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We supply a range of rat bait boxes used for the safe application of rat poison in different forms including grain baits, pasta baits and block baits. These lockable units are for use in more sensitive areas, and open trays for use in dark secure spaces to encourage rodent feeding. Rat bait boxes can also be used to hold a rat trap.

The bait boxes we sell are for both professional and amateur use and are of excellent quality, manufactured from impact resistant injection moulded plastic.

How it works

All rodenticides should be handled and applied according to manufacturers instructions. Look at our rodenticide safety guide for more information.

Bait boxes should be placed in areas of rat activity and spaced according to the size of rodent infestation. For help, or more information, on our rat bait boxes please contact our friendly team.

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    What do I need to consider when choosing a bait box?

    All bait boxes keep bait secure and safe from non-target species. They are all lockable. All can be used with rodenticide in grain or block form, and all will take a conventional trap. Choice is based on 

  • aesthetics
  • which rat trap, if any, you want to use
  • where you need to place the bait box
  • How do I open the rat bait box?

    When you purchase a rat bait box you will receive a key, free of charge. To open the bait box you need to insert the key and twist it to release the latch. If you need a spare / replacement key,  please get in touch with us.

    How to set up a rat bait station effectively
    Baiting your rat bait station will depend on the one purchased, however, most operate in a similar way. Once you have unlocked the box you will notice vertical or horizontal rods. These are used to secure block type bait or pasta bait if you are using that formulation. Blocks have a pre-formed hole through the centre, pasta bait is squishy enough to skewer onto the rods. Once the bait is secured close the lid and use the key to lock the box. Loose grain bait can also be placed in these boxes,  as can a spring trap, depending on the box you have chosen.
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