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Executive Pest Control Products Upgrades Puffer Duster

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The product now features a clear body designed to allow PMPs to view the volume of dust or granular insecticide inside the device.

| April 22, 2013

The Puffer. Image courtesy of Executive Pest Control Products.

 

SOUTHLAKE, Texas - Executive Pest Control Products has updated its dust applicator, The Puffer, with a new, clear body that allows PMPs to see the volume of dust or granular insecticide inside the device, the company announced.

The Puffer has an easy-to-use, low tension spring to help alleviate fatigue for the user. It also incorporates an O-ring on the clean-out rod to help seal and prevent escape of air and dust from the back of the Puffer. The plastic safety tip and cap on the barrel helps to prevent a shock hazard when working around electrical outlets, prevents leakage when not in use and is removable to allow for applications with wall injectors or in tight spaces.

For more information, visit execpcp.com

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