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Rodenator Dispatches Rodents and Collapses Tunnel Systems

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The Rodenator Pest Elimination System delivers underground shockwave to simultaneously dispatch burrowing rodents and collapse their tunnel systems.

| August 31, 2012

A wand is inserted into a burrow hole, and a mixture of oxygen and propane gas is shot into the hole for sixty to ninety seconds, depending on the type of animal. Then another button on the wand is pressed, igniting a spark into the mixture, creating a precision underground shockwave. In one fell swoop, the animals are extinguished and the tunnel system local to the hole is collapsed.

>EMMET, Idaho — The Rodenator Pest Elimination System by Meyer Industries delivers underground shockwave to simultaneously dispatch burrowing rodents and collapse their tunnel systems — burying them in their underground tunnels to prevent re-infestation. It is an organic rodent control method that targets burrowing pests without pesticides and labor-intensive trapping.

A wand is inserted into a burrow hole, and a mixture of oxygen and propane gas is shot into the hole for sixty to ninety seconds, depending on the type of animal. Then another button on the wand is pressed, igniting a spark into the mixture, creating a precision underground shockwave. In one fell swoop, the animals are extinguished and the tunnel system local to the hole is collapsed.

According to the manufacturer the Rodenator is a effective, labor efficient, and can boost pest control profitability.

To further increase pest control company productivity and operator comfort, the new R3 Pest Elimination System adds wired detonation up to 25 feet from the source, and 20% more power to the Rodenator line.

For more information visit www.rodenator.com.

The Rodenator Pest Elimination System by Meyer Industries delivers underground shockwave to simultaneously dispatch burrowing rodents and collapse their tunnel systems — burying them in their underground tunnels to prevent re-infestation. It is an organic rodent control method that targets burrowing pests.

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