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Bait Plate Insect Bait Stations by Rockwell Labs- 12 stations per set

    Bait Plate Insect Bait Stations by Rockwell Labs- 12 stations per set

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    $9.45 - $25.00
      Size/Description Price Qty
    12 stations $9.45 12 stations $9.45 $9.45
    24 Stations $13.92 24 Stations $13.92 $13.92
    Case/48 Stations $25.00 Case/48 Stations $25.00 $25.00

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    Bait Not Included. These are empty plastic stations that can be filled with your choice of bait.

    Sturdy, economical station for baiting ants, cockroaches and other insects, the BaitPlate™ Station is the perfect application device for Rockwell Labs' baits. Excellent when bait needs to be contained and/or easily removable.

    Bait Plate Insect Bait Stations are low-profile, economic and easy-to-use plastic stations that hold gel, liquid and granular baits for ants, roaches and other crawling insects. These bait stations allows access for ants and other insects, while containing your gel or granule bait. Since the bait station has two separate compartments, you can place two different baits in one station. Bait Plate Insect Bait Stations also keep bait fresh for a longer period of time.

    Dimensions: 3.5"L x 2.5" W and they are about .5" thick when assembled

    • Holds gel, granule and liquid baits
    • Dual bait compartments with ramped entry - adjustable for large and small insects
    • Convenient low-profile, clear design - mounts flat or vertically
    • Refillable or disposable
    • Comes with sticky dots for mounting, or use mounting hole for extra security
    • Fits inside the D-Sect™ IPM Station for ultimate tamper-resistance

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    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
    Reviewer: , 5.15.2014 (Haymarket, NC)
    Easy to use
    These bait stations come in two pieces just shoot or place your chosen insecticide in the bottom and snap the top on. I do recommend nailing them where possible, but they can also lay on flat surfaces. I put mine in an attic area and hung them vertically and on the joists so a nail was necessary.

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    Label (.pdf file)

    The BaitPlate Station can be used for liquid, gel or granular baits for all crawling insects.

    The halves of the station will need to be snapped together. Snap each of the 4 corners securely. If using liquid bait, be sure that the male channel on the top and female channel on the bottom are completely mated together with no air gaps, paying particular attention to the corners, otherwise it may leak.

    For baiting ants and German roaches, the little tab on the top should be snapped down into the hole

    For baiting American roaches or other larger insects, open the tab or remove it altogether by tearing it off at the perforation.

    To secure the station, use the hole provided or use the sticky dot. Press the dot (with the release paper still on) onto the bottom of the station on the flat part where the hole is and then peel off the release paper and stick down the station.

    The BaitPlate can be placed flat or vertically on a wall. If using liquid bait on a wall, a tack may provide more security than just the sticky dot.

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