Premise, the first non-repellent termiticide

installations was the first termiticide not repellent Registered by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in 1993, it is the first termiticide that prevented colony dispersal and the first to be undetectable for termiteswhen using the termiticide it manages to make a insurmountable barrier due to their different ways of acting.

This non-repellent termiticide differs from other termiticides by its adsorption and desorption properties, a phenomenon known as lateral movement in the soil, which immediately expands in the treated area, increasing coverage and avoiding gaps that would allow termites to enter untreated areas.


Reinforced Triple Action

Immediate Structural Protection

Termites are unable to detect Premise in a treated area, once exposed to a range between 100 to 50 ppm of active ingredient, termites stop feeding, causing damage to our structures.


Domino effect of the first non-repellent termiticide

In addition to the signs of intoxication, the termites that return to the mound are transferred by contact, trophallaxis and cannibalism, lower doses of installations for the rest of the colony, causing the cessation of feeding, inhibition of foraging and seriously affecting the social behavior of the colony, also ceasing the construction of tunnels, their maintenance and reducing grooming, leaving the termites defenseless against the action of pathogenic fungi.

residual protection

the termiticide installations guarantees residual protection of structures in ranges as low as 1 to 0.1 ppm (parts per million).

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