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Termatrac T1r Approaching End of Life

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Termatrac’s T3i is replacing the T1r as the company’s flagship product.

| May 9, 2013

BRISBANE, Australia — Termatrac announces the production and support end of life for the T1r termite detection device. The T1r was an industry innovation using radar to precisely detect the location of termites. T1r end of sales is June 30, 2013, end of support is September 30, 2014. The Termatrac T3i replaces the T1r with three detection technologies in one device. The T3i has advanced radar technology but also includes thermal and moisture sensors, giving pest control operators and home inspectors more capabilities to do their jobs better and more accurately.Termatrac is offering a T3i for T1r exchange program with significant discounting and affordable payment plans. For more information email

sales@termatrac.com

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