Rodent Tracker -
Will Show You
Where The Rodents,
Mice, Rats, Squirrels
are coming in!
Like Having
Rodent Radar!
Excellence
In Rodent
Control
Here Is How Rodent Tracker Works!
To Order or Questions
Call Toll Free 1 855 410 8797
Who we are?

Paris Group Inc.
Specializes in Rodent Control and Elimination.
Using our 2 amazing products; the Raticator and the Rodent Tracker.

If you need to find out how these rats and mice are coming into your home or business,
then the Rat Tracker is for you!

Canadian Office: 1180 Stellar Drive, Unit 3, Newmarket ON. L3Y 7B9
USA Office: 2299 Kenmore Ave, Buffalo NY 14207

Call 1 855 410 8797 or 416 410 8797
Pricing and some more Rodent Tracker Information:
More Pictures Of The Rodent Tracker In Action!
See Our Other Product The Raticator! (you need both plus some steel wool to get the edge over rodents)
Rodent Tracker Home Page
Order Total Rodent Elimination (both The Ratzapper and the Rodent Tracker together).
Order Rodent Tracker (by itself or with the Raticator as a combo)
Order The Raticator(by itself)
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Directions Using Rodent Tracker

Wearing gloves and a dust mask during handling of the rodent
detection stations is recommended. However, the powder used
in the stations is environmentally-friendly, completely non-toxic
and rated by the FDA as safe for use in food handling areas
and as an indirect food additive.
Placement Spacing

In all interior applications the, rodent detection stations should
be placed 15' to 25' apart. For exterior applications, placement
should be no more than 15' apart.

Interior Use

The use of this rodent detection and tracking system is
intended to monitor rodent activity anywhere this activity is
suspected: in basements, crawl spaces, attics, garages, out
buildings, warehouses, food processing plants, storage
facilities, restaurants and offices. Each station has an access
point at each end, which have been sealed for transport. These
must be opened at time of installation.
Basements: place the rodent detection system stations on
foundation walls where the stations fit and can be secured if
needed.

Crawlspaces: place the rodent detection system stations on or
along the foundation walls.

Attics: placement of the rodent detection system stations
should be along the reachable perimeter walls.

Garages / Out Buildings: placement of the rodent detection
system should be along the interior perimeter walls.
Exterior Use

Walk along the exterior of the structure you are
inspecting, placing the stations along the
perimeter wall approximately every 15’ apart
where rodent ativity is suspected.

Placing on clean solid ground will produce better
results than an area littered with leaves and or
thick foliage. Some landscape pruning may be
needed to set the rodent detection system
stations down properly and to follow the rodent’s
activity during inspections. Each station has an
access point at each end, which have been sealed
for transport. These must be opened at time of
installation.
Inspection

Inspect preferably after dusk or pre-dawn approximately 3 to 7 days after
installation. In outdoor applications, inspect during dry weather. If heavy rain
is in the same day forecast, it is best to delay initial setting.

Each rodent detection system area should be checked thoroughly. In
addition to checking the stations on the perimeter for activity with the UV
flashlight, special attention should be paid to the underside of shingles,
missing foundation masonry, door bottoms, etc. A second and third
inspection is recommended at 7 to 10 day intervals until all locations are
found. Life expectancy of the bait is approximately 4 to 8 weeks. This will
vary depending on the amount of rodents in the area and moisture. Discard
after use in a safe manor subject to state or local ordinances.

Prior to or during the sealing of all holes found it may be necessary to set
rodent traps in the structure being inspected to remove the rodent
population. Traps should be set in active areas inside the structure adjacent
to exterior access points found and all traps should be set per trap label,
also safe and out of the way of children and pests. Humane mouse traps
can also be set in the same fashion. Check all traps daily.

Permanent sealing products will need to be procured depending on where
and how big these access points are. Some recommended products are
Hydrolic Cement, and ¼” galvanized hardware cloth or copper mesh for
interior use (only). Soft materials like expanding foam are not a solution for
hole filling.


The rodent detection system system can be used as monitors during
regular pest services and inspections. It is important to view the bait through
the side holes. When empty, new stations will need to be ordered.
Testimony

Fairfield County Business Journal, “Not another mousetrap -
Exterminator’s system tracks tiny feet with glowing powder”

WCBS TV New York, Dec. 26, 2006 "Man Uses CSI Techniques to
Catch Critters"