Introducing PT 221L Pressurized Insecticide, a remarkable insecticide manufactured by BASF. This aerosol is designed to provide an exceptional residual control solution for a wide range of crawling and flying pests, including carpenter ants and wood wasps.
The active ingredient, lambda cyhalothrin, belongs to a group of chemicals known as pyrethroids. It targets the central nervous system of insects, leading to paralysis and eventual demise.
PT 221L Pressurized Insecticide contains a low concentration of the active ingredient, specifically at 0.05%. This allows for safe application in sensitive areas such as food processing plants. Despite the low concentration, it delivers a long-lasting residual effect for up to 21 days, effectively managing both current and future pest infestations.
Choose PT 221L Pressurized Insecticide to combat crawling and flying pests, ensuring effective control and lasting protection in various environments.
PT 221L Pressurized Insecticidel is conveniently packaged in a ready-to-use aerosol can, requiring no additional tools for application.
How to Apply:
Step 1: Begin by inspecting and identifying the pest you wish to treat. Take note of the active areas where they are present or hiding. Before application, give the PT 221L Pressurized Insecticidel can a thorough shake.
Step 2: Apply the aerosol as a spot treatment in the areas where you have observed insect activity or infestations. If visible, you can also directly spray the insects themselves. Hold the container upright while spraying and maintain a distance of approximately 12 inches from the surface being treated.
Step 3: An alternative method is to use the injector tip provided with the spray to treat cracks and crevices. Insert the injector tip into cracks, crevices, holes, and other small openings, and apply the spray for 1 second. For light infestations, move the injector tip along cracks at a rate of 3 linear feet per second. For heavier infestations, move the injector tip along at a rate of 1 linear foot per second.
Step 4: For ongoing control, reapply PT 221L Pressurized Insecticidel at intervals of 21 days after the initial application. Additionally, promptly treat new ant nests as they appear.
By following these steps, you can effectively utilize PT 221L Pressurized Insecticidel to treat and manage pests in the desired areas.
Recommended Usage Areas:
PT 221L Pressurized Insecticide offers flexible application methods as both a crack and crevice treatment, as well as a spot treatment, effectively targeting a wide range of insects. It can be safely used in numerous environments, including apartments, campgrounds, food storage areas, homes, hospitals, hotels, meat packing and food processing plants, motels, nursing homes, resorts, restaurants, and other food handling establishments. Additionally, it is suitable for use in schools, supermarkets, transportation equipment (such as buses, boats, ships, trains, trucks, and planes), utilities, warehouses, and other commercial and industrial buildings.
However, please note the following usage restrictions. PT 221L Pressurized Insecticide should be used exclusively in cargo areas and must not be applied in aircraft cabins or occupied hospital patient rooms. It should not be used in rooms occupied by the elderly or infirm, and classrooms should not be treated while in use. Moreover, exercise caution and refrain from applying this product to institutions, including libraries and sports facilities, in the immediate presence of occupants.
By following these guidelines, PT 221L Pressurized Insecticide can effectively control insects in various settings, ensuring safety and appropriate use.
When to Apply:
When confronted with a severe pest infestation at your home or place of business, PT 221L Pressurized Insecticide is a recommended solution. Insect pests can remain active throughout the year, with heightened activity during the summer through fall seasons.
To achieve optimal outcomes, it is advisable to apply the insecticide when the temperature ranges between 65 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit. Alternatively, consider early morning or late evening hours for application, as these times are conducive to effective pest control.
When used in accordance with the instructions on the product label, PT 221L Pressurized Insecticide is considered safe for use around children and pets. However, it is essential to always follow the recommended guidelines. Additionally, ensure your safety by wearing the appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) when handling and applying the product.
After application, allow all treated areas to dry completely before use to ensure effectiveness.
Please note that PT 221L Pressurized Insecticide should not be used directly on pets.
Things to Consider:
It is important to be aware that this product is toxic to fish, birds, and other wildlife. Therefore, it should only be applied as directed on the label. Additionally, it is crucial to note that the spray can cause damage to plant foliage.
Ingredient - lambda-Cyhalothrin 0.05%
Ants, Bed Bugs, Booklice, Boxelder Bugs, Carpenter Ants, Carpenter Bees, Centipedes, Clover Mites, Cluster Flies, Cockroaches, Crickets, Earwigs, Fire Ants, Millipedes, Scorpions, Silverfish, Spiders, Springtails, Above-Ground Termites, Ticks, Wood Infesting Borers and Beetles and Wood Wasps
* See label for complete list
|For use in||
Apartments, Campgrounds, Food Storage Areas, Homes, Hospitals, Hotels, Meat Packing and Food Processing Plants, Motels, Nursing Homes, Resorts, Restaurants and other Food Handling Establishments, Schools, Supermarkets, Transportation Equipment (Buses, Boats, Ships, Trains, Trucks, Planes), Utilities, Warehouses, and other Commercial and Industrial Buildings
|Application||Indoor and Outdoor and for crack and crevice and spot treatments|
Yes, if used as directed on Label
|Shipping Weight||1.46 lbs|
|Manufacturer||BASF (Mfg. Number: 59011783)|