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New and Improved Bird-B-Gone System

Bird-B-Gone, Inc. has made new improvements to their Bird Jolt Flat Track System. The new, patent pending Bird Jolt Flat Track uses Monel marine grade knitted wire. The knitted design uses a single strand of higher gauge wire, as opposed to the bundles of thin wire used in braided and woven designs. This achieves greater conductivity and virtually eliminates breaks in the wires when installing the track in tight bends.

The new Bird-B-Gone Bird Jolt Flat Track goes even further, using a "tube-within-a-tube" design for even greater conductivity, strength and reliability.

Monel Alloy is stronger than steel, resistant to corrosion and acids, and highly resistant to alkalis which makes it ideal for marine applications and applications with highly corrosive conditions.

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