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Termatrac Announces Exchange Program of T1r Detection Device

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The new T3i model replaces T1r as Termatrac's flagship product.

| July 11, 2013

BRISBANE, Australia — Termatrac announces the launch of an exchange program of its T1r termite detection device with its new T3i model that offers new improved features. The T3i replaces the T1r as the company's flagship product.

The new T3i will feature three detection technologies all in one device, with advanced radar capabilities and thermal and moisture sensors, providing pest control operators and home inspectors with the ability to more accurately detect termite infestation.

The T1r was an industry innovation using radar that was designed to precisely detect the location of termites. T1r end of sales is June 30, 2013, with end of support on September 30, 2014. Termatrac is offering a T3i for T1r Exchange Program with significant discounting and affordable payment plans.

Contact Termatrac for more information: sales@termatrac.com
 

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