Fumigation is the use of a chemical fumigant which is gaseous to suffocate or poison pests/insects within a certain enclosure. Fumigation is essential when transporting varieties of goods via ships and aircrafts using containers. This practice is required to keep away exotic pests and diseases entering a country while permitting fast clearance for containers.
DEEPCARE holds expertise in offering fumigation services majorly for import and export containers of tea, tobacco, spices, flour, furniture, books and many more. As professional operators in the fumigation industry we are constantly monitored by Quarantine authorities and Human Health Services locally and internationally.
DEEPCARE also specializes in using safe and effective fumigants such as Methyl Bromide , Aluminium Phosphide (Quickphos/Celphos). Consequently, professionals DEEPCARE are committed to meeting the highest industry standards with required permits and accreditation.
DEEPCARE offers fumigation services primarily in the following areas.
To control pests at all life stages and prevent insect resistance, phosphine gas concentration needs to reach 300 parts per million (ppm) for seven days (when grain is above 25°C) or 200ppm for 10 days (between 15-25°C). Insect activity is slower in cooler grain temperatures so require longer exposer to the gas to receive a lethal dose.
Silos, otherwise known as gas tight silos are recommended for long term storage of grain. Sealed silos are a controlled atmosphere that acts as fumigation chambers for effective control of insects at all life stages.
HE Silos offers fan forced (recirculation) fumigation systems or a more affordable thermal fumigation alternative. With the increasing resistance of Weevils to phosphine treatment in unsealed silos, the importance of pest control for farmers who on-sell their grain is paramount to their success in the modern market. Because of this fact alone, HE Silos has de-signed a product that will ensure your grain remains insect free.
In spite of brief stay of patients in the operation theatre, the environment of operation theatre plays a great role in the onset and spread of infections, because of multifactor causation of infections. It is usually necessary to study the epidemiology of infection as a multidisciplinary approach. In resource poor circumstances as in most developing countries, people work in isolation and few facilities to make any epidemiological surveys. Many believe that routine Microbiological monitoring is most essential but in reality it is not practicable. But every hospital should pay good attention in proper maintenance of air conditioning plants, ventilator systems, and to have greater control on mechanisms and personnel involved in disinfection and sterilization of materials used in the theatres in operative procedures.