Verifi™ Bed Bug Detector for the Pest Control Industry Professional

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Submitted by BedBug Central on Thu, 2013-01-17 00:00

In this video, Jeff will describe how the Verifi™ Bed Bug Detector by FMC works, aspects to consider when installing Verifi and different considerations to take into account when setting the devices in different environments.  This video is intended to be watched by pest control professionals since it talks in more depth about the dynamics of setting the monitor to detect bed bugs.  That being said it is good for consumer to watch it as well so you can speak knowledgeably with your local pest control company because Verifi is only available to pest control industry professionals and any homeowner or renter watching this video should contact your local pest control professional to ask more about the Verifi™ Bed Bug Detector.  The Verifi uses both CO2 and a chemical lure to attract bed bugs to it.  The CO2 booster lasts 24 hours once activated and the lure will last 90 days after installed.  This device can be used to confirm a problem exists, verify a problem has been eliminated or be used as a proactive monitor to detect bed bugs early on.  The intervals with which Verifi should be inspected and rate at which the booster and lure are going to be replaced are discussions to be had with your local pest control provider.  Research has indicated that bed bugs are activated about 5 feet from where the Verifi has been set.  This 5 foot radius should be a starting point when designing where Verifi will be set and sleeping areas should be considered as focal points for monitoring.  If you are a pest control industry professionals and want to show clients a more basic video on Verifi to help explain its use and function, please refer to our consumer Verifi™ Bed Bug Detector video here:

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