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What is Fumigation?
Fumigation means a process in which the stored products are treated in a gas tight enclosure for certain period of time to eleminate pest infestation without leaving any harmful effect. It is very effective in preservation as it controls insects developing inside and outside the storage.
Phosphine Gas (Ph3) Fumigation
Most commonly used fumigants world wide are Aluminium Phosphide/Magnesium Phosphide.Phosphide fumigants are available in solid form of tablets, pellets, granules, or plates. Phosphine fumigants are used to eliminate insect infestation in a variety of commodities including animal feed and food ingredients, rice, corn, oats, peanuts, popcorn, wheat, pistachios, maize, grass seed, tobacco, etc. They can also be used in a variety of processed foods .
All fumigants are highly toxic in nature and require trained professionals for application.
Our employs are trained and experienced fumigators who are capable of handling any type of fumigation onshore and offshore.
Our services for fumigation:
Raw agricultural commodities fumgation
Ship hold fumigation
Animal feed fumigation
Shipping containers fumigation
Dates palm fumigatrion
Food processing plants
Air Craft Fumigation
Termite Control Service:
We are the most trusted service provider of Termite kills Services that is done in accordance with international quality standards. Using optimum quality termite control products, our termite treatments can be customized as per the clients’ requirements. The termite pest control services are basically used for destroying termites that tends to live in underground colonies & enter human dwellings through concrete gaps/voids. We have a proficient team of professionals that is capable to handle termite sprayers effectively without any hassle. Moreover, the entire Termite kills Service are available with various specifications and can also availed at industry leading prices.
- The foundation pit is treated
- It is refilled
- The entire leveled floor would be treated, before laying the floor
- In the wall and floor junction, pesticide emulsion would be injected
- All the wooden frames such as windows and doors are treated with recommended chemicals for termite control by IS Code 6313 (Part 2 & 3)
Commercial Pest Control :
What does an uncontrolled pest problem in your business mean to you?
Health Problems. Diseases such as salmonella, dysentery, diarrhea and stomach upsets are all ailments which can be transmitted by pests.
Workplace Disruption. As a result of the health problems that pests can cause, your workplace can be affected by lost work time, reduction in productivity, and a discontented workforce.
Dissatisfied Customers. If a pest problem persists, your good public image may be at risk - and there’s nothing worse than a bad reputation.
Regulatory Compliance Problems. Depends on the nature of your business , the failure of government regulation of pest-free environment could lead to business closure.
" Don't Worry, Be Happy.
Your Pest Problems Become Our Responsibility."
Commercial - Drugstores and drugstore chains, office buildings, and hotels
Commercial Services always require a customized approach and require a site visit to ensure that a cost -effective management solution can be quoted. Depending on the pest , commercial services often come with a regular maintenance arrangement to ensure that your premises stays pest free . Our aim is to ensure that you get the results that you want in the most cost effective manner.
Our Service Warranty
Depending on the situation, AMPCS offers a Service Warranty. If you experience problems with any pest covered under our Service Warranty, then please don't hesitate to contact us. Our technician will come back as soon as possible to solve your problem.
Food Storage, Processing and Service Facilities:
Domestic Pest Control :
Residential - Homes and Apartment Buildings
Residential Services are normally standardised since most homes have common problem areas.The common pest in residencial areas are Bedbugs, Termite, Cockroach.For this reason , it is often possible to get an approximate cost for a service over the phone . However, we are only too happy to customize a management program to suit any residential property based on your budget and the results that you want to achieve.
What does an uncontrolled pest problem in your home mean to you?
>> Diseases such as salmonella, dysentery, diarrhea and stomach upsets are all ailments which can be transmitted by pests.
>> Wastage due to infestation
" Don't Worry, Be Happy.
Your Pest Problems Become Our Responsibility."
Services We Offfer
Cockroach Control Service:
We have earned an expertise in providing Roach kill Service that is used for the managements of various household pests i.e. cockroaches and black & red ants. In order to provide highly effective cockroach control services, we make use of Gel baiting technology that is adopted in special areas and is also spray at different effected section. This cockroach killing gel is well known for their various outstanding features like eco-friendly, cascade effect, no side effects on health, property &products, and cost effective properties. Owing to the unmatched cockroach traps services, we have become the most reliable service provider of cockroach traps services in India.
We offer quality and reliable solutions to control cockroach pest problem within Chennai area for hospitals, offices, hotels, apartments and houses. We use odorless, human safe spray chemical or gel to kill cockroaches. You can either choose spray treatment or gel treatment to your convenience.
Cockroaches are well known carriers of serious disease problems like salmonella, gastroenteritis, dysentery, and other stomach ailments.
