CB 80 Insecticide Aerosol
CB-80 has earned an outstanding reputation for ultra-fast knock down and kill of cockroaches and over 20 other pests. It is ideal as a space or crack and crevice spray. CB-80 boasts a broad list of use areas, including restaurants and other food-handling establishments, meat packing and food processing plants, food storage areas, hospitals, supermarkets, motels and hotels, residences, utilities, and transportation equipments.
CB-80 is acetone-free, compliant with all current VOC standards and contains no ozone-depleting substances. The propellant and solvent have been designed to dissipate harmlessly in the air, eliminating the concern for ozone damage. CB-80 can be applied around electrical junction boxes.
CB 80 and Pyrethrins
CB 80 contains pyrethrins, which come from chrysanthemum flowers. Pyrethrins have a low order of toxicity to warm-blooded animals and can be used in the home. CB 80 also has a synergist called piperonly botoxide, that increases the killing power of the pyrethrin. Pyrethrin aerosols like CB 80 are approved to be used around foodstuffs and is one of the safest insecticides to use in food plants. Pyrethrin also possesses substantial inherent repellency of insects. As an effective repellent, the pyrethrins in CB 80 will drive flies outside as well. Pyrethrin and the synergists are biodegradable and rapidly disintegrate in sunlight and air, thus assuring you that there will be no excessive build-up of insecticides dispensed in the area being treated.
CB 80 Pyrethrum Aerosol - Top Features
- 0.50% Pyrethrins
- 4% PBO, technical
- Crack and crevice tip
- Quick knock down.
- A more economical alternative would be V One Pyrethrum Aerosol
- USDS approval
- Kills a multitude of crawling or flying insects.
- CB 80 has an excellent flushing action and its compact size makes it ideal for use in inspections
What is the difference between CB-80 and CB-80 Extra ?
There is no distinguishable difference. Pyrethrin is the active ingredient in CB-80. Kenya grows about 90% of the world's pryethrin supply. Due to crop failures and political unrest there has been an ongoing shortage of pyrethrin. Australia has entered the market and has a small but growing pyrethrin industry. International trade laws make them differently label the products which contain pyrethrin grown in Africa vs. that grown in Australia. Pyrethrin Plus label denotes that the product contains a mixture of Australian and African pyrethrins. As far as performance there is no difference.