ANAHEIM, Calif. — GreenTech Heat has published three new books in their quest to educate those interested in the use of convected heat for pest control. These books provide an overview of the history of heat in the pest control industry as well as keen insights into applying the technology that has been developed and perfected over the past 30 years.
Hot House: A Selective History of Convected Heat in the Pest Control and Remediation Industries provides an introduction to the development of the thermal pest control industry from its beginnings in academia through its modern applications. In this book, Dr Linford writes about his pioneering methodology and describes how heat has become a world-wide method of safely and effectively killing and controlling insects without the use of harmful pesticides. Writing from his first-hand perspective on the technology, Dr. Linford describes the use of heat to kill structural wood destroying pests, stored food infestations, and household pests including cockroaches and bed bugs. This book reveals the many markets that may be served effectively with convected heat.