PackTite 2 Portable Bed Bug Heat Treatment

PackTite 2 Portable Bed Bug Heat Treatment

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The PackTite 2 Portable Bed Bug Heat Treatment has replaced the original PackTite Portable Bed Bug Heat Treatment Device, offering improved heating power and reliability, due to its new external heater unit design. The PackTite 2 Portable unit is a safe, without the use of chemicals, bed bug treatment that uses heat to kill bed bugs that are found in personal items such as book, clothing, luggage, pillows, purses, shoes, suitcases, and many other items that may not be able to treat with chemicals. The PackTite 2 fully heats the items to the temperature that kills bed bugs their life cycle, including their eggs, without any damage to your items.

The PackTite 2 heat treatment device is easy to assemble and use. It has a timer that shuts the unit off after the treatment time. Just place a suitcase (or other bed bug infested item) on the metal rack inside and place the thermometer in the center of the treatment load. Then close the PackTite 2 by the zipper and plug in the heater unit. Set the timer for the chosen time (varies by the number and type of items treated). Observe the temperature to insure that the item reaches 120 degrees F and holds that temperature for 1 hour. After the treatment all of the bed bugs and the eggs inside the unit are dead.

Please watch the video below which demonstrates set up and use of the PackTite 2 treatment unit.

Features and Specs

Target pests Treats personal items for bed bugs.
Application Place items so they do not touch the outer sides, power cord, top flap or zipper. Take care not to overfill.
Pet safe Safe, non-chemical device
Yield Treatment times will range from 1/2 to 1 hour. Monitor the temperature of the items being treated to insure that the internal temperature of all items being treated reaches 120 degrees F and holds that temperature for 60 minutes.
Dimensions 36" L x 19" W x 24" H
Voltage 120V, 1500 Watts
Color Black
Material / Construction Canvas material lined with a coating bed bugs can't climb
Special Features * Easy to assemble and use
* No need to remove luggage (or backpack) contents
* Treats most standard suitcases
* Timer shuts the unit off automatically after the treatment
* A thermal overload protector is built in to the heater to prevent overheating
* Can be compacted down for convenient storage
Time to Kill 1 hour at 120 degrees F
* Kills all bedbug life in the heat range of 120-150 degrees F
Warranty 90-Day Manufacturers Limited Warranty (see below for details)
In the event service of the device is required or if you have any questions, please contact:
Parts Included Includes a countdown timer and thermometer with heating unit
Shipping Weight 17.20 lbs
Manufacturer PackTite


The PackTite 2 has replaced the original PackTite Portable Heater, offering improved reliability and heating power due to its new external heater unit design. The PackTite 2 uses patent-pending technology that thoroughly heats your personal items to a temperature that is proven to kill bed bugs at all stages of their life cycle, without damaging your belongings.

What can I treat with PackTite 2?

  • Luggage
  • Sleeping Bags
  • Backpacks and purses
  • Clothes and linens
  • Tools
  • Pillows
  • Shoes
  • Craft Supplies
  • And More!

PackTite 2 Features:

  • Easy to assemble and use.
  • No need to remove luggage (or backpack) contents
  • Countdown timer shuts the unit off automatically after the set treatment time
  • Assembled, PackTite 2 measures 36"L x 19"W x 24"H
  • PackTite 2 collapses to 11" high for convenient storage
  • Treats most standard suitcases


PackTite 2 Heat Treatment for Bedbugs

90-day Manufacturers Limited Warranty. Subject to the terms and conditions of this limited warranty, the Manufacturer warrants this product to be free from defects in material or workmanship for a period of 90 days from the date of its original retail purchase.

What Does This Limited Warranty Cover? This warranty covers any defects or malfunctions in the heater, thermometer, timer and/or canvas covering.

How Long Does the Coverage Last? This warranty is for a period of 90 days from the date of its original retail purchase. This warranty is not transferable and coverage terminates if you sell or otherwise transfer the product.

What Will the Manufacturer Do? Manufacturer will, at its option, repair or replace the defective or malfunctioning part at no charge. The repaired or replaced part will be covered by the remaining period of the original warranty.

What Does This Warranty Not Cover? This limited warranty excludes any parts not specifically listed and any problem arising from (a) abuse, misuse, accident, improper operation or maintenance, (b) an act of God (such as a flood, hurricane, tornado, or other weather-related event), or (c) use of any parts from another manufacturer.

To the extent permissible by applicable law, consequential and incidental damages are not recoverable under this limited warranty and this warranty shall be deemed to supersede and negate any and all other warranties, express or implied, and all other obligations or liabilities of the Manufacturer and authorized retailer, including any implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Note, some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the prior sentence may not apply to you.

How Do You Get Service? In order to be eligible for service under this warranty, proof of purchase (original receipt) must be made available to the Manufacturer, distributor or its service representative for all warranty claims.

Your Rights Under State Law: This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights, which vary from state to state.

Product Manufacturer: PackTite. 3333 W CR 54G, Laporte, CO 80535, USA.

****The PackTite 2 CANNOT be returned once it is purchased and left our warehouse.  Any issues with defective parts will be replaced by the manufacturer.  We will not accept returns or process refunds on any PackTite 2 units due to the possibility of bed bugs traveling back with the product.  You should only order this product if you know you need it. ****

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Can you put black leather shoes in the PackTite 2 Portable Bed Bug Heat Treatment Device?
There should be no issue putting leather shoes in the PackTite 2 Portable Bed Bug Heat Treatment Device.

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Will the PackTite 2 Portable Bed Bug Heat Treatment unit work for treating booklice?

You recommend using a Packtite for booklice. I plan to use one to make sure books (and papers and possibly photos) are free of the psocids. How long should I run the Packtite to kill booklice? Thank you!


While the Packtite 2 Portable Bed Bug Heat Treament unit reaches a lethal temperature to kill any insect and its eggs, it does not specify on the label to treat for booklice. Please contact Packlite directly for clarification at 970-412-1498.  Below are some recommendations on how to treat for booklice.


* Dehumidifying reduces the moisture content of the air that these insects find essential. Some methods for dehumidifying include: Mend leaking pipes. Ventilate closed rooms and attics. Eliminate standing water. Use a dehumidifier


* Regularly vacuuming cracks and crevices with a narrow vacuum tip also can be a good method to physically remove these insects from their harborages. 

Removal of food

* Excess food material should be eliminated. Food sources that can not be removed should be sealed in containers.

Eliminating Harborage Sites

* Wherever possible, potential hiding areas should be sealed with caulk, especially around windows, cabinets, and mouldings. Increasing the lighting makes harborages less hospitable. Removal of leaf litter from around the home can decrease the chance of an outside invasion.

Drying Stored Articles

* Periodic airing and drying of articles stored in damp areas may help reduce the mould on which these insects feed. Disposing of mouldy articles is often the simplest way of removing an infestation in an area.

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