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Versatile and Efficient Tamper-Resistant Bait Station
PROTECTA EVO Edge is a versatile rodent bait station that is easy to use and service. The station opens and locks quickly with Bell’s EVO key. The built-in service record card holder, side-opening design and rounded interior walls make servicing fast, maximizing technician productivity. The station has a large bait capacity holding up to eight 28 g or four 225 g Blox securely inside the station and comes with vertical securing rods.
Designed for more than just bait, PROTECTA EVO Edge also accommodates two TRAPPER Mini T-Rex mouse snap traps, or a TRAPPER T-Rex rat snap trap, which can be set forward in the runway. Technicians can swiftly adjust baiting or trapping tactics at their accounts, without having to switch out their equipment.
A rat bait station is a plastic, lockable box which hold rat bait inside and protects it from weather, moisture, dust, native animals, pets and children. The bait is safely contained inside the rat bait station on 4 vertical metal rods. Each rod can hold up to 2 blocks of rat bait. The rat enters the rat bait station through the entrance holes, feeds on the bait and then exits the station. The uneaten bait is left inside the station for other rats to eat. Rats may take a little time to enter the bait station as tend to be ‘neophobic’ which means a fear of new things in their environment.
Rat bait stations require a special key to open so they are tamper proof. Protecta Sidekick Rat bait stations are made from tough, impact resistant, injection molded plastic so they are built to last in Australian conditions.
For best results, rat bait stations should be installed approximately every 10-15 metres where rat activity is a problem. This includes both building exteriors and interiors. Based on the size of your building this will indicate how many rat bait stations you require.
Rat bait stations should be placed against walls of buildings where rats are likely to come across them when searching for food. Rats like to run along walls for safety. If you do not getting feeding from a bait station after about a week you should try a new location.
There are many good rat baits on the market. We recommend the use of a block type bait in these stations such as Ditrac Blox or Contrac Blox.
Initially you should check the rat bait stations every 3-4 days and replenish with fresh bait as needed. Following this you can inspect weekly.
Make sure you wear protective gloves when handling bait stations and bait.
Ensure that no loose bait has fallen out of the stations when replenishing.
Replace any spoiled or contaminated baits.
It is a good idea to record the number and locations of bait stations for the purpose of monitoring and replenishment.