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    When it comes to battling bed bugs and other pesky insect infestations, you need a solution that's effective, safe, and environmentally friendly. These unwelcome guests can turn your life into a nightmare, causing skin rashes and discomfort. Whether you're a private individual, school, museum, hotel, or institution, the demand for reliable methods to exterminate fabric infestations is on the rise. In this comprehensive guide, we introduce you to TITAN's groundbreaking -30°C cold treatment that can make these unwanted infestations a thing of the past.

    The Titan Solution

    TITAN Containers presents an innovative approach to combating bed bugs and carpet beetles - a deep freeze treatment that doesn't rely on harmful chemicals. Using an ArcticStore refrigerated container, we can freeze all your infested belongings, no matter their size. The key to our success is setting the temperature to a bone-chilling -30°C. This extreme cold effectively eliminates bed bugs and carpet beetles. Here's how it works:

    1. Freezing Phase: After loading your belongings into the refrigerated container, we maintain the temperature at -30°C for four days. This prolonged freezing period ensures that all insects and their eggs are killed.

    2. Thawing Phase: Following the freezing phase, we allow the storage to warm up to +15°C for one day. This gradual warming prevents damage to your belongings.

    3. Collection: Once the thawing phase is complete, you can safely collect your belongings, free of bed bugs and carpet beetles.

    Bedbugs Extermination Process v2-01

    What Can Be Treated?

    The TITAN -30°C cold treatment is versatile and can be applied to various fabric-based items, including but not limited to:

    • Clothing: Both indoor and outdoor clothing can be effectively treated.

    • Furniture: This includes upholstered furniture, curtains, mats, and carpets.

    • Books and Documents: Modern books and documents can be treated, although antiques should be exempt.

    • Bags, Shoes, and Suitcases: Infested accessories can be rid of pests.

    • Bedding: Mattresses, cushions, pillows, and all forms of bed linen can be treated.

    • Valuables: Items like jewellery, artwork, and toys are not exempt from infestations.

    • Electronics: While most electronics can undergo the treatment, LCD and plasma screens should be excluded.

    • Automobiles and Boats: Vehicles can also be treated, but the treatment doesn't go below the anti-freeze rating.

    We are providing a global extermination service and are expanding to all suitable sites. This includes France and the United Kingdom where cases have been more prominent in recent times. If our current locations don't suit your needs, don't worry. We can also deliver a portable cold store to your premises. Please note that this service requires a 3-phase 380/440V power supply.

    The TITAN -30°C cold treatment provides a cutting-edge, eco-friendly solution to eliminate bed bugs and carpet beetles from your belongings. With our extensive service locations, we aim to cater to a wide range of customers, ensuring a pest-free environment for all. Say goodbye to infestations and hello to peace of mind with TITAN.

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