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Cryonite Treatment for Cockroaches

Cryonite Treatment for Cockroaches
Cryonite Treatment for Cockroaches

When it comes to NJ pest control for cockroaches, the use of chemical sprays raises some concerns for property owners, such as the risk of health issues. Fortunately, there’s another option for eliminating these pests. Cryonite provides a way for pest control professionals to freeze cockroaches to death.

How Cryonite Works

Cryonite involves the use of carbon dioxide in a “snow” form. Liquid carbon dioxide is stored in a tank and transformed into a frozen “mist” that reaches temperatures of roughly 108 degrees below zero. When these frozen particles make contact with insects, they kill these bugs quickly.

Even though cockroaches are able to survive in colder temperatures, they can’t handle the sudden and severe drop in temperature when Cryonite particles hit them.

Benefits of Cryonite

Cryonite provides a safe and effective way to kill cockroaches. After being sprayed, Cryonite turns into a gas form and evaporates, which doesn’t leave any residue behind. This type of pest control can be used on a wide range of surfaces where cockroaches are lurking, including furniture, pipes and outlets.

With the use of Cryonite, cockroach eggs are also destroyed, which helps protect homes and businesses from ongoing or additional cockroach infestations.

If you need NJ pest control for cockroaches or other bugs, please contact Stern Environmental Group. Our technicians use Cryonite to eliminate insect pests in your NJ home or business.

Why is Cryonite So Deadly to Bed Bugs and Other Pests?

Why is Cryonite So Deadly to Bed Bugs and Other Pests?
Why is Cryonite So Deadly to Bed Bugs and Other Pests?

As insecticide-resistant pests become increasingly more common, NJ pest control experts remain on the lookout for new pest control treatment systems. Safe and nontoxic, Cryonite is among the most effective on the market.

How Does Cryonite Work?

Used extensively in Europe and Australia, Cryonite eliminates hard to kill pests such as bed bugs and German cockroaches in all life stages, including eggs, by freezing them to death on contact. Applied with a Cryonite machine, a spray of liquid CO2 (carbon dioxide) creates cold, dry ice, crystalizing pests and stopping them in their tracks.

Say Goodbye to Messy Chemical Sprays

Nontoxic and nonpoisonous, Cryonite leaves behind no wet or sticky residues. At normal temperatures, it simply evaporates. Recycled from industrial processes, it’s a green treatment solution.

Pesticide Resistant Pests Don’t Stand a Chance

Cryonite is an effective treatment for even the most challenging insect infestations, penetrating deep within cracks, crevices, and furnishings where insects hide. Because Cryonite is chemical-free, there’s no risk of pests developing a resistance to pest control measures.

Sensitive Individuals and Workspaces Are Safe from Chemicals

Even for the most sensitive individuals and environments, CO2 presents no risk of contamination or adverse health effects.

NJ pest control needs getting tough to meet? Stern Environmental has you covered, offering some of the most innovative new pest control treatments on the market. Solve your toughest pest control problems. Contact us today.

Cryonite = Kryptonite for Bugs!

Cryonite is the newest, most innovative, non-toxic pest control system on the market. It’s the kryptonite of the pest world, felling even super bugs that are resistant to ordinary pesticides. Stern Environmental Group is proud to be one of the first pest control companies to bring this revolutionary pest control system to America. Used extensively in Europe and Australia, Cryonite uses rapid freezing to kill pesticide-resistant bed bugs and most other insects.

Unlike many traditional pesticides, Cryonite kills bugs in every stage of development. Bugs can’t hide from the pressurized carbon dioxide (CO2) “vapor” that seeps into cracks and crawl spaces to knock bugs dead instantly. Cryonite has proved to be extremely effective in killing pesticide-resistant super bed bugs and tough-to-treat German cockroaches and their egg cases. Cryonite works by applying thin layers of pressurized CO2 “snow.” As the CO2 hits surfaces, it vaporizes, causing extreme instant cooling of any organism with which the gas comes in contact. In effect, it freezes the cells of insects, crystallizing the water in their cells on contact. The insect is instantly immobilized and it takes only moments for death to occur. Bugs cannot scurry away and escape Cryonite. For full details, click the post title.

Cryonite the New Way to Kill Bed Bugs

There’s a new way to kill bed bugs – freezing them, and we have it! It’s called Cyronite.

The Cryonite machine blows carbon dioxide snow into all the places that bed bugs hide and freezes the water in their cells killing all stages of bed bugs instantly. Cryonite can be used to effectively treat many pest not just bed bugs.

We particularly like Cryonite for hotel and motel bed bug treatments and the reason is that a room can be rented out the same day after a cryonite treatment. Previously when a room had been treated for bed bugs the hotel may have had to have taken it out of the pool of available rooms for 7 to 14 days. Now rooms can be returned to renting immediately after treatment.

Cryonite can be used in residential bed bug treatment programs too. Here we recommend that the sensitive areas be treated with Cryonite – your bedding, but all other areas be treated with insecticide.

If you are looking for a green or non-toxic solution for bed bug control Cryonite it the answer. Not only is the Cryonite snow non-toxic, but the carbon dioxide gas used has been recycled from industrial processes and so adds no additional carbon dioxide to the environment.

Cryonite is the perfect solution for rapid hotel and motel bed bug treatment, residential bed bug treatment for bedding areas, and a green and non-toxic solution for bed bugs. To find out more about this European treatment that is new to the United States, click our blog post title to visit our website.