BAYONENE, N.J. — AP&G Co. announced the release of its new and improved Catchmaster Catch Zone Pest Boundary Roll, a fast and cost-effective way to protect and monitor large areas from pests. The product now contains 300% more glue for extra holding power and a heavier paper that lays flatter, making it easier to work with and an even more effective tool for pest professionals, AP&G reports..
Catch Zone Pest Boundary Roll is easy-to-deploy, enabling pest professionals to protect large areas in less time, the company says. Each roll measures 60’ x 12” and is easily cut making it an ideal tool for use around pallets in areas like warehouses, food production facilities, supermarkets and more. Catch Zone may be installed along walls to provide a clear line of sight as well as around pallets to eliminate potential harborage areas. The heavier paper on Catch Zone lays flatter and can be secured with duct, masking or gaff tapes.
“We are constantly working to improve our products to make them as effective as possible for pest professionals. The newer, thicker paper choice and 300% increase in glue has drastically improved the holding power and effectiveness of this product. Choosing our Pest Boundary Roll over individual glue boards, dramatically increases a pest professional’s efficiency when it comes to protecting large spaces,” says Ed Dolshun, technical director, vice president, product development, AP&G Co.
“We are proud to continue to offer new and innovative solutions for the industry. Our new and improved Catchmaster Catch Zone allows pest professionals to work even more effectively and efficiently,” says Jonathan Frisch, vice president, sales & marketing, AP&G Co.
The association’s executive director, Len Douglenm along with Ken Healy along and member Bill Hoffman, put this meeting together and feedback was very positive, NJPMA reports.
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The Associate Certified Entomologist (ACE) is a program for pest management professionals with strong experience in insect-related work and whose training in entomology has been achieved through continuing education, self-study, and on-the-job experience. Backed by the Entomological Society of America, the ACE program has become the benchmark for professionalism in the pest management industry.