Rodent Control:

A continuous and frustrating pest, rats and bandicoots have defied man's ingenuity for long at home and in offices or eating-place. They damage structures, electrical circuits, clothes, books, and papers and contaminate food articles. They are carriers of frightening diseases like typhoid, rat fever, Maurine typhus, leptopsoriasis, rickettsial pox, trichinosis, dysentery, meningitis and the deadly plague.


To combat the menace of the rodents there are three methods:
  • 1. Acute-Toxic
  • 2. Low Toxic
  • 3. Non-Toxic
Acute-Toxic

This method is used to control rats in open spaces outside the buildings. This is used against Norway Rats, which generally stay in Nalas and dustbins. The rats die within minutes due to the Phosphine gas released by our chemical. This is very effective against Bandicoots. The disadvantage is we cannot overcome the bait shy character of rats; and bait rotation has to be done very frequently.

Low Toxic:

This method uses the second-generation anti-coagulants, which are effective after the very first dose. They eliminate the bait-shy among rodents, as the target does not die immediately unlike in the acute toxic method. The rats affected by the Anti-Coagulants come out into the open and die eliminating the risk of stinking.

Non-toxic:

In this method glue pads, mechanical traps, runway traps etc are used which making it completely safe for people as well as pets.

  • a) Second-generation anti-coagulants with bromadiolone 0.25%CB
  • b) Low toxic and harmless to other Pests.
  • c) Does not include bait shyness
  • d) Tends to make rats come out in the open and die.
  • e) Non-toxic methods used are : Deploying Glue boards, Snap traps, mechanical traps, runway traps

IPMS(India)Pvt. Ltd. is one of the leading Pest Control providers.

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