Make plans and attend the free online heat training
Want to see how it works before you buy?
Attend our free training on February 4!
by Dr. Michael R. Linford
January 29, 2021
Training makes GreenTech Heat equipment even more effective when treating for bed bugs, cockroaches, and WDOs. Make plans to spend two hours with us on Thursday February 4 from 11AM Pacific/2PM Eastern for a free online heat training.
Heat works in all industries: pest control, historical building preservation, food storage, automotive and aircraft decontamination, government buildings, senior housing, multi-unit housing, and restaurants, just to name a few!
February 4, 2021— 11AM Pacific/2PM Eastern— two hours.
We pack a lot into this 2-hour class to cover the basics of heat treatment:
- Meet the authors who wrote the books on heat treatments.
- Combining heat treatments with non-chemical residual dusts and chemical residuals.
- Treating for bed bugs.
- Treating for cockroaches.
- Treating for termites and other WDOs.
- Treating for micro-organisms viral COVID, bacterial, and fungal.
- Effective probing to verify kill temperatures.
- Thermodynamic treatment basics.
- Having the right equipment for the job.
- Future of heat as a treatment tool and comparison with current chemicals being used for various insect markets and disinfection.
- Best methods for verifying efficacy.
- Basic troubleshooting methods.
- Case studies.
- Question and answers.
Virtual seating is limited. Please register by email by clicking here.
Hope to see you next Thursday!
What People Say
The use of non-chemical measures such as heat treatments has distinct advantages. This method does not have many limitations with respect to the number of items treated and the area to be treated. There are no chemical residues to consider and, compared to gas fumigation of areas, margins for safety are considerably greater. The area treated can include a number of items (garments and furniture) that would otherwise increase the complexity of other control measures, the time required to treat these items, and the potential for control failure.