FAQs

POPULAR QUESTIONS

The rat can be trapped, and dispatched without touching the rat at all. After the rat is dispatched, you must dispose of it in accordance with your local environmental regulations.

At the trapping stage, you can simply let the animal free. You will only need to dispatch the vermin you have targeted.

The method used is called Hypoxia which is the term for lowering oxygen levels which causes the rat to feel drowsy, then it induces sleep and a painless demise follows shortly after.

No, unlike board/glue traps which starve the rat and unlike poison or snap traps which cause incredible pain to the rat, our method is non violent and takes approximately 5 minutes to give the rat a painless demise.

Our dispatching chamber is able to dispatch 2 rats at a time, and will give a rate of 20 deaths per hour.