Protecta Keyless Mouse Bait Stations
Protecta Keyless Mouse Bait Stations have a tamper-resistance lid that does not need a key. The station locks with a twist of the lid. Protecta Keyless Mouse Bait Stations hold two rodent bait blocks. The tamper resistant lid allows the mouse to enter for the bait, but keeps non targeted animals and children away from the bait.
Solid and Clear Top Choices
These tamper resistant mouse bait stations come in clear tops for easy visibility or solid tops for a hidden view.
Quick, Easy Monitoring (No Key Required)
Tamper-resistance without a key, Protecta Keyless Bait Station makes servicing easy. The station locks with a quick twist of the lid and unlocks with a coordinated squeeze and twist. Designed to facilitate grasping and opening, Protecta Keyless Bait Station has six finger-sized indentations in the lid.
Three Separate Entry Points
Protecta Keyless Bait Station features three entry points for mice. Each entry has its own feeding station, which allows multiple mice to feed simultaneously. The station's three entrances use a unique interior baffle system that gives mice full bait access and a protected feeding space at the same time. "In areas of high rodent pressure, a single mouse can dominate the feeding chamber, thereby reducing a bait station's overall effectiveness," said Pete Martin, technical director at Bell Labs. Protecta Keyless bait stations, with their distinctive three entry and feeding chambers, eliminates the natural alpha mouse dominance; making it more effective for the whole mice population.
Versatility of Use
Protecta Keyless bait station offers versatility. It can be used along walls, in corners--virtually anywhere you need to bait. The station's compact size also makes it adaptable. By measuring only 2 inches tall by 4 3/4 inches wide, Protecta Keyless fits under pallets, shelves, and other hard to reach places. Protecta Keyless Mouse Bait Station holds up to two Bell Blox on integrated securing rods; allowing more bait in areas of high rodent pressure. The rods keep the bait safe from translocation or from being shaken out.