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STEP-BY-STEP NORWAY RAT CONTROL INSTRUCTION GUIDE:

 

Direction For Use :

Always read and follow actual package for complete label verbiage.


See Section A, B and C with pictures and information how and where to use every product in your kit.


SPOTTING THE DIFFERENCE: ROOF RAT VS. NORWAY RAT

Roof rats and Norway rats have been known to occupy territories adjacent to one another. For example: in a multi-story pet food plant, Norway rats occupied the basement and crawlspaces while roof rats occupied the upper floors. It is essential to know which species you are dealing with because control tactics are very different.

EQUIPMENT NEEDS TO CONTROL ROOF RAT OR NORWAY RAT:

A ladder appropriate for the job is a vital roof rat control tool. A headlamp may be easier to manage than a flashlight while balancing on rafters in the tight confines of an attic.

A well-stocked roof rat control service kit will include a selection of:

  1. Zip-ties

  2. Nails

  3. Screws

  4. 17 gauge aluminum wire

  5. Velcro and construction adhesive

  6. Hammer

  7. Battery powered drill

  8. Screw drivers

  9. Pliers

  10. Wire cutters and cutting tools.

  11. Concrete Paver.

  12. Textured (sanded) bait station bottoms increase surface area, which increases the holding power of adhesives used to glue a station to a concrete paver. Recent tests by Liphatech have shown that PL 200®and PL 500® brands provide superior holding power versus other liquid adhesives.

Outdoor use:

(I)

Fastrac Blox Rodenticide

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 (II)

6 X Aegis RP Bait Station

Roof rats and Norway rats have been known to occupy territories adjacent to one another. For example: in a multi-story pet food plant, Norway rats occupied the basement and crawlspaces while roof rats occupied the upper floors. It is essential to know which species you are dealing with because control tactics are very different.

In nature, roof rats are tree dwellers. They may live most or all of their life without going to ground level. They have adapted this behavior to include high places in our structures such as in soffits and attics, hence the name roof rat.

Bait stations and traps must be placed in their environment, such as roofs, pipes, ledges or rafters. Do not expect them to behave contrary to their nature to visit a ground level placement.

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    On Utility Pipe
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    On Roof
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    On Fence
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    On Tree braches
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    On top of Building
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    On Rafter
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    Outside building close to foundation wall
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    Outside building close to foundation wall
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The bolt method is the strongest method for attachment. Two bolts are embedded into the concrete for maximum holding power. Strengthening fibers are embedded in the concrete for extra durability.

  Indoor use:

(III)

 

Trapper T-Rex Rat Trap

Keep away from children and pets

The Trapper® T-Rex Rat Trap is a state-of-the-art mechanical trap that offers superior rat capture. Patented interlocking teeth make rat escape virtually impossible. With T-Rex you'll get the perfect combination of trigger sensitivity and trap velocity - speed and responsiveness that ensure a successful and deadly capture. Easy to set and safer to use than traditional snap traps, the T-Rex can be placed directly in a Protecta Rat Bait Station, or tied to pipes or beams that rats may use as highways. A bait cup in the center of the trigger pedal makes it easy to add baits including Bell's new Provoke Rat Attractant.

Step I: Pre-Baiting

1. When food doesn't seem readily available to the rodents (garages or attics), baits should serve as a strong attractant.

Baits use for Norway rat:

Cereal grains, meats, seeds, cockroaches, fruits, shrimp, fish, nuts and even certain fruits.

2. In situation where food is abundant (i.e. baits may not serve as a strong attractant), the use of nesting material such as dental floss, cotton, Styrofoam, or any other soft material can be tied to the trigger to lure a rodent to the trap.

Step I:

(PRE-BAITING FOR RATS)

Pre-place traps. To get rats accustomed to traps, place the traps back-wards against wall and bait them without setting the traps for three to seven days

Step II:

(SETTING TRAP WITH BAIT)

 

Setting traps – Once the rats are used to the traps, return to bait & place traps with the open mouth toward the wall.

