Traditional ways of checking traps are inefficient
Traditional methods require pest control technicians to perform frequent inspections. This means manually climb up to the false ceilings, which might not only disturb business operations, but stir up dust particles as well.
The whole process exhausts much resources as time is spent travelling to locations, and checking each location one by one. More often than ever, technicians do not have a record of where each traps is placed, and some traps might even be missed out.
Failure to remove the dead rodents in time will result in the rodents decomposing, producing nasty odor, and inviting flies and maggots.
Image taken from a shopping mall in the central Singapore.
Depending on many factors, including the size of rodent, temperature, humidity and accessibility to decomposers (flies, maggots), the decomposition time may vary. The rodents will emit an odor (a mix of sulfur dioxide, methane and other noxious gases) as the body tissues are being broken down, liquefying into brown liquids that might stain the walls. The odor will continue until the body completely dries up, which might take 3 weeks or more.
How can you avoid dealing with dead rodent odor?
The trapped rodents should be removed as soon as possible as they are caught. With the help of box trap sensors, users can be alerted immediately once the traps are triggered. Immediate response can be arranged to prevent rodent from decomposing. Time is saved as there is no need to check traps with no activities.
Users are able access the portal easily via the internet remotely. Data can be easily extracted for analytics. This provides a clear view of the rodent catch progress for both pest control companies, as well as facility owner.
Call us to learn how you can implement this in your own business, improving efficiency and fixing your rodent issues!