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Atrix Introduces IPM Vacuum

Bed bugs, Supplier News

The Omega Green Supreme IPM vacuum, from Atrix International, is a valuable new tool in the fight against bed bugs.

| December 30, 2010

BURNSVILLE, MINN. — The Omega Green Supreme IPM vacuum, from Atrix International, is a valuable new tool in the fight against bed bugs. The self-contained HEPA filter and powerful motor safely eliminate both live and dead insects quickly and easily. Suitable for virtually any pest control job, the Green Supreme pest management vacuum is powerful, yet quiet and comes with a three-year limited warranty. With its self-contained HEPA filter, hose plugs and filter plugs, insects are unable to crawl or fall out of the unit during transport and storage.

To learn more about the company’s full line of vacuums for the pest management industry, visit www.atrix.com.
 

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