Insecticides

Professional insecticides for the control of the main flying and crawling insect species in indoor and outdoor areas.

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Gel bait

Stable and appetising insecticides consisting of a patented matrix with the active ingredient combined with attractants. The gel baits allow for greater adhesion and persistence over time on surfaces, for targeted and precise application.

Insecticides

Gel bait

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Larvicides

Used to prevent the proliferation of harmful insects during the early stages of their life cycle. Granular larvicides are based on sporigenic bacteria, unlike growth regulators (IGRs) which can be in liquid or tablet formulation.

Insecticides

Larvicides

Effective against insect larvae

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Adulticides

Used to control adult insects harmful to humans and the environment. They are produced in various formulations: aerosol, ready-to-use, emulsifiable concentrate, microencapsulated, concentrated suspension, aqueous microemulsion, etc. depending on the type of use.

Insecticides

Effective against adult insects

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Insecticides

Gel bait

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Insecticide formulations: the main types of formulation

Types and formulations of insecticide products

Insecticides represent a category of chemicals designed to manage infestations of flying and crawling insects, preventing damage to crops, structures and human health. They are synthesized to act according to the life cycle, behavior, and biochemistry of the target insect.

The main types of existing formulations are: Concentrated suspension (SC), emulsifiable concentrate (EC), microencapsulated suspension, concentrated microemulsion (ME), aqueous microemulsion (ME), ready-to-use, granules, wettable powders, gels, aerosols.

How microencapsulated insecticides act

In this type of formulation, the p.a. is dissolved in polymeric microcapsules, dispersed in an aqueous liquid. After application, the aqueous liquid evaporates and the slow release of the p.a. by the microcapsules begins. This continuous and controlled release of the minimum but sufficient amount of the active ingredient allows microencapsulates a longer duration of residual action, high chemical stability, lower toxicity and less impact on natural ecosystems.

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