Saturday, October 16, 2010

Bed Bug Inspections in New York and in New Jersey have become more innovative than ever.

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Splash Press Release (Press Release) – New York, NY – OCT 12th, 2010
We have used dogs in the past to detect the presence of bed bugs. However, we found that they are not as accurate as one may like. If the dog is having a bad day, we may have a bad inspection as they may not let us know if they found any bed bugs.
We now have the new generation of detection system devices. We have an electronic detection device that detects the presence of Carbon Dioxide. Bed bugs are known to emit the highest content of carbon dioxide in comparison to any other common insects. The electronic detection system we have detects them right away, there are no guessing games or bad days with this machine. It is accurate, affordable and reliable.
The initial inspection will be conducted in two parts. The visual bed bug inspection and the electronic inspection. Our inspections are fail-proof and reliable. Any trained, experienced exterminator can visually spot bed bugs. Whether it’s in your bedroom, living room, car or office.
Bed Bugs produce Carbon Dioxide from the digestion of blood, our electronic detection system is equipped with the most powerful CO2 containment sensor in the world, and combined with a small vacuum pump to constantly draw in air samples. This enables the unit to detect the tiny amount of CO2 produced by just a few hidden Bed Bugs. This is great for those situations where visual inspections are not possible like deep in the folds of a couch.
Bed bugs usually hide in confined spaces such the cracks and crevices in furniture, wall sockets and/or base boards. After a few hours in these spaces the CO2 they produce builds up enough for the sensor to register and our bed bug detector will indicate their presence by activating a series of alarm beeps. How many alarm beeps depends on how many bed bugs are in these hiding spaces and for how long they have been there. In the high sensitivity mode the unit will react to a pocket of hidden bed bugs with a double or triple beep sound when the probe gets close to their hiding space. If there are a large amount of bed bugs in the same space then the alarm will sound with multiple beeps.
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