Coopex Insecticidal Dust 10kg
Control a wide range of pests using Coopex Insecticidal Dust 10kg! Containing the active ingredient permethrin and a unique hydrophobic carrier, for a longer active period.
Containing 1% permethrin which provides fantastic control of insect pests by penetrating deep into inaccessible voids to give you long-term protection.
The hydrophobic carrier used in Coopex will not absorb moisture so your dust will remain active for a longer period. Moisture from the atmosphere or environment will clog up other dust formulations preventing the active ingredient from doing its job.
Our unique hydrophobic carrier remains dry and fluffy and will never cake together.
It is highly potent in attacking the insect’s nervous system and is one of the least hazardous insecticides to use around humans, meaning it is a safe but effective weapon against almost all insects. Moreover, the product is ready to use insecticidal dust.
Coopex Insecticidal Dust leaves no permanent residue and breaks down automatically within the environment and it is one of the leading products of its type in the pest control marketplace. The high-quality formulation ensures consistent application and results. Besides, it is safer to use around electrical equipment and on surfaces that would absorb a spray.
This product is best applied using a powder duster, which will give you an even distribution of the product which will mean the best results! This popular formulation also complements all forms of liquid spray programs that you may currently be using, and it also ensures a property is fully protected from insect pests. Since liquid sprays cannot deal with every pest situation, meaning Coopex Insecticidal Dust is an essential addition to any chemical armoury to ensure residual insect control.
Unlike a spray, the fine particles of Coopex Insecticidal Dust will reach deep down into cracks and crevices. These are spaces that cannot be reached with a regular liquid spray treatment.
- carpet beetles
- bird mites
- hide beetles
- mushroom sciarid flies
- European wasps
- feral honey bee
- potato moth
- subterranean termites