Decimax rat bait tunnels have several features that appeal to pest controllers and enables baiting points to be created in a safe, secure and successful manner. With the new design the tunnel can now hold 2 x Snap-E Mouse Traps.
CRRU (Campaign for Responsible Rodenticde Use) states that care should be taken to ensure that bait is sufficiently protected to avoid accidentally poisoning other mammals and birds.
Bait stations should be appropriate to the prevailing circumstances. They should provide access to the bait by rodents, while reducing the risks of non-target access and interference by unauthorised persons. They should protect the bait from contamination by dust or rain. Their design, construction and placement should be such that interference is minimised.
As these bait tunnels are lockable and can only be opened with the newly design key and locking system for increased security, to prevent access to poisons by unauthorised persons, in particular children.
They will protect baits from the weather. Some poisons will break down in damp conditions and become unpalatable to pest rodents.
Each bait tunnel comes with the new bait bar that is attached inside the lid, favouring the natural feeding behaviour of rodents, the metal rod is for use with all popular rat bait blocks and pasta bait formulations.
Use Decimax bait tunnels to create baiting points throughout areas where there are signs of rat activity such as burrows or droppings. The tunnels should be baited and placed every 10 metres apart in areas of activity. This distance should be reduced to every 5 metres in areas of high activity.
The bait tunnels should be checked frequently and initially daily inspection my be required to replenish the eaten bait.
If after 7 days the bait has not been eaten from a particular tunnel move it to an area of higher activity.
Decimax bait tunnels measure W: 130 mm x H: 111 mm x D: 320 mm and one key is supplied free of charge per order.