Just Freeze with Cryonite®
Fast & Effective
With Cryonite, you can kill pest quickly, safely and effectively. Just point and shoot! The patented carbon dioxide snow freezes pests instantly. And pests cannot build up a resistance to such treatments since no chemicals are involved.
Clean & Green
Cryonite is environmentally friendly and hygienic. The carbon dioxide used is recycled from industrial processes, so Cryonite adds NO carbon dioxide to the atmosphere. And carbon dioxide is non-toxic and non-allergic.
Easy to Use
No license is required to treat pests with a Cryonite system. Anyone can do it!
- Completely dry: can be used in electric devices
- No chemicals or residues
- Safe for Hotels – Food Industry – Hospitals – Museums – Sacred Buildings – Trains – Offices
Apartment & Rental Properties
When pest are discovered, you need to respond immediately to keep residents and guest happy. Cryonite lets you treat problems like bedbugs instantly, while you are waiting for a pest management professional to arrive. The PMP can then apply long-term treatments to mitigate recurrence.
Hotel & Guest Service Providers
Cryonite provides a way to kill pests instantly without chemicals or toxins, making it ideal for immediate remediation by the management staff. This quick response may mean a great difference in results preventing an introduction from becoming an infestation.
Hospitals & Healthcare
When pest are discovered, you need to respond immediately to keep patients and families happy. Cryonite lets you treat problems like bedbugs instantly, while you are waiting for a pest management professional to arrive. The PMP can then apply long-term treatments to mitigate recurrence.
How does Cryonite work?
Carbon dioxide snow (“dry ice” snow) is very cold: about -110F (-78.9C). But just being cold is not enough.
For example, the snow produced by a fire extinguisher is meant to put out a fire, not freeze tiny bugs. Compared to Cryonite snow, the particle size is big, and the particle speed is slow. For killing bugs, a fire extinguisher simply cannot do the job. (We might as well admit here that Cryonite makes a lousy fire extinguisher!)
The Cryonite effect – rapid freezing – depends on a patented mix of particle sizes and speeds. Cooling occurs in several phases, each phase having the optimal combination of particle size and speed.
High speed help particles penetrate deep into thin cracks and crevices and through long pipes. But high speed is also an integral part of the freezing itself. For the energy transfer to be efficient, the ice particles need contact with the target (bug or surface). High speed makes for good, contact-making impact on the target.