Bed Bugs Control Service:
Bed Bug Management Services are offered to the clients by our team of expert professionals. These services is used to kill different types of Bed Bug Pests, which may cause harmful effect on the skin. Our services are known for being planned and reliable. Within three months, we provide contract of 2 services.
We provide Bed Bug Peste Control services, to the clients at cost effective rates. Bed Bugs are 1/4 inch" — 1/2 inch" parasite, mainly feed on blood of any animal or human. Known as hitchhikers, these travel from buses, trains, hospitals and airports. The saliva of this insects contains anticoagulant and anesthetic. These parasites are not easy to trace. Red itchy signature occurs on the skin. Our professionals sprays in the areas, which are infested such as cracks, crevices, beds, mattresses and pillows. As this treatment do not affect the haichlings, a further treatment is done after 15 days to eliminate all new bugs.
- Visit is assured after 15 days
Wood Borer Control Service:
We offer our clients a wide range of wood preservation services under the category of timber treatment. The preservatives and processes used by us can extend the life of wood, timber, wood structures or engineered wood. Our wood preservation services generally increase the durability and resistance of woods from being destroyed by insects or fungus.
Wood borers are tiny beetles whose larvae feed extensively on wood. The adults make tiny pinhead size holes on the wooden surface before flying out. The frass or powder then begins to fall out from these tiny holes. This is the first sign of infestation in the furniture.
- A warranted and long lasting solution to your wood borer problem.
- Preserves your precious furniture from wood borer damage.
Gecko Control Service:
We assure you that every effort will be made to justify your confidence in our services by protecting your premises.
Our company policy is to remain as environmentally friendly as possible. At all times both the type and quantity of pesticides introduced to the environment is kept to a minimum and our ideal is to have Pest Control without pesticides. We work in compliance with strict government guidelines for the control of vermin of all kinds.
- Regular scheduled inspections to promptly identify any pest infestations.
- A rapid response time to any call outs.
- A high standard of both written and spoken communication linked to procedural reporting and associated records.
- A highly reliable and efficient service representing value for money.
Rodents Control Service:
An adult rat can squeeze into your home through a hole as small as the size of a quarter. Rats can live for up to 18 months, but most die before they are one year old. They have strong teeth that allow them to chew through glass, cinderblock, wire, aluminum and lead. Smell, taste, touch and sound help direct them to their food sources.
Rats are also responsible for spreading Bubonic Plague, also known as the "Black Death". Although fleas are primarily responsible for infecting humans, they were originally infected with the plague by feeding on the blood of rats.
Norway rats eat a wide variety of foods but mostly prefer cereal grains, meats, fish, nuts, and some fruits.
When Norway rats invade buildings, they usually remain in the basement or ground floor. They also live in fields, farms, woodpiles and buildings. Their nests are usually lined with shredded paper or cloth.
These rats are known for the damage they cause by chewing on materials, urinating on food and eating stored foods. They have also been known to chew on wires, which can cause fires to start. They also carry disease and ectoparasites. Rats will also attack both animals and humans. Human babies and even adults have been killed in rat attacks.
Roof Rats are excellent climbers and get their name because they usually live high off the ground, like on the roof of a building. They have very poor vision and are color blind, but they have extremely strong senses of hearing, smell, touch and taste. Rats have four to six litters a year and each litter has 6 to 12 babies in it. These rats are only pregnant for about 21 to 23 days and they can start reproducing when they are three months old.
Roof Rats prefer eating fruits, berries, vegetables, cereal, pet food, nuts, grain, slugs, snails and rotten food.
Roof Rats are excellent climbers and they usually live in spaces on the tops of buildings, on roofs or in attics. They also live in sheds, garages, boxes, ceilings, under floors, in wood heaps and in thick grass.
Roof rats cause damage to structures by chewing, eating stored foods and carrying diseases, such as Hantavirus. They are most famous for spreading the highly contagious bubonic plague in the Middle Ages. Rats will also attack both animals and humans. Human babies and even adults have been killed in rat attacks.
The House Mouse makes its own nest but lives in groups, sharing escape holes and common areas for eating, urinating, and defecating. It takes turns grooming its fellows, especially on the head and back, where it is difficult for the animal to groom itself. If the population grows too dense, many females, particularly adolescents, become infertile.
A highly migratory existence and rapid rate of reproduction enable the House Mouse to thrive; it takes advantage of situations not readily available to other species, including cultivated fields, which offer a rich if temporary habitat. As a crop develops, the mice move in and have several litters in quick succession, building large populations quickly; when the field is harvested or plowed, they move out. Many perish, many find other fields, and still others invade buildings. Sometimes these migrations assume plague proportions: In 1926?1927, an estimated 82,000 mice per acre (202,000 per ha) wreaked havoc in the Central Valley of California. In such densities, House Mice, though generally timid, have been known to run over people?s feet and even to bite.
