Burnsville, MN, June 16, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- TEMP-AIR is proud to announce the release of the new EBB-460V, a lighter, narrower, and more efficient Thermal Remediation Electric Bed Bug Heater.
Nearly 100 pounds lighter and 10 inches narrower than its predecessor, the EBB-460V efficiently delivers 7,000 watts at 2,400 cubic feet per minute (CFM) of heated air inside the treated space. Also equipped with lockable swivel casters, the updated unit allows applicators easier access through narrow doorways and smaller landings.
The EBB-460V is an integral part of the Thermal Remediation heat treatment process of bringing heat, moving air, and monitoring and recording temperatures. The most popular equipment package combines a trailer equipped with a 40 kW generator, 4 EBB-460V (460 volt, 3 phase) heaters, fans, a wireless temperature monitoring system, and various treatment accessories.
According to research performed at the University of Minnesota, temperatures above 122°F will result in the complete and immediate kill of the entire life cycle of the bed bug, from eggs to adults. With a target temperature range of 120-140°F, the EBB-460V electric bed bug heater is digitally programmed not to exceed temperatures above 135°F for a controlled application of heat.
For more information call 800-836-7432 or visit www.ThermalRemediation.com.
About Thermal Remediation from TEMP-AIR:
Since 1965, TEMP-AIR has been a leading provider of temporary, portable heating, cooling, dehumidifying, and air filtration rental services to the U.S. construction industry. TEMP-AIR is a privately held company based in Burnsville, MN with 11 regional offices nationwide.
Building on that expertise, Thermal Remediation from TEMP-AIR was developed over 10 years ago using heat as a safe, effective, and environmentally friendly alternative to chemical pest control applications. Today Thermal Remediation equipment is used by pallet manufacturers, pest control professionals, property managers, hotels and motels, universities, and food storage and processing plants throughout North America for the treatment of bed bugs, stored product pests, and wood destroying organisms.