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P+L Systems Launches Six New Fly Light Models

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The new models, now available for purchase in the U.S., include five glueboard units (Aura, Halo 30, Halo 45, Edge and Nectar) and one electric grid unit (Allure).

| December 21, 2011

P+L Systems announced that six new models of insect light traps are available for purchase in the U.S. and Canada.

The complete portfolio of products was available for review at this year’s PestWorld conference. “The innovative design and technological advances created quite a buzz at PestWorld,” said Chris Bowley, P+L Systems North America representative. “Substantial development and research costs have been committed to the new innovations and it is very encouraging to see the interest expressed by so many pest management professionals.”

The new models include five glueboard units (Aura, Halo 30, Halo 45, Edge and Nectar) and one electric grid unit (Allure). These products have been available in Europe and other parts of the world for the past two years and are now these products are available in versions that meet the specific requirements of the North American markets.

“The new products demonstrate P+L Systems’ commitment to four key principles – high efficacy, ease of service, attractive aesthetics and exceptional value,” Bowley said. “This unique combination has permitted P+L Systems to maintain its position as a market leader in Europe. Now PMPs in the North America can take advantage of these attributes to help them better serve their customers and enhance their profit potential.”

Full details of the new models, as well as the entire P+L Systems fly control portfolio, can be found at their new website, www.synergetic-flylights.com, which is dedicated to bringing the innovative Synergetic fly light brand to North America.

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