These mice eat or their droppings contaminate large quantities of grain and other valuable foodstuffs. Their scientific name derives from the Sanskrit musha, meaning "thief." They chew or shred anything chewable or shreddable, including furniture and wires, and sometimes start fires. They can scurry up rough vertical walls and even pipes; they gnaw holes in walls, floors, and baseboards. Like Black and Norway rats, House Mice can spread disease. In the wild, birds and mammals are predators. Centuries ago, cooked mouse meat was a folk remedy for colds, coughs, fits, and fevers, but it is not recommended today. The white mice used in research laboratories are albinos bred from this species.
The deer mouse rarely invades homes, and is found in rural areas. The deer mouse makes its home outdoors in sheltered areas such as hollow tree logs or piles of debris. On the rare occasions the deer mouse comes indoors, it prefers undisturbed areas such as attics.
The deer mouse transmits the potentially fatal Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome. The disease can be transmitted through contact with mouse carcasses, or by breathing in aerosolized urine droplets of infected deer mice.
Ants Control Service:
Ants have been living on the Earth for more than 100 million years and can be found almost anywhere on the planet. It is estimated that there are about 20,000 different species of ants. For this reason ants have been called Earth's most successful species.
Ants build many different types of homes. Many ants build simple little mounds out of dirt or sand. Other ants use small sticks mixed with dirt and sand to make a stronger mound that offers protection from rain. Western Harvester ants make a small mound on top, but then tunnel up to 15 feet straight down to hibernate during winter. Ant mounds consist of many chambers connected by tunnels. Different chambers are used for nurseries, food storage, and resting places for the worker ants. Some ants live in wood like termites. Army ants don't make a home at all but travel in large groups searching for food.
Sociology: Ants are social insects, which means they live in large colonies or groups. Some colonies consist of millions of ants. There are three types of ants in each species, the queen, the sterile female workers, and males. The male ants only serve one purpose, to mate with future queen ants and do not live very long. The queen grows to adulthood, mates, and then spends the rest of her life laying eggs. A colony may have only one queen, or there may be many
Mosquito Control Service:
Treatment and Control:
Mosquito control begins with an accurate and thorough inspection of the target area and surrounding areas. Dewey Integrated Pest Management (DIMP) 5-step program will significantly reduce mosquito population from around the structure.
Flies Control Service:
Fruit flies develop by complete metamorphosis. The eggs (which are difficult to see with the naked eye) are deposited near the surface of fermenting fruit or organic matter. A pair of filaments that are attached to the eggs protrude above the surface of the liquid. The female fruit fly will lay about 500 eggs. The larvae emerge about 30 hours after the eggs have been laid and feed near the surface of the fermenting material. The larvae feed for five to six days then crawl to drier areas of the food source or even out of the food source to pupate. The larva transforms into the pupa in the last larval skin, or puparium, which bears a conspicuous pair of filaments on the anterior end. The adult fruit fly emerges several days later. The newly emerged fruit flies are attracted to light and become sexually active in about two days. The adults mate more than once. Under ideal conditions, the life cycle from egg to adult can be completed in as little as eight days. The sudden appearance of large populations is not uncommon inside buildings.
When searching for fruit fly breeding sources, remember that the larva can only survive in decaying organic matter that is moist. The first obvious place to check is where any fruits or vegetables or stored outside of refrigerators or coolers. Other areas to inspect would be recycling bins, seldom used (or cleaned) garbage cans, underneath and behind large appliances. Do not overlook drains where small flies are often found breeding in the super thin layer or film of debris that naturally accumulates in pipes, traps and drains.
The house fly passes through four stages in its life cycle: egg, larva, pupa and adult. The female of the species can be seen depositing their eggs on suitable breeding materials. Often, the females can be seen in clusters of up to 50 individuals. The female house fly lays individual eggs that pile up in masses of 75 to 150 eggs; in her lifetime, a single female house fly may lay up to 900 eggs. The female fly begins laying her eggs anywhere from 4 to 12 days from emerging from her pupae. She may lay 5 or 6 batches at intervals of several days between each.
Your inspection should begin outside the home or building; although house flies are known to breed in indoor dirty trash cans, they are usually found feeding and breeding in fresh manure, rotting fruits and vegetables, damp garbage and damp, decaying organic materials that are located outside of the structure.
After locating all possible breeding sites, look for areas where house flies enter a structure. Cracks around windows, doors and vents are the usual culprits.
