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Zig Zag Refill for Automatic Dispensers
Insecticide against flying and crawling insects for Automatic Dispensers

Contents: 250 ml.
Dimensions: 6,5×14,8

When inserted in the special Automatic Dispenser a small quantity of insecticide is sprayed at constant intervals so as to keep an average-sized room, even a ventilated one, free from insects.

Instructions: put the can in its seat inside the Automatic Dispenser. Set the timing as desired an activate the Dispenser, which must be positioned as high up as possible, in such a way as to diffuse the product throughout the space involved. Several Automatic Dispensers should be used for deodorizing quite large spaces.

Where to use it: Automatic dispenser for air in room.

Where not to use it: foods and containers for food. On flames or incandescent bodies.

Operating principle: The product acts by contact and ingestion.

Notes: A single product against both flying and crawling insects = SAVING. Fast action in space and long persistence in time: this means treating the environment less often = EVEN MORE SAVING and LESS POLLUTION.

Respect the environment: Does not contain gases and propellants that are damaging for the ozone layer.

Certifications: A Medical Product


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Home disinfestant insecticide in microcapsules for flying and crawling insects.

Contents: 500 ml.
Dimensions: 6,8×25,5

ODOURLESS long-lasting liquid insecticide guaranteed by the micro-encapsulation which permits slow release of the active principle, in a bottle with pump (no gas). Against cockroaches, ticks, bugs, fleas, mites, ants, woodworms, flies and mosquitoes. Its formulation and gas-free dispenser means the product is not dispersed in the air but only deposited where it is dispensed, making it ideal for use in homes where there are children and pets. Not for use in places frequented by cats.

Instructions: Shake well before use so that the active principle, which is normally deposited on the bottom, is distributed throughout the bottle (otherwise most of it would be distributed the first time it is used so that all the later treatments would be ineffective). Spray Habitat on the walls, floors, ceilings, cracks, fissures, rugs and doormats and in all the places in which insects can nest.

Where to use it: Walls, floors, ceilings, fissures, cracks, rugs, doormats and anywhere insects nest.

Where not to use it: foods and containers for food. In places where cats can be found.

Operating principle: Habitat’s main active principle is MICROENCAPSULATED. The microcapsules attack the feet and antennae of insects which do not die immediately (as this is a “slow release” product, one in which the active principle is released only when the solvent evaporates), and so they have time to return to the nest and contaminate the entire colony. The product mainly acts by contact but also by ingestion.

Notes: Against both flying and crawling insects. As Habitat’s active principle is MICROENCAPSULATED it is only issued when the solvent (water) evaporates. It is therefore less harmful during treatments. It is odourless.

Respect the environment: A water-based product, it does not contain organic solvents (deemed to be highly pollutant)


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