ARTHROCIDE

PEST CONTROL

 

Kills arthropods

Neutralizes residues

Prevents eggs from hatching

Kills arthropods

Neutralizes residues

Prevents eggs from hatching

Kills arthropods

Neutralizes residues

Prevents eggs from hatching

KILLS ON CONTACT 

Arthrocide is specifically designed to kill pesticide resistant bugs (arthropods), and to prevent their eggs from hatching.

Arthrocide is an “all-in-one” pesticide and decontaminant, complying with standard operating procedures. It also helps to develop quick operating procedures with a high rate of efficacy.

It allows different deliveries: liquid, spray, aerosol, and foam. 

Once Arthrocide has been applied and allowed to work, the materials left behind are all non-hazardous and can be rinsed away with water. 

None of the chemicals remain in their original form. None of the residues are flammable, and all of the remaining materials can be disposed of safely without harm to the environment.

 

MECHANISM OF ACTION

1 -Surfactants bore holes in the arthropods’ shell armor.

2 -Oxidizing agents attack the bug’s DNA.

3 -Hydrolyzing agents attack vital arthropods contents and functions.

NO ARTHROPODS CAN BE IMMUNE TO IT

Benefits

  • Fast onset of action    
  • Very high degree of mortality      
  • No arthropods can be immune to it      
  • Decontaminates feces at the same time to prevent allergic reactions      
  • Mattress and drapery treated on site      
  • Air and surface treated      
  • Non-toxic once applied      
  • Bio-degradable by-products      
  • Non hazardous      
  • No shipping restrictions      
  • Non-corrosive      
  • Cost effective - time and flexibility

 

EGGS WON’T HATCH

“Bed bug eggs treated with Arthrocide formulation darkened 24 hours post-treatment and many collapsed. The fluid inside the eggs became yellow or brown in color 2 days posttreatment.  Some eggs appeared to be developing normally (whitish-gray in color with red eye spots) but eventually collapsed. None of the eggs treated with Arthrocide hatched. Eggs in the untreated control group were whitish gray in color with red eyespots visible after 2 days and turned light tan 2-3 days before hatching. The untreated control group demonstrated a 98.4% hatch rate.”

Sierra Research Laboratories – UC Davis

 

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