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Zoecon Introduces Zenprox Aerosol

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Zenprox Aerosol is a broad-spectrum contact kill product that combines four active ingredients.

| March 27, 2012

SCHAUMBURG, Ill. — The Zoecon Professional Products division of Central Life Sciences introduces Zenprox Aerosol, a broad-spectrum contact kill product that combines four active ingredients for maximum effectiveness. The versatile formulation, approved for indoor and outdoor use, controls multiple insect pests, including bed bugs. With this introduction, Zoëcon is offering a cash rebate on all purchases of Zenprox Aerosol through July 31, 2012.

“Our main objective was to streamline the offering for pest management professionals by providing one product for a variety of applications,” said John Neberz, business manager, Zoëcon Professional Products division. “The four active ingredients, including Etofenprox, provide quick-killing action of all labeled pests.”

The specially designed Zenprox Aerosol can features an ergonomic actuator that provides 360-degree spray capability (upside down spraying). An extension tube also allows pest management professionals to treat hard-to-reach areas.

Zenprox Aerosol is available in a 16 oz. can with six cans per case. This product is labeled for commercial and residential accounts in non-food handling areas and can also be used for perimeter and surface treatments of up to three feet on the foundations of buildings.

Zoëcon is offering a cash rebate of $3 for every case or $.50 for each 16 oz. can of Zenprox Aerosol purchased. All purchases made between March 26 and July 31, 2012 are eligible for the rebate with proof of purchase submitted by September 1, 2012. For more information on Zenprox and complete details of the cash rebate, visit www.zoecon.com.

 

 

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