What is insect fumigation?
Insect fumigation is a process that kills specific organisms regardless of their stage of development by exposing them to gas. A chemical is applied under pressure and at the temperature required to reach the gaseous state. The gas is released in the area to be treated and spreads into the tiniest gaps, poisoning the targeted insects. This process is very efficient: the gas penetrates everywhere, even in places that are difficult or even impossible to reach with another treatment.