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Rockwell Labs Ltd Introduces InTice Border Patrol System

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Product intended for setting up a proactive perimeter defense to keep crawling pests at bay and keep bait fresher, longer.

| June 24, 2010

Rockwell Labs Ltd introduced its new InTice Border Patrol System. The durable plastic bait station has four downward facing openings under the lid to easily let pests in and keep moisture out. The Border Patrol’s dark green color and discrete design make it the perfect perimeter defense system, the company reports. With a keyless, snap-on lid and a simple anchor spike on the bottom, the Border Patrol is easy to install and service, says Rockwell Labs Ltd.

The InTice Border Patrol System is designed with the InTice Gelanimo 4-ounce cup in mind. The cup top is removed and dropped into the Border Patrol. With patent-pending Gelanimo’s unique rigid gel formula, there is no need to worry about spills, mess or ants drowning, the manufacturer says. The product also works well with InTice Granular Bait for controlling a wide range of crawling pests.

For more information visit www.rockwelllabs.com.
 

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