or similar object to push out the tab over the small hole where ants will enter and exit the station. Once opened, the stations will remain effective for at least 45 days, or until all the bait is consumed, Rockwell Labs reports.  For further information visit www.rockwelllabs.com.
 

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