Rodent Repeller

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Go Green! All of the Innovative Technology Ultrasonic Rodent Repellers are specifically designed to humanely repel rats & mice. Mice and rats are the most common indoor rodent pest problem encountered by consumers worldwide.

Why Our Rodent Repellers Work. 
Rodents are the most common pest problem worldwide.  They eat and infect foodstuffs, cause damage and fires from chewed wiring, and spread diseases such as Hanta Virus.  Prior to the development of ultrasonic rodent repellers by Sonic Technology 30 years ago, the only methods of rodent control carried a heavy price.

Traps and poisons can endanger children and pets.  Snap traps are inhumane and require handling of potentially disease-ridden rodents.  Poisons cause rodents to either retreat into the walls to die and decay…or die outdoors, where they, in turn, can poison other pets or predators.  Additionally, neither traps nor poisons provide a long-term solution. Rodents simply increase breeding to replace rodents lost to poisons or traps.  It’s an unending cycle.

Go Green and Make an Impact! Our Ultrasonic Rodent Repellers emphasize non-toxic prevention, rather than elimination.  Our Rodent Repellers produce high frequency ultrasonic waves in a swept frequency, constantly changing 60 to 80 times a second between 32 and 64 kHz.  To a rodent, it sounds like a jack-hammer…a sound to which rodents cannot acclimate.  This creates an acoustically hostile environment that repels rodents, causing them to move to other areas that are not sound-protected.  Even those that are especially tough and refuse to move will become more stressed and less trap-wary, making it easier to trap them out. This may require several weeks, but the result will usually be a rodent-free area with totally free or minimal use of poisons and traps. It’s the Environmentally Friendly Pest Control Product.

How Ultrasound Works. Ultrasound is a very fragile wavelength that can be easily  blocked and will attenuate or dissipate to ineffectiveness after approximately 25 or 30 feet.  Ultrasound gains its effectiveness by hitting hard surfaces, such as walls,  floors, windows, counters, etc. to rebound and fill an area with the sound.  On the other hand, absorbent materials, such as drapes, carpets and upholstered furniture will absorb the sound echoes and diminish the effectiveness.  The physical properties of ultrasound do not allow the sound to penetrate walls or go around corners…it will only work in the room (up to about 800 square feet) that the rodent repeller is placed in. 

Safe to Use Around Humans and Non-Rodent Pets!  Because rodents are at the bottom of the food chain, they have developed extraordinarily sensitive hearing, up to 90 kHz, as a survival
 mechanism.  Humans normally hear up to about 20 kHz and most other animals, such as dogs and cats, can perceive sounds up to about 27 kHz.  Our Ultrasonic Rodent Repellers broadcast in the 32 to 62 kHz range…well into the hearing range of rodents, but above that of people and pets.

Know Your Rodents! Rodent skeletons are basically cartilage, allowing mice to squeeze through holes the size of dimes and rats through holes the size of quarters.  They can also jump great distances.  Primarily nocturnal, rodents prefer to scavenge at night, and they generally feel more comfortable traveling along a wall rather than in open space.  They are wily and wary, and it is for good reason that they are plentiful and ubiquitous.

How to Best Utilize Your Rodent Repellers. Because ultrasound gains its efficacy by bouncing off of hard surfaces to fill the area with sound, your Rodent Repeller will have little effect when used outside or in covered areas without solid walls.  The ultrasound will dissipate within 25 feet to the point where rodents will simply stay further away.  Use a Rodent Repeller in any room where food is prepared, served or stored…or any room where you see evidence of rodent activity.  In a kitchen, for example, it is best to open cabinet doors at night (when rodents are active) to allow the ultrasound to fill cabinets.  Otherwise, rodents will be able to move around within the cabinets, protected from the ultrasound by the cabinet doors.

In garages and basements, where boxes and other storage containers are usually stored, it is best to raise containers off the floor.  This allows the ultrasound to travel underneath and avoids “sound shadows”…areas where rodents can be protected from the sound by boxes and other barriers.

It is always best to remove or properly store food, including pet food.  The goal is to drive rodents away…and despite the constant jack-hammer sound that the rodents will hear, an easy source of food may sometimes be enough to entice rodents to make short trips into protected areas to collect and remove food.

Compare our Rodent Repellers with Any Others!
  • Non-toxic
  • Safe to use around children and non-rodent pets
  • Ultrasonic signal continually changes between 32 and 64 kHz. Rodents can’t adapt!
  • Repels rodents in rooms up to 800 sq. ft.
  • Can’t be heard by the average person
  • Powerful 105dB output
  • 90 Day Money-Back Guarantee
Which Rodent Repeller Model is Best for Me?

Our basic model, the RR1000, is a single speaker, direct plug in-unit that is designed for normal household use.  Attractively designed, the RR1000 is suitable for protecting any room up to 800 sq. ft (about the size of a two-car garage).

But because most homes require protection in more than one room, we offer the RRS300…a pack of three RRS100s offered at a discounted price.  With the RRS300, you can protect your kitchen, dining room and garage…or any other three areas you choose.

We also offer our 3 Speaker model, the RR3SPK, intended for use in commercial and warehouse settings, but also usable in residential environments where maximum coverage is desired.  The RR3SPK is also a direct plug-in unit and features three speakers, one facing toward the center of the room and the other two broadcasting along the wall on either side.  This 180 degree sound dispersion pattern allows better coverage along walls, where rodents like to travel and, when located next to doors, will provide more effective coverage of those entry points.

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