B&G Portable Aerosol System PAS Commercial - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by Gary from Orange Ca
    04/16/2013
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    I need a system for crack and crevice application against roaches.
    I need a system that will take a liquid like 1% pyrethrum and turn into a mist so I can chase out roaches from crack and crevice as I did when I was an exterminator. I do NOT want to spray a liquid stream but a controllable mist from a wand. Can this or other product do that??
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    This system is specifically designed to take liquids and turn them into an aerosol type application.
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  • Asked by Xpedite from San Francisco, California
    05/11/2014
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    is this unit works like actisol unit? pyrythrin is oil base!
    Can I fill it out with pyruthrin and flush the crevises .
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    Yes this unit is similar to the way an Actisol machine would work and you can certainly use a pyrethrin flushing agent in it for treating crevices to eliminate pests.
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  • Asked by Israel from Mouton, Al
    08/20/2019
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    What's the difference between the B&G Portable Aerosol System PAS Commercial and the standard unit?
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    The B&G Portable Aerosol System PAS Commercial comes with a fan cooled compressor, preventing the unit from overheating. The standard unit  does not have a can cooled compressor and may overheat.

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  • Asked by Dario
    09/11/2016
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    What kind of product I can use with the B&G Portable Aerosol System, SC or EC?
    Can use products diluted in water?
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    You can use either an SC or EC product in the B&G Portable Aerosol System Delivery Unit Commercial (1640 PAS) and would mix all insecticides according to label directions, which includes mixing with water.  It can also be used with ULV fogging solutions for contact kills.

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  • Asked by Frank from Henderson, Tx
    12/15/2018
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    Can I use Crossfire for bedbugs in a B&G PAS Commercial unit?
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  • Asked by Nelson from Houston, Tx
    12/01/2013
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    Does this product works with in wall tubes systems?
    The house has inwall tubes system and I wish to DIY, Please help?
    A

    Unfortunately, you need a special air compressor to apply and special product for the tube systems, and we sell neither. Actually though, it is much better to do an outside service treatment to keep bugs out. The thing about the tube system is that for it to kill a bug, the bug has already gotten in your house. 99% of all pest control companies do outside treatments since 99% of all pests problems come from outside. This is also what we recommend.

    Our most popular general use product is called Talstar P. It is widely used by pest control companies because it is labeled for almost every insect you could have a problem with and you can use it outside the home as well as inside, it is odorless and very safe for use around children and pets. It is a liquid concentrate that you mix with water in a one gallon hand pump sprayer. It will last for 60 to 90 days outside in between treatments. It is also labeled for lawn and ornamental use, and can be used on trees, plants, bushes and shrubs for all sorts of ornamental pests including Japanese beetles, mosquitoes, and other leaf eating pests.

    Here is a link to the product for you to read further. There is a video on this page as well that talks about how to do a general pest control application. There are also many customer reviews left by people that have used this product.
    http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/talstar-talstar-one-p-97.html

    Please let us know if you have any further questions.

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