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GreenTech Heat updates the Bed Bug and Other Pest Heat Treatment Field Guide manual

by Tommy Underhill
April 9, 2019


Your authoritative source for bed bug information.

Dr. Michael R Linford was the first to commercialize heat in the structural pest control industry in 1988. Since then, he and his team have advanced heat technology to include eradication of all types of insect pests — including bed bugs, cockroaches, stink bugs, fleas, dust mites, and carpet beetles. Other expansions have included environmental remediation and the elimination of allergens, odors, bacteria, and viri. The technology is efficacious for stored food pests and has zero lingering impact on food quality.

GreenTech Heat has released a new revised edition of the Bed Bug and Other Pests Heat Treatment Field Guide. This comprehensive, 200-page manual provides in-depth insights to the leading heat-treatment technology for treatments with both electric and propane heaters.

The Bed Bug and Other Pests Heat Treatment Field Guide is the definitive source for killing bed bugs and other insects with convected heat. The Guide is available immediately with Titan propane packages and may be purchased separately through the GreenTech Heat online store.




We do not provide heat treatment services.

GreenTech Heat designs, manufactures, and sells portable electric and propane heaters, fans, and treatment accessories specifically designed for the efficient killing of all insect pests, especially bed bugs and their eggs. In some cases, owning our equipment has a lower total cost and greater timeliness than utilizing an outside service.
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