Property Management Companies, Hospital, Government, Facility Managers or cleaning companies can now control pest and pest service fees by killing bed bugs, cockroaches and beetles through freezing with Cryonite snow.
Pest control using Cryonite is as easy as hooking up a BBQ and operating a pressure washer. It uses CO2 gas, which is readily available from your local gas company. CO2 is used to make soda pop bubble, is made into dry ice and is also applied like sand blasting to clean buildings.
Cryonite takes the liquid carbon dioxide and through a special process, turns it into snow. But here is the trick. Not long ago, CO2 was unsuccessfully used to freeze bedbugs. Bed bugs and cockroaches are covered in a hard skin that is called an exoskeleton which protects them from extreme temperatures. As they applied the CO2, it did not freeze them fast enough, allowing the bugs to go into a suspended state. While the bugs were hibernating the problem appeared to be solved and the good people resumed their normal sleeping patterns... until they all woke up.
So, having said all of that, what makes Cryonite snow different is that it produces two unique and instrumental snowflake sizes that penetrate the hard exoskeleton and flash freeze our unwanted visitors. It is also effective in killing the larvae and the eggs, something that has been giving other methods of extermination a challenge. Think of it… kill the eggs and they are gone forever, not just for now.
Other advantages to freezing bed bugs with Cryonite snow is that has no hydrogen molecules. Yes, I am sure that I have your attention hanging on my every word. Translation: Hydrogen molecules are what you get with water and since there are none in CO2 there is no risk of staining upholstery or clothing, there is no transmission of electrical current if you happen to spray it on electrical devices, it is odorless and it will not leave any chemical ooze.
So what are you waiting for??? Call me, Dean, toll free at 1 877 411 0053 or find me at dean at restassuredmc dot calm.