Industrial Pest Control Chemicals

At Rex Pest Control, we choose the right chemical for Industrial Pest Control Chemicals as using the wrong substances could make a tricky situation worse. Take ants, we need to identify the ant species correctly, and then take several specific actions to eliminate the problem. If wrong identifies of the ants breed, our chemicals won’t work in the industry. Also, an ant infestation might involve more than one species in the same location. One of the infesting nearby industrial are that may have immunity to a certain pesticide that wipes out another almost immediately. Furthermore, the chemical we use to kill a settlement may not exterminate all of the ants in it. The survivors could become immune to the chemical and form a whole new colony, leaving you to come up with a new approach. So to prevent this we use chemicals like:-

Industrial Pest Control Chemicals

Boric Acid

This type of chemicals used in pest control as it is naturally occurring substance can be pulled from rocks and water sources. It comes in several different forms, including powder and pellets, making it very reasonably priced. We spread boric acid in the household or an industry which does an excellent job with termites, cockroaches, and ants; we are extremely caution and remain mindful when deploying boric acid any damage is not done in the industry.  If used in a home since it has a sweet taste, which can attract household pets as well as children. Always make sure the homeowner knows about this potential hazard.


Fipronil is like boric acid, it has a variety of uses. As a pest control company, we opt to use it to kill ants, cockroaches, and termites, as well as fleas, ticks, beetles, crickets, and weevils.  We use it in many different formats, including granules and liquids. We also use Fipronil as a powder but in this format, it has a moldy odor. Fipronil is somewhat less toxic to people than boric acid. The chemical works by bonding to the nerve endings of insects and disrupting the central nervous system.


Hydramethynon is used to eliminate cockroaches, ants, , silverfish , crickets, or termites. This substance is unique because it acts slowly. Insects that ingest Hydramethynon become increasingly lethargic before dying. This gives them time to bring the pesticide back to their respective colonies and kill off the rest of their group. However, client should note that the process takes a few days to work, a potential downside some homeowners may not tolerate.

Piperonyl Butoxide

Piperonyl Butoxide used as insect-eliminating arsenal where the chemical impacts insect metabolism, making many pesticides more effective. Piperonyl Butoxide is mildly toxic to humans, and the IPA classifies it as a carcinogen.

Pyrethrins and Pyrethroids

Pyrethrins and Pyrethroids are the most common pest control chemicals in this class include the active ingredient Permethrin. Widely used in mimic botanical insecticides, specifically varieties of chrysanthemum that is toxic to insects. They paralyze the felonious pest before ultimately killing the insect. Pyrethrins and Pyrethroids are effectual against most household mosquitoes and insects . They also have applications in agriculture and protecting pets. These chemicals are generally safe for humans and mammals, but they are incredibly toxic for any aquatic organisms. We use this class of pesticide in your pest industry, to minimize any potential runoff, and prevent spray from getting into water.

An industrial pest control  chemicals can be expensive, and it can take hundreds of gallons of pesticide to do a single job. Don’t worry we give the best pest control service quotes and are reasonable.

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