Commander Tri-Jet Fogger makes fogging and controlling humidity simple. Making use of the tornado action nozzle and adjustable valve (to control output) you can direct mist up to 30 feet in the direction of your choice. The Commander Tri-Jet Fogger can be used with both oil and water based solutions indoors or outdoors. The Commander Tri-Jet Fogger is rust proof and features a heavy duty motor 1 gallon tank with power cord attached.
The fog produced by the Commander Tri-Jet Fogger will be 10-30 microns depending on setting and the viscosity of the product used in it. The machine will apply fog up to 30 feet away.
I live next to the Army's largest Depot and all the returning armored vehicles etc., brought back nightmares of new insects in the Afghan and Iraq sand. Clear Sand flies that carry deadly diseases ; bed bugs that elders say are "no bed bugs they have ever seen" jump , land on you and dig out of site in your tissue. Fleas that nothing kills. I spent thousands of dollars on cheap can foggers that would have worked 10 years ago. It is war continued. I have learned for survival every insect spray and my biology degree has allowed some comfort in identification of insects using my microscopes plus research. I swear on my life it is money thrown away on insecticides unless you have a ULV fogger. The Commander Tri-Jet Fogger will fog so fine it takes a few minutes to see a fog forming , creeping its way into the walls and every crack killing every nasty bug that no spray bottle could ever reach. I lived 2 years in insect hell and tried every insecticide ; some 300$. All the money I spent I should have just poured the insecticides in a river ( no never ever do that just a little humor after a very bad experience with bugs most of these insecticides will kill fish). Save thousands of dollars and possibly years of heart ache and maybe even your life ruined over insect infestations and buy a ULV fogger. Buying the Commander tri jet fogger literally has saved my life and ended a long time of misery. The insecticides that do not work with a sprayer turn to magic bug killers with the Commander Tri-Jet Fogger. Thank you DMOPControl.
I really wasn't sure what I was buying because the pics don't give size reference. The is a large, but light weight fogged with massive power to spray incredibly fine mist very far and deep into surrounding trees and house overhangs and under hard to reach porches, etc where my Mosquitos flock from. Best purchase ever.
Do My Own Pest Control was excellent to do business with. The fog machine was here in 4 days and is exactly what I ordered. I used it immediately to fog a mobile home with mold killer and it worked great!
I use this fogger in the HVAC system of my Sports Bar. (Smoking bar). It does a great job fogging the product so the HVAC system can suck it through the Duct work, killing the nicotine and freshening the building. (I use Benefect to do this, totally food and people safe, and it smells wonderful!) Works really well, don't hesitate to buy this one!
After several months of failed attempts with can foggers and fumigators, I purchased the Tri-Jet Fogger, ExciteR, and Nyguard (IGR). I discovered my hard to get rid of insect problem was taking refuge in my air conditioning ducts. (Can fumigators and foggers instruct that central air cooling/heating systems be off and ceiling ducts be closed. Generally speaking, the cans do not have enough content nor dispersal duration to effectively cover the ventilation system AND the actual rooms in need of treatment.) I opened all the central air vents, removed the return air duct filter, and turned the unit's fan to "continuous run". Per manufacturer's instructions, I mixed the ExciteR and Nylar in a one gallon water based mix. I aimed the unit at the return air duct, set it to its smallest mist setting, and turned it on. I checked after about half an our, the "fogged" product had filled my two bedroom apt. and the Fogger was empty. Turned it off and returned in about two hours. The flea/tick insect (not sure what it was) I was trying to rid was gone, but there was an unexpected bonus, several spiders were lying out in the open, under the vent locations, dead, as well as one silverfish by my front door.
Can you adjust the droplet size? Can you point the stream up or down or to the side?
I want a fogger for using cedar-based natural pesticide against mites that have completely permeated my large apartment and everything in it. I want to point it to penetrate ceilings, corners and baseboards. I'm going to try cedar because two well-reputed exterminating companies have already failed, using chemicals including the ones you recommend. UGH.
Can these 4 work in the Tri Jet Fogger: Gentrol IGR, NyGuard IGR, Demand CS, and Demon WP?
These are the 4 product I currently have bought from your company.
While the NyGuard IGR and Gentrol IGR are labeled for use in fogging equipment, the Demand CS and Demon WP are not and will not work in the Commander Tri Jet Fogger or any other fogging unit. Please tell us what insect you are trying to treat for so that we can give you better tips on application of these products you purchased for the insect you are trying to eliminate.
What kind of chemical do you use in the Commander Tri Jet Fogger?
The Commander Tri-Jet Fogger can be used with both oil and water based fogging solutions indoors or outdoors. You could use something like Riptide which is a water based solution and can be used indoors and out.
Can a fogger be used in say an attic for treatment of old house borers? If so which chemical do you recommend?
While foggers can be used in attics to treat for many insects, fogs are normally not the recommended treatment method for any type of boring insect. You would need to treat the wood in the attic directly with a product like Boracare. Boracare is specifically formulated to absorb into wood either through spraying or painting it onto the surface and eliminate any insect that consumes the wood. It will last for the life of the wood as well to help prevent any new infestations from wood destroying insects or wood destroying fungus. You can see a great article from the Penn State Universities Entomology department on Old House Borers HERE. Under the management area number 3 refers to the borate treatment for the wood.
Will this fogger with Riptide be more effective at controlling mosquitos vs. using a pump sprayer with Talstar P? I want to get the best bang for my buck but don't want to waste money on something that will not work and don't want to spend 700 on a blower.