Electric bed bug heaters are pros at killing bed bugs with heat
GreenTech Heat begins killing in less than 15 minutes
In 1989, Dr Mike Linford, the founder of GreenTech Heat, was first to market heat as the environmentally-friendly option for killing bed bugs with heat with a commercial-grade bed bug heater. Since then, we have created the best bed bug heaters, provided the best training, and continued to develop the best bed bug heat machine. When properly applied, our heat technology will kill all insect pests and their eggs and can kill bacteria, mold, allergens, and viruses.
All ePro electric bed bug heaters are
Lightweight yet powerful
Easy to transport and set up
Safe and efficient
Multiple heat elements that can be individually energized
Comes with the appropriate number of power cords
Power options from 50A/110V to 64A/240V
ePro Power Requirements
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The ePro electric bed bug heaters are the ideal choice for heat treatments of bed bugs for hotel rooms, church meeting rooms, small apartments, dorm rooms, senior housing, and other similar types of closed system projects. GreenTech ePro electric bed bug heaters feature an integrated thermostat and do not require a technician be present during the heat treatment— start the treatment first thing in the morning and return at the end of the day to find all the bed bugs and their eggs are dead!
All GreenTech Heat electric heaters have thermal regulator switches and can be set up in a treatment area and left to operate without constant supervision. We have designed these heaters to operate without requiring a generator. Each heater comes standard with the appropriate number of power cords.
All GreenTech Heat heaters come with a 2-year repair or replace warranty. All GreenTech Heat electric heaters and fans are ETL listed.
Because of the convected energies created by the GreenTech Heat ePro electric bed bug heaters, we do not recommend residents re-enter the property until temperatures have cooled to 85°F.
GreenTech Heat Solution’s state-of-the-art technology allows you to achieve a proven thermal kill for bed bugs. Our state-tested technology creates heat convection currents which transfer energy throughout the room. Heated air molecules transfer their energy into every surface of the room, allowing all the contents of the room to reach a minimum of 140°F. Developed and perfected by Michael R. Linford PhD, our equipment is designed to be a complete bed bug heat treatment system without sacrificing safety, quality, or capability. We understand that equipment alone will not achieve a 100% kill of your infestation. That’s why we include our Flash video training with every package and many of our packages include our Master Heat Technician Certification training program.
Most people consider only the monetary component of a treatment’s cost. Inconvenience, toxicity, and length of treatment should all be considered when calculating a total cost. While a pesticidal treatment may be less expensive, the bed bugs will remain with you for several weeks to a month or more. Don’t forget that bed bugs can patiently survive more than 500 days between meals! The table above will help you identify some of the hidden costs of pesticidal treatments as compared with treating with GreenTech Heat equipment.
The GreenTech Heat convected heat process is an effective method to condition wooden and plastic pallets from transported pests, mold, bacteria, Listeria, and other harmful contaminants. Our equipment will kill bugs and black widows with thermal remediation.
We will match any competitor’s price on comparable equipment. We want you as a customer for life.
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