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PCS Introduces New Bed Bug Heat Treatment System

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The system is comprised of a heater capable of an output of up to 62,800 BTU, three industrial fans, all the necessary cords, and a thermo coupler capable of six separate temperature readings.

| March 23, 2011

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Pest Control Supplies introduces PCS HEAT, a bed bug heat treatment system.

The electric heater works off of six 110 circuits, a 50 amp 220 service, or both.

This is a turn key unit. It comes with a heater capable of an output of up to 62,800 BTU, three industrial fans, all necessary cords, and a thermo coupler capable of six separate temperature readings.

The heater is on wheels and only weights 94 pounds. It is compact enough to put two or three units easily in the back of a pick up truck.

For more information visit www.PCSHEAT.com

 

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