Pest Control

As a pest control technician, you have a noteworthy impact on the quality of life for the customers you serve. You fearlessly conduct inspections looking for evidence of pests. Then, identify and exterminate those pests from homes and businesses. More importantly, you take great pride in helping people solve their unique troubles such as an invasion of bed bugs.

Bed bugs have been a nuisance for many years and have become increasingly widespread. Over the years, more technicians and organizations have been turning to heat treatments for eradication, reducing their exposure to chemical.

Pest control companies understand that bed bug heat treatments significantly mirror many of the same qualities people consider when selecting a pest management professional. Customer Service: heat kills bed bugs in the initial service with no need of retreatments due to resistance. Safety: heat reduces the risk of chemical allergens and reactions. Value: 100% effectiveness – heat kills bed bugs the first time, every time. Reputation: customers who have done research on successful eradication of bed bugs know that heat treatments are a proven method of extermination.

Confident pest control operators are not afraid of bed bugs. Successful pest control technicians are not afraid to use heat!

Pest Control Operators Currently Using Thermal Remediation by TempAir

The BK10-480B is perfect for pest control technicians who need a heater that can be easily transported and run by one service.

This unit is equipped with a luggage handle and wheels and is designed with convenience for easy transportation of the heater. This heater was specifically designed to operate in conjunction with the Sunbelt TempAir 480-volt generator and cabling systems. It has 10-kilowatts and will treat 400-500 square feet with one 110-volt 5-amp circuit and one 480-volt 12-amp circuit. This lightweight heater weighs only 26 pounds and is compact in size measuring 19”x13”x17″, significantly smaller than the competitor’s model. It is designed and built in the USA. It has 33,936 BTUs.

Pest Control Operators Treating Residential (Apartments and Homes)

The BK20 is the most powerful electric bed bug heater for treating apartments or houses

The BK20 Commercial Bed Bug Heater was designed for ease-of-use in the pest control industry. It treats homes or apartments up to 950 square feet with a single 250-volt 50-amp circuit and six separate 110-volt 20-amp circuits. A Winco Generator may be used to partially power this heater. It is lightweight, easy to transport with a suitcase handle and wheels, durable, and safe. The BK20 Bed Bug Heater has 65,489 BTUs, is a one-piece, compact unit weighing only 32.5 pounds, and measures 23”x12”x18”. 

The BK17 is ideal for treating apartments or houses with 250-volt 50/40-amp power and 250-volt 30-amp power

The BK17 Commercial Bed Bug Heater was designed specifically for pest control operators who treat apartments and homes with a bed bug infestation. It is powered with a simple four plug system using the power outlet from one 250-volt 40- or 50-amp circuit (stove), one 250-volt 30-amp circuit (dryer), and two 110-volt circuits. A Winco Generator may be used to partially power this heater. This is one of the most powerful bed bug heaters built for the apartment or residential market. It kills bed bugs in 6-10 hours and is American-made. The BK17 Bed Bug Heater has 57,321 BTUs and is a one-piece compact unit weighing only 31 pounds. 

Pest Control Technicians Treating Hotels with PTACs

The BK15-265/277 is great for treating larger hotel room for bed bugs

The BK15-265/277 Commercial Bed Bug Heater was designed with ease-of-use for pest control operators treating hotels or motels with PTAC power from 220- to 277-volt. This bed bug heater is designed to treat rooms up to 600 square feet. This unit operates on two 220/240- through 265/277-volt 20-amp circuits (one from the treatment room and one from an adjacent room) and four 110-volt 20-amp circuits. Two extra cords allow you to treat rooms with 220/240 PTAC power and 265/277 PTACs. This American-made heater has 47,428 BTUs and weighs 31 pounds. It is easily transportable with the suitcase handle and wheels.
BBHD12 bed bug heater side view, compares to Hypro 33 and Elite 8 heaters

The BBHD12-265/277 is perfect for heat treating bed bugs in hotel room

The BBHD12-265/277 Bed Bug Heater is only one of two heaters designed specifically for treating hotels and motels in North America with 220- to 277-volt power from PTAC plugs. This heater is designed for bed bug treatments in rooms up to 450 square feet. It operates on two 220/240- through 265/277-volt 20-amp circuits (one from the treatment room and one from an adjacent room) and two 110-volt 20-amp circuits. Two extra cords allow you to treat rooms with 220/240 PTAC power and 265/277 PTACs. It is made in America, has 40,944 BTUs, and weighs 26 pounds. This unit easily transportable with a suitcase handle and wheels.

Pest Control Operators Treating Apartments, Homes, Hotels, or any Commercial Property

Sleeptight 800 Propane Bed Bug Heater

The Sleeptight 800 Commercial Bed Bug Propane Heater is designed to roll right into the infested area. It provides up to 80,000 BTU/HR of heat capacity by utilizing two standard 20-pound propane tanks, the same tanks used on home BBQ grills. This high heat capacity, equal to 23.4 kw of comparable electric heat, allows the Sisu Sleeptight 800 to quickly raise the temperature to treat areas of approximately 800-1000 square feet. Digital temperature controls make setting the target temperature simple and safe. Effective heat treatments can be completed in as little as 4 hours for smaller spaces and 8 hours for larger 2-bedroom units. 

Pest Control Operators Treating Apartments, Homes, or any Commercial Property with 110 Power

BK10 bed bug heater package compares to the Elite 33K Hypro Heater

The BK10 will heat treat rooms up to 400 square feet that have bed bugs

The BK10 Bed Bug Heater is designed to commercially treat bed bugs in rooms up to 400 square feet, operating on six 110-volt 20-amp separate circuits. This powerful heater has 31,936 BTUs and is American-made. This unit is easily transportable with a suitcase handle and wheels and weighs only 26 pounds.
Professional grade BBDH Pro7 bed bug heater side view, compares to ePro 400 XP and the Cube 110-volt DIY bed bug heat system

The BBHD Pro7 Bed Bug Heater treats rooms up to 275 square feet

The BBHD Pro7 Commercial Bed Bug Heater is designed to treat rooms up to 275 square feet. This unit operates on four 110-volt 15- or 20-amp separate circuits. This heater is equipped with 19,654 BTUs and weighs 24.5 pounds.