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ONE PRODUCT, MANY PESTS

Temprid 75 is registered for use against more than 15 pests, making it a valuable everyday tool for pest managers.

When choosing a general purpose insecticide, it really must deliver performance on the five main pests; ants, cockroaches, spiders, bed bugs and flies. However, you never know what you may find during an inspection, so a ‘go to’ product must also deliver on the minor pests such as fleas, clothes moths, millipedes, mosquitoes, silverfish, carpet beetles, and stored product pests.

Temprid is a general residual insecticide registered the management of more than 15 pests, meaning pest managers dealing with general pest problems only need the one spray product in the toolkit.

Temprid is a suspension concentrate that offers a unique dual mode of action, by combining two powerful and effective residual insecticides, beta-cyfluthrin and imidacloprid. Temprid uses HAS Technology (Homogenised Active Solution) to combine both actives via a unique milling process, to ensure the two actives work together to maximum effect.

Temprid was first launched in the US market, where its performance has resulted in market leading positions, especially for bed bug control. Temprid has now been on the market in Australia for over four years and has also established itself as a leading product for professional pest management.

Temprid has outstanding residual performance when applied correctly. For fleas and many of the minor pests, every effort must be made to try and locate the source of the problem and potential harbourages. This will often mean a very thorough inspection and moving furniture, boxes and clothes. However, actually locating the source of the problem can be difficult, so treatment of all likely habitation areas with a fine insecticide mist, is key to success.

Daryle Swarz, Pest Market Manager, Bayer