Liphatech: Block Party


May 24, 2024



Now through June 30, 2024, earn instant savings off units of Liphatech mini block products with a purchase, including Generation mini blocks, BlueMax mini blocks, Maki mini blocks and TakeDown II mini blocks.

The more units of Generation, BlueMax, Maki and TakeDown II purchased, the bigger the savings. Pest management professionals (PMPs) can instantly receive $10 off per case of four 4-pound bags of Generation purchased; $10 off per 16-pound pail of Generation, BlueMax or Maki bait purchased; and $5 off per 4-pound bag of TakeDown II purchased. There is no limit on the amount purchased, and multiple purchases are allowed.

Liphatech’s family of mini blocks gives PMPs choices and solutions to effectively control rodents amidst a variety of infestation scenarios. Generation, BlueMax and Maki mini blocks are formulated with second-generation anticoagulants, while TakeDown II mini blocks harness the power of an acute rodenticide.

Liphatech’s “Block Party” is open to PMPs in the U.S. who purchase from the following Liphatech distributors: Agri-Turf, Bug Off, BWI, Carolina PCO, Chemtech, Essco, Forshaw, Helena, Heritage, Oldham, Pest Management Supply, Pro Pest Products, SiteOne, Target or Veseris.

About Liphatech

With U.S. headquarters based in Milwaukee, Wis., Liphatech is a worldwide manufacturer of pest control products. It is considered to be the developer of three of the industry’s active ingredients: chlorophacinone, bromadiolone and difethialone. The company was founded in France in 1946 io develop anticoagulants for the treatment of heart patients. It developed chlorophacinone in the 1960s and branded it as Rozol, a family of products that includes grain and pelleted products for field and structural use, and a tracking powder for use in and around structures. In the 1970s, Liphatech developed bromadiolone, its original second-generation rodenticide active ingredient.

The innovations continued with the opening of its U.S. facility in 1987. Research there and in Europe resulted in the discovery of difethialone during the late 1980s, with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency registration as an active ingredient in 1995.

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