Step II: Rate of application and How to use it.

Place Trapper T-Rex Rat Trap no greater than 20 feet apart along known rodent trails or areas where you see droppings rubs or where they are feeding.

 

(Easily set by hand)

(Readily set by foot safely on the ground Press the trap open like a pedal)

 

Integrated bait cup Bell included a removable bait cup that inserts from the bottom of Trapper T-REX. The cup can be withdrawn and re-inserted without the trap being set, which greatly enhances safety and ease of use.

Step III: Location/s use to set Trapper T Rex Rat Trap:

For Safety of children, pets or your customers you may enclosed this trap inside following station in Rat Snap Trap Station (Sold separately) - Optional

A. Above Ground Level:

Trapper T Rex Rat trap must be placed in their environment, such as;


  • In Attic

  • Above Drop Ceiling

  • In pairs back-to-back along rat pathways
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    On Poles

  • On Ledges

  • On Beams

  • On rafters

  • In between shelves

  • In between shelves

It visits ground level to take food, water and nesting materials. So you may also set Trapper T Rex Rat trap at as follow too.

B. At Ground level:


  • Placed alone or in pairs back-to-back along rat pathways

  • Along walls



  • Utility rooms.

  • Behind appliances and objects

  • Below Kick plate (in Convenient store and Gas stations)

  • In Garage


  • In Basement & Crawlspace

(IV)

Catch master 48 WRG Cold Temperature Glue board Trap

Glue board designed to control rodent problems in cold weather. Provides excellent catch ability down to 30 degrees F.

The only low temperature glue trap available. Unlike most glue traps the specially formulated adhesive used for this trap is effective in temperature as low as 0 degree Fahrenheit. Great for use in unheated garage or basement during cold winter months and in commercial walk in refrigerators where "Regular" glue traps are in effective

In order to protect glue boards from dust and debris. These sanitary, professional-looking covers prolong the effectiveness of the glue board and keep the captured rodent out of sight.

  

 
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J T Eaton Rat Size Glue Trap Cover (sold separately)

Glue traps should never be placed in areas where children or pets will have contact them, nor should they be placed in high visibility areas. In the event of child, pet (or adult) becoming affixed to a glue trap, vegetable-cooking oil will separate the glue from the person or pet.

Rat glue board should be secured to an object or to the floor.

For best results, place Catch master 48 WRG Cold Temperature Glue board Trap directly in the rodent's runway between its nest and food supply -- 15 to 30 feet (4.5 to 9m) for rats. TRAPPER's translucent plastic tray blends with the environment for a professional appearance.

 

A. Above Ground Level:

Catch master 48 WRG Cold Temperature Glue board Trap must be placed in their environment, such as;


  • In Attic

  • In Drop Ceiling.

  • On Ledges or rafters.

  • In between shelves

It visits ground level to take food, water and nesting materials. So you may also set Catch master 48 WRG Cold Temperature Glue board Trap at as follow too.

B. Ground level:


  • Placed alone or in pairs back-to-back along rat pathways.

  • Dark corners



  • Below sink area

  • Behind appliances and objects.

  • Inside Utility room.

  • Below dishwasher

  • In Basement

  • In Garage

Disposal of Dead Norway rat:

  1. Always wear intact rubber or plastic gloves when removing dead Norway rats and when cleaning or disinfecting items contaminated by Norway rat. Put dead Norway rat in a plastic bag; the bag should be placed in a second bag and tightly sealed. Dispose of Norway rat in trash containers with tight fitting lids.
  2. Traps can be disinfected by soaking them in a solution of three tablespoons of bleach per gallon of water or a commercial disinfectant containing phenol (such as Lysol). After handling rodents, resetting traps and cleaning contaminated objects, thoroughly wash gloved hands in a general household disinfectant or in soap and warm water. Then remove gloves and thoroughly wash your hands with soap and warm water