Thermal Fogging Equipment, Profession Fogger all types Fight Against Dengue!

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Karachi
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Pest Type:
Mosquitoes
Pest Control Type:
Fogging
Feature:
Eco-Friendly, Stocked
Place of Origin:
Germany
Brand Name:
Thermal Fogging
Model Number:
TF 95 HD

Specifications

Thermal Fogging Machine
Pest And Vector Control
Using Pulse-Jet
Thermal Fogging Equipment
To Protect Peoples.

Pest And Vector Control

Using Pulse-Jet

Thermal Fogging Equipment

 

Mosquitoes are worldwide in distribution. They are dangerous as vectors of many Diseases. Especially in the tropical zones mosquitoes are increasingly infected by the malaria and dengue fever parasite. The parasite is introduced into the victim’s body by the bite of a female mosquito seeking the blood feed she needs in order to produce viable egg. The parasites find their way into the liver of the victim from where the developmental stages enter the blood again. If the victim is bitten by other mosquitoes the parasites are sucked up into the mosquito‘ stomach where they multiply sexually completing the life cycle with the effect of continuous distribution from victim to health man. Whereas the mosquito season in the moderate zones is generally from spring to autumn, mosquitoes are active all the year round in the hot, humid tropics. Most species hide during the day and become active only during the night. Three main groups are subdivided: house mosquitoes (Culex spp.), yellow fever mosquitoes (Aedes spp.)and malaria mosquitoes (Anopheles spp.). There are less dangerous malaria and dengue fever species other lead to death. Recent estimates put incidence of malaria world wide at 400 million cases per year with up to 3 million deaths (90% in Africa). Today dengue fever as well is expanding around the world and may become a loss maker for the tourist industry.

 

Fogging is used for any pest control task where active substances should be uniformly distributed, even in inaccessible places, without leaving undesirable residues. This fogging method is the solution for treating large areas and spaces with a minimum quantity of pesticide solution, less operational work and with little harm to the environment (less residues, no penetration into the ground) 

 

Application Field

 

1. Public Health (Mosquito, Nuisance and Vector Control) e.g. Insect Control in Public Installations
(e.g. Parks, Lake Borders, Sporting Areas, Underground Sewage Channels), in Hotels, Canteens,
Restaurants and in Private House & Gardens

2. Plant Protection (Indoors) in Greenhouses and Plant Cold Storages.

3 Plant Protection (Outdoors) in Crop Plantations and Forest, Ant- and Vole Control, Protection against Frost.

4. Animal Health (Disinfections and Insect Control of Livestock Buildings, and Aerosol Vaccination).

5. Stock Protection (Post-Harvest Application in Silos, Warehouses, Tobacco Stores..) 5. Decontamination (Military Use).

6. Decontamination (Civilian Use) in case of disasters and Human Sanitation in Public Bathrooms, Hospitals, Dry Cleaners, Railway wagons, Trucks, Air Condition Installations, including Odour Control and Fire Restoration.

7. Cinema-, Theatre- and Camouflage Effects, Fire Fighting Exercises, Leak Detection.

  

What is Thermal Fogging?

Thermal fogging is the generation of ultra-fine droplets in a range of 1-50 μm using thermopneumatic

energy. Liquid substances are vaporised at the end of fogging barrel (resonator)

and form ultra-fine aerosols by condensing on contact with cool ambient air, on being ejected,

to create dense visible fog-clouds. Pure oil solutions or aqueous liquids with a glycol

component are especially suitable for this purpose.

 

Uses of Thermal Fog.

Thermal fogging is used for any pest control task where active substances should be

uniformly distributed, even in inaccessible places, without leaving undesirable residues. This

fogging method is the solution for treating large areas and spaces with a minimum quantity of

pesticide solution, less operational work and with little harm to the environment (less residues,

no penetration into the ground).

 

Fight Against Dengue!

 

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