The Smart Choice for Commercial Pest Treatments

Temprid75 offers both fast knockdown and residual control, making it a sound choice for use in commercial applications.


When carrying out general pest services in commercial accounts, considerations can be different to residential situations. Certainly, with the variety in the type of commercial accounts, pest managers can encounter a wider range of use situations. But pest managers also need to consider other requirements in commercial treatments, such as resistance management in accounts with regular servicing and HACCP requirements in food management accounts. So, it’s important to have a high performing product, covering a broad range of pests that can be used in a wide range of situations. As such, pest managers shouldn’t necessarily grab their usual residential go-to product for commercial work. However, if that go-to product is Temprid75, it is an ideal choice for both residential and commercial work.

Broad spectrum control is a must for a commercial product. You don’t want to be chopping and changing products if you come across a less common pest. Temprid75 is labelled for all the common pests but can also be used on stored product pests, which are more common in some food handling establishments, as well as bed bugs, which are the scourge of the hospitality industry.

When it comes to bed bugs, strains highly resistant to insecticides are commonly encountered. Increased resistance has also been reported in populations of German cockroaches and houseflies. As Temprid75 contains a combination of two different actives with two different modes of action (a pyrethroid and neonicotinoid), it is effective on many resistant strains of insect, include pyrethroid-resistant bed bugs.

Group of bed bugs on a mattress
Temprid75 is effective on pyrethroid-resistant bed bugs

Food-handling establishments, be they restaurants, supermarkets or warehouses, often require pest managers to meet HACCP requirements and use HACCP-approved products. Temprid75 is HACCP certified but as with all insecticide sprays, it shouldn’t be applied to food preparation surfaces and any food items should be either covered or removed from the area prior to application.

Being a water-based SC, Temprid75 performs well on a wide range of surfaces, including concrete, which is a common flooring in many commercial buildings. Concrete can be an aggressive surface that can degrade pyrethroids. However, with its combination of pyrethroid and neonicotinoid, and the SC particles sitting proud on the surface, Temprid75 still provides good residual performance on concrete.

Whilst performance and safety are often the top factors in product choice, cost is not far behind. Margins in commercial services can be tight, so every little saving that can be found to improve margins is important. With the low application rate of Temprid75, a little goes a long way, making it highly cost effective.

At the end of the day, keeping the customer happy is of primary concern. The dual action system in Temprid75 is formulated using HAS technology – Homogenised Active Solution – in which the actives are milled to the optimal particle size for superior performance. As a result, the fast knockdown performance will give customers the satisfaction of seeing dead insects immediately after treatment and the pest manager has the confidence that the residual performance will keep working in between services.

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