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Zoëcon Introduces ZenproxEC Broad-Spectrum Contact Kill

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Zenprox EC is a broad-spectrum contact kill product approved for indoor use.

| May 27, 2011

SCHAUMBURG, Ill. — The Zoëcon Professional Products division of Central Life Sciences introduces Zenprox EC, a broad-spectrum contact kill product approved for indoor use. Fast-acting Zenprox EC controls over 25 different insects including fleas, bed bugs, ants and cockroaches with an extended residual. It is also effective in suppressing egg hatch of bed bugs and kills newly hatched bed bugs, Zoëcon reports.

 “Our primary goal was to create a broad-spectrum contact kill product that works immediately and offers an extended residual, and we’ve done that with Zenprox EC,” said John Neberz, business manager, Zoëcon Professional Products. “Zenprox EC also provides pest management professionals with an ideal tank mix partner for use with Gentrol IGR or Precor IGR. The combination of a contact kill product and an IGR helps provide complete control for a variety of insects and helps prevent reinfestations.”
 
The active ingredient in Zenprox EC, Etofenprox, is non-repellent. Approved for indoor use, Zenprox EC can be used as a broadcast, spot, or crack-and-crevice treatment to control pests in homes, hotels, schools and commercial properties.
 
Zenprox EC is available in a 16 ounce squeeze and measure bottle and comes with six bottles per case. It mixes easily with water and may be applied with most application equipment.
 
For more information visit www.zoecon.com.

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