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What makes Termidor different?

The active ingredient in Termidor is fipronil, and it works quite differently from other active ingredients. It also manages termite colonies in 3 months or less (that's significantly faster than the best bait system). Here's why.

Termites don't know it's there

Many termiticides are repellents, applied as a barrier. This means they keep termites away instead of killing them. But if there's a gap in the treatment, the repellent effect fails and the termites get through.

Termidor is non-repellent. Termites can't smell it, see it or feel it. Since they don't know it's there, they forage freely in a treated area. The '100% effective' results begin here.

'Transfer Effect' controls the colony

As well as eating Termidor, a termite will also unknowingly pick it up and carry it back to the colony on its body. Every other termite it contacts, feeds or grooms will itself become a carrier, contacting and infecting others.

But because the fipronil in Termidor is slow-acting and allows the termite to contribute its normal routine, it remains active long enough to transfer the termiticide to a large number of other termites in the colony before dying itself.

This combination of ingestion, contact, and 'transfer effect' (which is unique, and puts Termidor in a category by itself) routinely provides 100 % termite control in 3 months or less. No exceptions.

Can be 2-6 times faster than a bait system

Termidor manages termite colonies a lot faster than bait systems, which can take from many months to several years.

In addition, termite bait is not added to a monitoring station until termite activity is actually observed at that station. As well as taking time, this also leaves the possibility of termite damage to the structure being baited, even though no termite activity is seen at the outlying stations.

With Termidor, termites are killed, dead. That's why there are no excuses. And a lot less waiting around.

Is it safe?

Termidor is effective at very low application rates: typically, the active ingredient fipronil will be just 0.06%. Since 1995, fipronil has been used for flea and tick control on millions of cats and dogs, globally. And since Termidor bonds to the soil, their's no leaching through rainfall or irrigation.

Does it smell?

No, Termidor has virtually no odor (which means neither you nor your family will notice anything). Since it's applied with water, there's also no solvent smell.

Who makes Termidor?

Aventis Enviromental Science, one of the world's largest environmental science company. Aventis has developed a complete generation of effective, responsible pest control products for many different industries and applications.

HOW THE 'TRANSFER EFFECT' WORKS

Once a termite has ingested or contacted Termidor treated material with its body, it becomes a 'carrier'. Every other termite it contacts will be infected...

...Which in turn infects every other termite it contacts. But Termidor works slowly, letting termites contact many others before dying themselves.

And although the Termidor effect on individual termites is intentionally slow, the overall colony management is fast: it can be 2-6 times faster than bait systems.
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