Supa-Kill Tunnel Bait Station - Scientific Supa-Kill

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TAMPER PROOF BAIT STATIONS
Tamper Proof Bait Stations are very versatile, they are suitable for use virtually anywhere, i.e. inside homes, gardens, poultry farms, piggeries and industry.
It can be placed flat or upright allowing rodent’s access through the holes provided.
Supa-Kill Granular Bait, Supa-Kill Blocks as well as Supa-Kill Liquid can be used inside the bait station.
The bait stations are lockable.
SUPA-KILL TUNNEL BAIT STATION
Step-by-Step Assembly Instructions
STEP 1
What you would need...

Supa-Kill Tunnel Bait Station
Concrete Stepping stone or similar
2 x Wall Plug And Screw (we used 6mm x 30mm)
1 x drill bit 6mm (or the diameter of the wall plug you have)
1 x screw driver
1 x pencil
1 x drilling machine.
STEP 2
Reason for stepping stone...

The Supa-Kill tunnel Bait Station can be secured onto any item. We recommend a stepping stone as they are cost effective look nice and can be move around. The Supa-Kill tunnel Bait Station requires a gap between the wall when open, the stepping stone allows you to move it backwards to open it for servicing.
STEP 3
Opening the Supa-Kill tunnel Bait Station...

Apply a small amount of pressure as indicated in the picture to open the bait station. We have decided to do away with a “lock and key” as they are most times ineffective. The clips you see, are just to close the Supa-Kill tunnel Bait Station. We use a cable tie to lock the Supa-Kill tunnel Bait Station as shown in the next few pictures.
STEP 4
What is inside the Supa-Kill tunnel Bait Station...

You will find a wire pin to secure the Supa-Kill Bait Blocks to and a cable tie to lock the Supa-Kill tunnel Bait Station with. You will need to purchase additional cable ties for future servicing.
STEP 5
Attaching the Supa-Kill tunnel Bait Station to the stepping stone...

Place the Supa-Kill tunnel Bait Station at the edge on the stepping stone as Rodents will always use the walls as their run ways. Mark the stepping stone with the pencil one you are happy with your positioning using either 2 or 4 holes provided in the Supa-Kill tunnel Bait Station.
STEP 6
Drill Holes marked with your pencil.
STEP 7
Attach the Supa-Kill tunnel Bait Station...

Using the 6mm plugs (or the size pugs you have). Push the plugs into the stepping stone. Then place the Supa-Kill tunnel Bait Station into position to screw the screws into the plugs.
STEP 8
Placing Supa-Kill Bait Blocks...

Using a clean plastic bag or gloves, place the Supa-Kill Bait Blocks onto the wire pin provided through the wholes in the block. We recommend using 3 to 4 blocks in each bait station as you are never sure on your Rodent population. The reason we suggest using a clean bag or gloves, is we don’t want contamination on the block as the rodent has a very keen sense of smell and for your safety.
STEP 9
Close the Supa-Kill tunnel Bait Station...

Close the Supa-Kill tunnel Bait Station by pressing down the lid.
STEP 10
Attaching the cable tie...

Next to the clips that hold the lid in place you will find 2 holes (as per diagram on label). Please use cable tie provided through both holes to secure your Supa-Kill tunnel Bait Station (as per diagram on label).
STEP 11
Trimming the cable tie...

It is recommended to trim the cable tie once tightened. (choking hazard for your pets).
STEP 12
Placing the Supa-Kill tunnel Bait Station...

Preferably place the Supa-Kill tunnel Bait Station against walls, rodents will mostly travel against the walls.
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Placing your Supa-Kill tunnel Bait Station discreetly.

By removing the label, your Supa-Kill tunnel Bait Station blends into the surrounding and become more discrete.
Weather resistant.

Your Supa-Kill tunnel Bait Station is weather resistant to a certain extent and will protect your Supa-Kill Bait Blocks through most of the season. It is recommended that you check your Supa-Kill tunnel Bait Stations on a monthly bases for Rodent activity and replace blocks as needed. Should you find Rodent activity please inspect and replenish your Supa-Kill Bait Blocks more frequently. Note: Rats are incontinent, which means they urinate while eating. Rodent urine is warning to other rats to not eat that food. Should you notice rodents in the area but no blocks are being eaten, It may be at some stage that a rat may have urinated onto the Supa-Kill Bait Blocks while feeding. If this is the case please clean out the Supa-Kill tunnel Bait Station and replace with new Supa-Kill Bait Blocks.
CONTACT US:
Tel: +27 11 394-3941
Fax: +27 11 394-3939
PHYSICAL ADDRESS:
8 Derrick Road
Spartan
Kempton Park, 1619
Distributors:
Distributors into the Hardware, Supermarket, Nursery, Spaza Shop & koöp industry.
Distributors to the Poultry & Piggery Farms.


POSTAL ADDRESS:
P.O. Box 8020
Edleen
1625

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