Wednesday, 5 October 2005
Press Release: Exosect Hits The Right Note With Successful Launch Of Exosex CLM
...Outlines The Latest Development In The Management Of The Clothes Moth To Industry Leaders From The Arts And Heritage Sector...
Exosect, a leading technology provider of environmentally conscious insect pest control, recently introduced Exosex CLM: the latest product using Exosect's innovative auto-confusion technique. Together with its UK distribution partner Enviroguard, Exosect clearly impressed industry leaders from the arts and heritage sectors at the recent product presentation at the Royal Opera House.
Exosex CLM is designed to manage the population of the clothes moth through a non-intrusive pheromone technique that can be used to reduce the need for chemical spraying or fumigation. This technique was well received by organisations where the clothes moth causes significant problems in anything from fabric storage, costume displays to felt lined flooring.
Representatives from organisations such as The National Trust, English Heritage, Madame Tussauds and the Imperial War Museum attended the launch to learn more about the latest development in the management of the destructive clothes moth.
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Posted by Ian Peel at 10:44 am