Pest remediation

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Recommended Sensors

Remote bed bug heat temperature monitoring solutions ask for temperatures to fall between 50°C (122°F) and 60°C (140°F). Our Wireless Temperature Sensors enable you to manage heat treatments throughout an area and inside walls at any site straight from your phone. This is no longer a task you need to have your eyes on at all times to make sure temperature levels stay consistent. We are your eyes so that you can have peace of mind.

Managing points where critters from mice to larger animals can slip inside is extremely important for preventing an infestation. Is there an open door at a site that creates an access point for rodents? Our related Wireless Open-Closed Sensor can identify open windows and doors that don’t latch properly. You can’t be there to monitor every open door or window, but we can.

Regardless of what type of equipment is used by technicians, we deliver readings on power consumption. Wireless AC Current Meters are designed to monitor 20 Amp, 150 Amp, and 500 Amp alternating currents for virtually any electrical machinery or equipment in the field, like customized remote bed bug heat temperature monitoring systems.

Bugs like humidity. Multi-legged pests thrive in thick air with heat and water vapor. Warm temperatures and a humidity level in the 70% to 80% range increase the population of dust mites, bugs, termites, and other insects and pests. A Wireless Humidity Sensor is an essential component of remote bed bug heat temperature monitoring systems and aids in maintaining thermal and humidity levels below this point to mitigate pest infestation.

Rodents prefer to seek shelter in air ducts and ventilation systems. Disrupting that environment by monitoring an HVAC system’s temperature with a Wireless Duct Temperature Sensor from us and turning up the heat throws insects and rodents outside their comfort zones, making these tight spaces no longer hospitable. Use the Duct Temperature Sensor to measure the HVAC system supply and return air temperature.

Air curtains are a humane way of preventing invasion from insects. According to American regulations, a Wireless Air Velocity Sensor audits airspeed to ensure it remains at the steady 13 m/s. If airspeed ever dips, you’ll be notified at the earliest sign to see what the issue is before a later scheduled visit, potentially preventing more severe pest problems.

Standing water attracts insects, rodents, and other pests. Using our Water Detection Puck at sites where puddles are known to collect helps pinpoint areas that could attract these little critters. The repeated buildup of water after major rainstorms or human behavior could be vital to determining why this site is such a preferred habitat.


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