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TEMP-AIR Introduces New Bed Bug Heater

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The new EBB-460V is a lighter, narrower and more efficient thermal remediation electric bed bug heater.

| August 30, 2010

BURNSVILLE, Minn. - TEMP-AIR released its new EBB-460V, a lighter, narrower and more efficient thermal remediation electric bed bug heater. Nearly 100 pounds lighter and 10 inches narrower than its predecessor, the EBB-460V efficiently delivers 7,000 watts at 2,400 cubic feet per minute (CFM) of heated air. Also equipped with lockable swivel casters, the updated unit can be moved easily from room-to-room and through narrow doorways.
 
The EBB-460V delivers high volumes of air at a high velocity, ultimately reducing heat up time. Designed with a digital temperature control, the EBB-460V is locked not to exceed 135°F based on air intake. This controlled application of heat ensures lethal temperatures are reached while minimizing damage to the space and its contents.
 
Keeping safety in mind, the EBB-460V is UL approved and listed as an insect control device and is the only heater specifically designed for the application of heat to control bed bugs.
 
The EBB-460V is standard in the trailer, expanded, and house power equipment packages. The most popular equipment package combines a trailer equipped with a 40 kW generator, 4 EBB-460V (460 volt, 3 phase) heaters, fans, a wireless temperature monitoring system, and various treatment accessories.

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