Opkill Rat Pack Poison 300g (Professional Choice Blocks 15 x 20g)
The bait block is a great alternative to conventional methods of rodent control. Our bait blocks have been professionally formulated to achieve optimal results, and all of our products are quality tested by professional pest controllers prior to public release, so you can be confident in the product that you receive.
This product contains a palatable wax block, combined with a powerful concentration of Bromadiolone poison at the maximum strength of bromadiolone0.0025% w/w and denatonium benzoate 0.001% w/w. These Rodent Blocks are a highly effective rodent killer, which leads the way against many other baits on the market.
This bait is classified as a Multi-feed poison meaning that unlike many other baits on the market this poison is specifically designed to deliver a lethal dose of poison to a rodent through a process of several feeds. As a consequence this increases the kill rate and encourages other rodents to feast!
These easy-to-use pre-formed blocks simply fit onto rods for housing in our durable bait stations, which are specifically designed for this purpose. This ensures that the bait remains secure, avoiding contact with non-target species, as well as pets and children.
- If you are baiting externally and/or within public areas, it is required that all baits are to be contained within lockable bait stations. These can be purchased separately or as a package.
- Place up to 60g of blocks in a our mice bait boxes contained within our pack, and place stations along affected routes at 5-10 meter intervals.
- You will need to check the bait boxes every 5-7 days and replenish the poison blocks as necessary until no more bait is taken.
1 x Opkill Blocks 300g (15 x 20g blocks) Bromadiolone 0.0025% w/w and denatonium benzoate 0.001% w/w
Uk Registration: UK-2016-0986-0006
The rodenticide industry, acting as a whole, has recognised the need to address the concerns surrounding the responsible use of rodenticides and the need to ensure that rodenticides are used correctly and in ways that will minimise the exposure of wildlife. The industry has therefore initiated the Campaign for Responsible Rodenticide Use (CRRU).