Insect Tag

$ 30.95

The slow release technology used in the Insect Tag is designed to give several years of insect control in sensitive equipment that can be damaged or destroyed by the presence of insects. This unique product kills existing infestation and prevents future infestations. Insect Tag should be used to kill and prevent infestation of wasps, roaches, ants, spiders, bees, and other insects, that can be dangerous to personnel and hazardous to the equipment.


Use INSECT TAG to prevent nesting, infestation and to kill these insects:

  • Ants
  • Bees
  • Fire Ants
  • Hornets
  • Roaches
  • Spiders
  • Wasps
  • Waterbugs
  • Yellow Jackets

Basic Information

  • Baygon, the active ingredient, prevents infestation by helping keep insects away from equipment.
  • Using a cable tie, attach the 1 3/4" x 2 7/8" INSECT TAG at or around entry points where insects will be killed as they attempt to enter equipment.
  • Apply INSECT TAG inside aerial closures and terminals, pole-mounted equipment, customer premise equipment, cable closures, terminal boxes, telecommunications, power and utilities, electronics, street lighting, computers, railroad systems, municipalities, security and smoke alarms, traffic control systems, network interface devices, meter boxes surge protectors, various OEM equipment and outdoor equipment or contained areas. One application prevents infestation and kills insects around the clock.

Features & Benefits

Protects equipment and personnel Reduced maintenance. Prevents service interruptions and injury to personnel caused by stinging and biting insects
Non-corrosive and non-conductive Easy to apply to aerial and pole-mounted equipment closures and surfaces and sensitive electronic equipment.
Long-lasting insecticide Provides continuous control for up to three years.

Technical Highlights
Time-release, long-lasting formula
Effective insecticide
Prevents insect infestations

Safety Data Sheet

 WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to