ALPINE PRESSURIZED 20 OZ CAN

  • Price $22.05 EACH

Alpine Pressurized Insecticide is a Reduced Risk nonrepellent aerosol for control of crawling and flying insects.  All Alpine formulations contain the active ingredient dinotefuran, a new nonrepellent to the pest control industry that the EPA has granted reduced-risk status for public health use.  Alpine PT Insecticide Aerosol is a contact kill (non-residual) insecticide for use as a crack and crevice, void, spot, or injection treatment for listed pests.

NOT FOR SALE IN: CA, NON US LOCATIONS

HOW ALPINE PT INSECTICIDE AEROSOL WORKS

Alpine PT Insecticide Aerosol is a pressurized insecticide with the Reduced-Risk and non-repellent active ingredient dinotefuran. Dinotefuran works through contact and ingestion and disrupts insect nervous systems for fast, effective control. Dinotefuran is a newer active ingredient in the class of insecticides called neonicotinoids, disrupting the insects’ nervous system and causing paralysis and death. Products with dinotefuran, such as the PT Alpine line, are granted an official “Reduced Risk” status by the EPA.

Dinotefuran kills pests on contact. Pests must be directly contacted at time of application in order to be effective. Alpine PT Insecticide Aerosol is a reduced risk nonrepellent aerosol, so it should be considered effective as a contact spray only.

TARGET PESTS

Ants, carpenter ants, bed bugs, Asian lady beetles, boxelder bugs, crickets, stored product pests, pantry pests, roaches, silverfish, fruit flies, phorid flies, stink bugs.

PESTS CONTROLLED: Ants (including foraging Carpenter, Fire, Harvester and Pharaoh Ants), Asian Lady Beetles, Bed Bugs, Booklice, Boxelder Bugs, Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs, Clover Mites, Cluster Flies, Crickets, Dermestids, Drugstore Beetles, Earwigs, Elm Leaf Beetles, Flour Beetles (Red and Confused), Fruit Flies, German Cockroaches, Grain Weevils, Indianmeal Moths, Millipedes, Phorid Flies, Pillbugs, Powder Post Beetles, Silverfish, Sowbugs, Spiders (excluding Black Widow), Springtails and Trogoderma.