Termirepel is an extremely low concern, extremely low toxicity, non-carcinogenic and non-mutagenic compound and non hazardous insect/termite aversive which has been designed for polymeric applications as well as natural materials like wood.

Why it needs to be addressed in an effective manner

Why Termirepel

  • Termites have been around since the Mesozoic era (i.e. since the time of the dinosaurs!!!) which quite literally means that they have a strong sense of survival and persistence explaining why erstwhile termite treatments are actually not quite effective.
  • Termite colonies eat nonstop, 24 hours a day, seven days a week! This results in up to $ 2 billion in damage every year.
  • More than 600,000 U.S. homes suffer termite damage totaling over $2 billion annually. That is more damage than is caused by all fires, storms and earthquakes combined. More than 2 million homes require termite treatment each year.
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Mechanism

Incorporated within its chemistry are a unique set of compounds which provide Termirepel with an effective method to keep away termites and insects in general while at the same time causing no harm to the target as well as the non target species, human beings and the environment. Termirepel follows a systematic 6 pronged strategy which is extremely effective against insects and even other animals. Here is how:

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