Thermal Remediation scientists conduct research together


Our company highly values the need for continuous improvement in both our equipment design and application procedures. To assist us in our advancement efforts, we have partnered with other established organizations to perform scientific research experiments in order to determine how to make our heat treatments increasingly effective.

A Thermal Remediation trailer

In-depth research experiments have been performed in conjunction with Kansas State University, the Propane Education and Research Council and other organizations to test for variables that affect the insect heat treatment process. Examples of factors found in these studies that may alter the success of an insect heat treatment include length of exposure time, relative humidity levels and structural properties.

A number of research studies have also been conducted comparing the effectiveness of insect heat treatments versus chemical treatment methods. The results of these studies show a trend in insect resistance to chemicals among other crucial findings.

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