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Performing heat treatment while protecting material

Hours of exposure to heat reliably kills storage and food pests, but also puts a strain on the rooms being treated. If performed correctly, however, heat treatment is possible without any damage to the building. Preparing the room also ensures that the entire pest population is killed off without damaging any objects.

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Keeping a watch-out for bedbugs so that your guests will not need to

In tourist accommodation such as hotels, youth hostels, or holiday homes, pests come and go with the guests too. In particular, bedbugs spread quickly in such places, and annoy guests in the long term. Using thermal pest control to treat a room is suitable for hotels, as it does not use insecticides and guests in other rooms are not disturbed.

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Ensuring food hygiene without insecticides

Food-processing factories have to meet the highest hygiene requirements, but are also an ideal habitat for storage pests. An infestation can have serious consequences for companies, up to and including the closure of operations. Heat treatment is particularly suitable for the food-processing industry, bakeries and mills, as it is a chemical- and residue-free process. Hotels also use heat treatment to combat bedbugs.

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Deadly for pests, harmless to humans and the environment

While pests in private households are often only seen as a nuisance, an infestation can have serious consequences for companies. Sectors such as the food-processing industry, mills, bakeries and the hotel industry therefore rely on effective control measures. Heat treatment is a form of ecological pest control that does not use insecticides and makes use of biological protein coagulation.

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