Scuttle Cockroach Gel is a potent cockroach killer in the form of a bait gel that can be used in sensitive areas.
Scuttle Cockroach Gel is a cockroach killer that can be used as a bait targeting cockroaches in or near their harborages. When applied to areas that cockroaches pass through they consume the cockroach gel. The active, hydramethylnon, affects the metabolic system killing cockroaches within 24- 48 hours. The main feature of this cockroach killer means that cockroaches don't die immediately. They return to harborages where other cockroaches will also ingest Scuttle Cockroach Gel by feeding on their dead bodies and faeces.
GET RID OF COCKROACHES
Efficacy: Cockroaches readily eat the gel - many small doses mean quicker kill and higher mortality.
Long Lasting: Scuttle Cockroach Gel cockroach killer is a stable formulation. It will remain palatable until eaten.
Safety: Scuttle Cockroach Gel cockroach killer has low toxicity to mammals. It can easily be placed out of reach of children and pets.
- Search for places that cockroaches hide - cracks and crevices near food and water
- Find their trails- the same paths are used repeatedly
- Ensure other food sources are kept to a minimum
- Apply as many cockroach gel points as possible of Scuttle Cockroach Gel cockroach killer specifically to those points
- Check incoming items for cockroaches
- Educate your clients on the importance of inspection and good hygiene
WHAT IS HYDRAMETHYLNON?
Hydramethylnon is used as an insecticide in the form of bait . Hydramethylnon inhibits mitochondrial energy production and has delayed action, with death generally not occurring for at least 24 hrs after consumption of the bait. After a single feeding, there are no immediate symptoms of poisoning, but within a few hours, the insects become lethargic and stop eating. This condition progresses until the insects die within 24 to 72 hours.
Hydramethylnon kills insects by disrupting energy production in their cells. Hydramethylnon is a slow-acting stomach poison (delayed toxicity) that does not need to be eaten to be effective. It is toxic to cockroaches both by topical application and by ingestion. A slow-acting poison is desirable, so they live long enough to return to the colony to share it with other cockroaches. In this way cockroaches that have eaten Hydramethylnon infect other cockroaches that have not had direct exposure to the baits.