Which Pest Control Dusters and Misters are the Best?
The quality of your pest control application equipment is a critical component of making effective pesticide applications. Low-grade pest control misters, dusters, and foggers may not allow for optimal dissemination of the pesticide, potentially resulting in poor broadcast, absorption, coverage, and efficacy. Lousy equipment may also be more susceptible to breakage and leakage, creating safety concerns for the applicator and others in the area.
Whether you are do-it-yourself pest controller or a professional PCO, it is important to make sure you're using the right equipment for the right applications. Misting with equipment intended exclusively for pesticide dust probably isn't going to work very well. Neither is attempting to apply dust through a fogger.
Pest Control Everything provides access to professional-grade misters, dusters, and foggers so that you can be sure that your applications are not being adversely limited by using poor equipment. Before attempting to utilize any of this equipment, be sure that the pesticide formulation is intended for use with the corresponding application equipment. And remember that there are professional pest control companies with highly trained technicians who would be happy to provide these types of services to you. If you are unsure about how to use any pest control equipment associated with mist, fog, or dust pesticide applications, please contact a local pest professional for assistance.