Friday, January 24, 2014

Microwave Termite Treatment Advertising Flyers


The following are a couple old school advertising flyers

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Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Microwave Termite Treat Sales Brochure


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Permission is given to freely copy and use this brochure (unedited) as a firms microwave treat sales aid

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Sunday, January 19, 2014

Successful Microwave Pest Treatment Newspaper Adds


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Common Microwave Pest Treat Phone Book Adds


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Thursday, January 16, 2014

Popular Pest Report Microwave Treat Recommendations

No.1 of 6 (Microwave treatment along with chemical application for control of drywood termites.)
#1 Report Finding:
Evidence of drywood termites noted at, (enter area location where termites were found)
#1 Report Recommendation:
Thermally treat inaccessible areas of infestation locally with a microwave device treatment procedure and/or in conjunction treat accessible areas with the chemical, (enter contractors preferred choice of chemical to be used) for the control of drywood termites.



No. 2 of 6 (Microwave treatment along with chemical application for control of wood destroying beetles.)
#2 Report Finding:
Evidence of wood boring beetles noted at, (enter area location where termites were found)
#2 Report Recommendation:
Thermally treat inaccessible areas of infestation locally with a microwave device treatment procedure and/or in conjunction treat accessible areas with the chemical, (enter contractors preferred choice of chemical to be used) for the control of beetles.


No. 3 of 6 (Microwave treatment along with chemical application for target pest not noted.)
#3 Report Finding:
Evidence of (enter target pest) noted at, (enter area location where pest was found)
#3 Report Recommendation:
Thermally treat accessible and inaccessible areas of infestation locally with a microwave device treatment procedure and/or in conjunction treat accessible areas with the chemical, (enter contractors preferred choice of chemical to be used) for the control of (enter target pest noted).


No. 4 of 6 (Fumigation or Microwave treatment along with chemical application for drywood termites.)
#4 Report Finding:
Evidence of drywood termites noted at, (enter area location where termites were found)
#4 Report Recommendation:
Fumigate structure or thermally treat accessible and inaccessible areas of infestation locally with a microwave device treatment  procedure and/or in conjunction treat accessible areas with the chemical, (enter contractors preferred choice of chemical to be used) for the control of drywood termites.


No. 5 of 6 (Localized Microwave treatment without any chemical use for control of wood pests in hardwood flooring.)
#5 Report Finding:
Evidence of wood boring beetle infestation noted at numerous areas of hardwood flooring.
#5 Recommendation:
Thermally treat hardwood flooring areas of infestation locally with a microwave device treatment procedure for the control of wood boring beetles.


No. 6 of 6 (Microwave treatment along with chemical application for control of wood destroying organisms.)
#6 Report Finding:
Evidence of wood destroying fungus infection noted at, (enter area location where fungus was found)  
#6 Report Recommendation:
Thermally treat accessible and inaccessible areas of fungus infection locally with a microwave device treatment procedure and/or in conjunction treat accessible areas with the wood preservative chemical, (enter contractors preferred choice of chemical to be used) for the control of fungus .


For a non chemical usage microwave treat recommendation simply leave out the phrase, “and/or in conjunction treat accessible areas with chemical.”

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Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Microwave Treat Device - Labeled Pests It Can kill

Wavelength Proto2 GE575 Single Port Pest Device Product Label

This pest device has been designed for the localized treatment of termites, fungi and wood destroying beetle larva living within seasoned hard or soft wood timbers and framing of furniture & structures. It is capable of thermal treatment up to 6” in depth, this includes but is not limited to treatment of accessible infestation and infection concealed within inaccessible wall areas and voids constructed of masonry, wood, wood products, acrylic plastic and glass. Treatment will not penetrate metal or metal byproducts. Do not apply directly to metal, steel wool, rubber or vinyl objects.

Controllable Pests & Organisms


Dampwood Termites            Drywood Termites                    Subterranean Termites
     (Zootermopsis)         (Kalotermes, Incisitermes)        (Reticulitermes, Heterotermes)

Formosan Termites            Powderpost Beetles                 “False” Powderpost Beetles
   (Coptotermes)                           (Lycidae)                                    (Bostrichidae)
                                           (Pupa & Larvae stages only)         (Pupa & Larvae stages only)
                                                                          
           Furniture & Deathwatch Beetles                     Wood Destroying Fungi                
                          (Anobiidae)                                           (Brown Rot & White Rot)
             (Pupa & Larvae stages only)
 
Identify Target Pest & Location to be Treated.

Locate wood destroying pest infestation or fungi infection by performing a complete thorough inspection of structure or item to be treated. Use professional expertise or that of a local professional in conjunction with tools of assistance; such as, moisture meters, sounding devices, inner wall bioscopes, calibrated frequency meters or other practical means to locate the target pest or fungi as needed. Upon location of target infestation or infection, obtain applicable signed permits or disclaimers as needed and schedule treatment.


Treatment Preparation; Read the entire label and Operator’s Manual before using this device. Remove from the structure or area to be treated, all persons, domestic animals or pets present within a 30-foot radius of treatment site. This includes spaces, above, below, attached, nonattached or adjacent too, such as multi level apartment units or adjacent dwellings that reside within 30 feet of the treatment site. If unable to obtain 30-foot minimum exclusionary safety distance from area in need of treatment, additional secondary shielding may be placed as needed for added safety and enhanced shielding at areas where non-exclusion distance is not possible or practical. Always test and monitor placement of secondary additional shielding in same directed manner as primary shielding for zero exposure efficiency during its interim or regular safety use. 
WavelengthEMTS Inc Product Label 2014 page I excerpt
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