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Thermal Clean Unveils Insect Inferno at Bed Bug Forum

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Company uses innovative mobile insect elimination system.

| January 5, 2011

DENVER, Colo. — Thermal Clean will unveil Insect Inferno, a heat-controlled, mobile insect elimination system, at the National Pest Management Association’s Bed Bug Forum this week in Denver.
 
“We are the only company in Colorado to use Insect Inferno, which is a mobile unit that raises the core temperature of its contents — mattresses, couches, and furniture — to kill insects and their eggs,” commented Brad Steinmetz, president of Thermal Clean.  “We will demonstrate live at the National Bed Bug Forum, officially launching the system in the Rocky Mountain region.”

Thermal Clean, a Colorado company that specializes in bed bug pest control, uses heat-based cleaning to completely eliminate bed bug problems for customers along Colorado’s Front Range.  In addition to eliminating bed bugs, Thermal Clean’s heat cleaning processes reduce pet odors and kill most insects and their eggs, allergens, pollens, dander, bacteria, mold, mildew, fungi, and most viruses.  Learn more at http://thermal-clean.com.

The patent-pending Insect Inferno is being used in eight states currently and not only eliminates bed bugs, but also fleas, cockroaches, and dust mites. The Insect Inferno mobile trailer features an electronic monitoring system, actuators for easy loading and unloading of furniture, and a contained heat source to maintain a constant temperature.  For more information, visit www.insectinferno.com.

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