Container fumigation is different to in transit fumigation because it requires that to fumigate the container the latter should be stationary until the process is completed. This means that the container needs to be parked before it can be fumigated.
Fumigation will only be effective if proper fumigants are used. These are chemicals that at normal temperatures take a gaseous form. Being very toxic, these fumigants can prove to be very effective in killing pests and by rapidly penetrating through grains as well as various commodities they can do a very effective job. However, these fumigant gases will diffuse (during fumigation) in various ways. This is why before using fumigants it is important to thoroughly understand each fumigants properties and also what kind of results can be expected.
Fumigation means using a process in which a fumigant Fumigacion Las Condes is added to a fumigation enclosure with the specific intention of killing off all pests. The best fumigation practices are those processes that provide desirable results by ensuring that people doing the fumigation are not harmed and that all people around the fumigation area are also kept safe from harm.
The fumigation enclosure is, in the case of container fumigation, the container which must be properly sealed and be gas tight to hold the fumigation gas toxic concentration long enough for it to kill the targeted pests during a given period of time called the exposure period.
The technician is entirely responsible for conducting proper container fumigation. In case of failure or problems the technician will be held responsible. Therefore, before entrusting the container fumigation task to a fumigator be sure to deal only with a fumigating company that offers effective, safe and proper fumigation services that will cure all manner of pest infestations.
Another issue about getting a container fumigated is finding a company that will do the fumigation properly and also deliver quick results to help save management time and ensure compliance with applicable safety and health legislation. The technician must be able to carry out fumigation of containers at any time including during shipping.
The technician also treats both export as well as import containers and which does the fumigation through use of phosphine. This kind of fumigation is legal and conforms to the standards set out by the International Maritime Organization as well as the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code.