Syngenta: Demand CS insecticide 10-gallon drum


March 12, 2024



Syngenta is launching the new Demand CS insecticide 10-gallon drum as a state-of-the art packaging solution designed to make pest control storage and applications simpler for pest management professionals (PMPs). The new drum, capable of mixing up to 6,400 gallons of finished dilution, offers PMPs the convenience of Demand CS in a bulk option. Features of the new 10-gallon drum include:

• A simple, gravity-fed dispensing nozzle that doesn’t require an electric pump.
• A built-in impeller to simplify the mixing process, helping ensure product uniformity and reducing exposure.
• An ergonomic design, which allows easy stacking and storage.

“Two keys to effective pest control are industry-leading formulated products and well-designed equipment,” Marshall Gaster, head of marketing for Professional Pest Management at Syngenta, said in a news release. “The Demand CS 10-gallon drum delivers both by offering PMPs a tried-and-true solution with innovative new packaging to help them better service their accounts.”

Demand CS helps control more than 30 pests, including ants, cockroaches, bed bugs and more. Microcaps containing the active ingredient, lambda-cyhalothrin, release immediately and over time for long-lasting residual control for up to 90 days. Even when used at its low rate, Demand CS can distribute more than 10,000 microcaps per square inch of treated surface area.

Join the conversation with Syngenta Pest on LinkedIn, Facebook and X using the hashtag #DemandCS.

About Syngenta PPM

Based in Greensboro, N.C., the U.S. Syngenta Professional Pest Management division is part of Syngenta Group, a worldwide manufacturer headquartered in Switzerland. Among its many initiatives, Syngenta actively partners with conservation groups around the world to maintain natural environments and eradicate pests that threaten native species. As a developer of innovative pest control products, Syngenta works with conservationists to provide solutions to aid wildlife recovery efforts that help communities boost nature-based tourism and fuel economic growth.

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