When searching for Phorid fly breeding sources, remember that the larva can only survive in decaying organic matter that is moist. The first obvious place to check is where any fruits or vegetables or stored outside of refrigerators or coolers. Other areas to inspect would be recycling bins, seldom used (or cleaned) garbage cans, underneath and behind large appliances. Do not overlook drains where small flies are often found breeding in the super thin layer or film of debris that naturally accumulates in pipes, traps and drains.
Phorid flies develop by egg, larva, pupa and adult. The female will lay about 20 eggs at a time and will lay about 40 eggs in a 12 hour period. Each adult female phorid will lay approximately 500 eggs. The tiny eggs are deposited on or near the surface of decaying organic matter. Larvae emerge in 24 hours and feed for 8 to 16 days. The Phorid fly larvae then crawl to a drier spot to pupate. The life cycle from egg to adult can be completed in as little as 14 days (under ideal conditions) but may take as long as 37 days to complete their cycle.
The phorids, also known as humpbacked flies, are small to minute flies that resemble fruit flies in appearance. The Phorid fly lacks the red eye color that is the classic trademark of the fruit fly. Phorid flies are in the small category of flies, measuring up to 1/8 inch in length, including the wings. The most prominent feature of this fly is the humpbacked shape of its thorax. The severe arch of the thorax gives it the common nickname of humpbacked fly. The most easily recognized feature (seen with the naked eye) is the habit of the adult Phorid fly running rapidly across surfaces instead of immediately flying when disturbed. Most flies immediately take flight.
Phorid flies are also know as coffin flies, when found in mortuaries and mausoleums.
Bees Control Service:
The bee pollinates fruit trees, flowers, and plants to make honey to feed the colony. Bees can create a hive or swam (sometimes as many as 50,000 bees) in a rafter, shed, tree, or bush. Bee stings can be deadly to infants, the elderly, and persons allergic to bee venom.
Bees are beneficial insects, however if their nest is located in or close to an occupied structure, then control is warranted. Live removal of honeybees is desirable. If honeybees must be killed in a wall void or attic, pesticide application should be made at night using only background light.
Pigeon Control Service:
Pigeons often prefer to use the interior portions of buildings to nest and roost if an opportunity for access is provided. Openings to lofts, steeples, vents, and eaves can be blocked with 1/2-inch galvanized wire mesh, wood, sheet metal, or other solid construction materials to prevent pigeons from entering.
Controlling pigeons on the exterior surfaces of buildings often requires considerably more effort. The most effective and permanent methods of control involve structural modifications which either physically exclude pigeons from the preferred surface or make it difficult for the birds to rest comfortably on the exposed building surfaces. Physical exclusion can be accomplished by installing weather resistant netting, wire screening, sheet metal, or other materials in a manner that will restrict access to the roosting sites. A grid of heavy gauge monofilament line spaced at six-inch intervals may also be used to create a fence that will interfere with the birds' normal flight pattern to the roosting area.
Silver Fish Control Service:
Silverfish like to eat starch in wallpaper and book bindings, and also starch found in laundered clothing. They live in walls that are wallpapered, dens and libraries, closets, and storage areas.
Treatment and Control:
Our 5-step principles will produce excellent control of silverfish in a structure.
Tick Control Service:
Ticks are blood feeding external parasites of mammals, birds, and reptiles throughout the world. Approximately 850 species have been described worldwide (Furman and Loomis 1984). There are two well established families of ticks, the Ixodidae (hard ticks), and Argasidae (soft ticks). Both are important vectors of disease causing agents to humans and animals throughout the world. Ticks transmit the widest variety of pathogens of any blood sucking arthropod, including bacteria, rickettsiae, protozoa, and viruses. Some human diseases of current interest in the United States caused by tick-borne pathogens include Lyme disease, ehrlichiosis, babesiosis, rocky mountain spotted fever, tularemia, and tick-borne relapsing fever.
Snake Control Service:
As eaters of many pest species, snakes can be very helpful around the yard. Since most snakes find their way onto your property because they?re following food, a persistent snake problem may mean that there are other pests, such as mice, rats, crickets, or cockroaches, in your home. Trapping and animal control specialists are the primary means of snake control in areas where snakes are rare. Exclusion, habitat modification, and biological control strategies are more effective in areas where snakes are common.
Keeping Snakes Away
Lawn care: Mow and trim your lawn regularly. Snakes like to hide in cool, damp, shaded areas, and taller grasses offer more protection against snakes? natural predators.
Controlling other pests: Controlling insect and rodent populations on your property can be difficult, but it will help keep snakes out of your yard. If there is no food on your property, snakes will go elsewhere.