Our solutions to detect and eliminate insects from your hotel or restaurant
Eliminate insects such as mites, cockroaches, bedbugs from your establishment with effective traps, without danger for your customers or your staff.
The traps help you to detect the first insects invading your kitchen or your food stock. They eliminate the insects and counter the development of an infestation by capturing the first individuals.
They do not contain insecticides, they are built to be safe for your staff (meets the latest regulations) and for customers.
The particularity of our traps: they are effective because they respect the life habits of the insect to trap it better.
The cockroach trap sticks the insect by the back. It is made of materials appreciated by the insects that willingly enter this lethal trap.
Our traps do not contain any toxic substances or insecticides.
How does it work?
The cockroach trap looks like a refuge: it imitates the natural shelters of crawling insects. It is made of materials appreciated by the insects. The insects like to return because these traps resemble their usual refuges.
When insects enter a trap, they are glued by the back and are not frightened. Instead, the glued insects send attractive chemical messages to their fellow insects. The more insects the trap catches, the more attractive it becomes.
In this trap, the glue is spread on the underside of the roof. The insects do not locate it with their legs, they enter the trap and are glued by the back, which is much more effective than holding an insect by a leg.
This type of back trapping also works with other crawling pests like ants. Spiders also get caught in our trap.
This trap is a very effective and discreet bug detector.
It attracts bed bugs by mimicking their natural shelters. It is made of small cells in which bedbugs like to crawl.
It is discreet and invisible: it can be placed close to the sleeper, between the mattress and the headboard. It can also be placed behind the headboard, behind furniture, behind posters and frames.
It mimics the natural shelter of bedbugs. Once captured, they call other bugs with chemical signals.
The linear trap does not contain any toxic substance and does not pose any regulatory problem.
How does it work?
Bedbugs that crawl into the cells of the trap are permanently captured by glue spread on the ceiling of the trap. This trap detects bedbugs as soon as the invasion begins.
Our trap is narrow and very flat, like the crevices and cracks in which bedbugs like to shelter.
In this trap, the glue is spread not on the ground but under the sloping roof of the trap. This prevents bed bugs from detecting the glue with their feet as they crawl into the trap.
As the bugs enter the small cells of the trap, they get stuck by their backs without realizing it.
When they are stuck, they do not stress because they feel safe. Instead, they call to other bed bugs with chemical messages, called aggregative pheromones, which are specific attractive odors.
The more bugs captured in the trap, the more aggregative pheromones and chemical messages will be sent and the more attractive the trap will become.
You will be able to detect the presence of the insects easily because the trap is translucent: You can see the glued bug through the plastic floor, by lifting the trap.
Protection of the sleeper.
Very solid, it is intended to be placed under the feet of beds and sofas. It prevents bedbugs from climbing into the bed and captures them.
It is reusable: the cardboard part with the glue can be changed. It is therefore an ecological and economical trap.
The circular trap sticks the insect by the back. It is made of materials appreciated by insects.
The circular trap sticks the insect by the back. It is made of materials appreciated by insects and does not pose any regulatory problems.
How does it work?
Our traps create narrow, very flat shelters that resemble the natural shelters of bedbugs.
In the circular trap, the glue is spread on the inside of a circular ring, so the bed bugs cannot detect the glue with their feet as they crawl into the trap.
As in the linear trap, the bed bugs are glued together by their backsides. When they are stuck, they call other bed bugs, with chemical messages called aggregative pheromones, to come and take refuge with them in the trap.
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