Active Constituen: 0.05G/KG OF Brodifacoum.
For the control of rats and mice including those resistant to other anticoagulants, in and around domestic, commercial, public services and industrial buildings.
Four times stronger than Tomcat, Tomcat II Pellets are the most powerful, single feed bait on the market today. Contains 16 human food grade, inert ingredients that rodents cannot resist. Made by a unique compression process that yields a hard bait, which stands up well in adverse conditions. Satisfies the rodents desire to gnaw. Use to clean out persistent mouse infestations where control is difficult or resistance to other baits is suspected.
Ready to use – fast acting Tomcat II Pellets Rodent Poison for use in and around homes, agricultural, commercial and industrial buildings. A true rodent poison containing the anti-coagulant poison brodifacoum.
Place Tomcat II Pellets Rodent Poison in rodent poison station and observe Tomcat II Pellets Rodent Poison take. Maintain the supply Tomcat II Pellets Rodent Poison until rodent poison is no longer eaten.
Where continuous control is required, maintain a steady supply of Tomcat II Pellets Rodent Poison, replacing uneaten Tomcat II Pellets Rodent Poison at monthly intervals to ensure rodent poison remains fresh.
Follow these basic tips when carrying out your pest control programme to ensure you get maximum benefit at minimum cost:
What is the difference between Tomcat (Green Blocks /Pellets) and Tomcat II (Red Blocks/Pellets)?
These two baits / poisons are made by the same company but feature two different active constituents. Tomcat (Green) contains Bromadiolone and Tomcat II (Red) contains Brodifacoum. As a result, Tomcat II is approximately 4 times stronger than Tomcat. Tomcat blocks are also slightly bigger and denser than Tomcat II, so as a result you will get more blocks / kg with Tomcat II.
Why would I choose one or the other? What is the best bait for me?
There are several reasons why you would choose either Tomcat or Tomcat II bait. Firstly due to Tomcat being less toxic than Tomcat II this makes it safer for use around non-target animals that could potentially consume the bait directly (primary poisoning) or consume rats and mice that have consumed the bait (secondary poisoning). Tomcat II on the other hand, being 4 times stronger than Tomcat, would be the recommended poison of choice where there is little or no risk of poisoning other non-target animals. Tomcat II is also recommended where a fast ‘clean-out’ of persistent problems is required.
What is Brodifacoum?
Brodifacoum is a highly lethal vitamin K antagonist anticoagulant poison. In recent years, it has become one of the world's most widely used pesticides. It is typically used as a rodenticide. They reduce blood clotting by inhibiting the recycling of vitamin K epoxide back to the active reduced form of vitamin K.
The main benefit of anticoagulants over other poisons is that the time taken for the poison to induce death means that the rats do not associate the damage with their feeding habits.