P+L Systems was proud to exhibit a wide range of pest control brands at last weeks PestWorld exhibition in Phoenix, Arizona, supported by the companys global team.
The packed show attracted visitors from around the world, making it the perfect opportunity to display the brand new second generation Insect-O-Cutor Halo range.
First time on display
For the first time in the US, the Group showed the contemporary glueboard range with its new compact 15w and 45w Aqua models, alongside the familiar 30w unit which is now even easier to service thanks to the side entry glueboard. Ideal for pest control professionals looking for a co-ordinated approach to fly problems, the range offers a solution for all areas from front-of-house to hose down industrial zones.
The innovative BaitSafe also created a stir, with US visitors eager to learn about the wide range of applications and pests the product can be used to tackle, from rodents to bed bugs and even scorpions! Visitors were able to see the product in action in wall cavities and test the quick service features for themselves, making the days of tricky wall, roof or floor cavity access a thing of the past!
Steve Jackson, general manager Americas, said: “The exhibition is always a great chance to show innovative products and understand the changing needs of pest management professionals.
“Our focus this year has been about helping our customers save valuable time, and it’s been great to show so many customers how the Insect-O-Cutor Halo and BaitSafe from SX can deliver significant service improvements for their teams in the field as well as performance improvements for their customers”.
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The innovative design features of Edge and Halo
attracted considerable attention
BaitSafe demonstrations showed
the flexibility of the product
P+L staff at PestWorld 2013. Left to right:
Filipe Ferreira, Patrick Callahan, Steve Jackson, Tom Holmes, Francisco Nuche and Richard Ardron
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