Sprayers to use when treating bed bugs

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February 23, 2022

Casey Prewitt, Neogen

Casey Prewitt, Sales Manager, Professional Pest Management, Neogen

Treatment options and application equipment are some of the most crucial decisions that must be made for success against bed bug infestations. From small, non-pressurized sprayers to electrostatic equipment, each has its own place within the treatment process.

Electrostatic sprayers have brought a new excitement to chemical applications and, as more real-world testing occurs, have proven to bring new life to many chemicals. These sprayers create negatively charged droplets, which are attracted to the positive charged surfaces but repel each other, forcing them to spread over surfaces.

Electrically charged particles allow chemical applications to reach hard-to-access areas, provide more even coverage to surfaces and, in some cases, use less product during treatment.

Be careful when investing in new equipment, though: Not all sprayers are equal in quality and what they can do.

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Sales Manager, Professional Pest Management, Neogen

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