Type of Cleaning
Using cold fogging method from IKARI SHODOKU JAPAN, instead of hot fogging method, cold fogging method is better for environment due to no gasoline residue on the application
Mosquitoes can be a real nuisance anywhere in the world, leaving itchy bites on uncovered skin and waking you up from your sleep with their high pitched buzz. But besides being a total annoyance, mosquitoes are also the number 1 killer in the world, causing more human fatalities than sharks.
They may look harmless, but the numbers of dengue and malaria cases over the years have proven that mosquitoes are more deadly than they look. Here are some facts that you might want to know about these nasty little insects:
- They can develop from eggs to adults in just six to ten days
- Mosquitoes are found close to still water, where their larvae feed and develop
- They seem to be attracted to dark colours
- Mosquitoes will normally bite you at dawn or dusk – or if you’re unlucky, both. That’s when their internal clocks tell them it’s feeding time.
Why using a Cold fogging instead of Thermal (Hot) Fogging?
Our fogger uses air pressure to atomize the fogging solution into very small particles. Cold foggers also use electricity or battery power instead of propane fuel.
Cold foggers are practically odorless on most occassions, this makes them much more pleasent to use, especially indoors.
Thermal or cold?
A thermal fogger uses heat to help spread the solution as a thermal fog, whereas a cold fogger will use air pressure to help spread the solution in the form of small particles.
The Fog created by thermal foggers tends to disperse over a wide area better, whereas the particles created by a cold fogger tend to penetrate hard to reach areas more efficiently.
Cold foggers use electricity / battery power instead of propane fuel, so they are more affordable in budget, they won’t produce any hard to clean oily residues, low fire risk and virtually less the risk of burning.
Electric Cold foggers are generally quieter than thermal foggers, which is useful in urban areas where nose may be in issue
The most important advantage of Cold Foggers are practically odorless on most occasions, this makes them much more pleasent to use, especially indoors.
The Disadvantages of Thermal (Hot) Foggers
The biggest disadvantages of hot foggers is that they use a large amount of fuel. In most personal use foggers, this is propane gas. Hot Foggers have to use some sort of fuel to heat the heater assembly and this has some drawbacks, such as
- The high cost of the fuel used in hot foggers, you’ll have to reffil or change these when they run out, this will makes customers to pay more.
- These substances can leave oily stains that are hard to clean, which is a problem for indoor fogging
- The fuel can have a strong odor that may be unpleasant for the people in close range and our fogger operator
- Propane is flammabel
- A high capacity powerful professional thermal fogger will be very loud when operating, this will limit the use of that fogger in urban areas.
- Small droplet disadvantages, this make fogging in windy conditions more difficult.
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Our system is adopting IKARI SHODOKU JAPAN ULV Method, a safe method for people & environment, due to no hazardous ingredients residue, so it is safe for pets, plants & most importantly for Human being.