Vehicle Mounted Fogging & Misting

Vehicle mounted fogging and misting are the right solution for large outdoor pest problems, such as mosquitoes.

Killem Pest is one of the few pest control companies in Singapore that uses the vehicle mounted fogger and mister. They are big versions of the common hand-carried fogger and mister. They have higher performance because of their faster application rate. They mainly target flying insects such as mosquitoes.

How does it work?

Vehicle mounted fogger: Just like the hand-carried fogger, this machine runs by heating a mixed solution with gasoline from the combustion chamber. The insecticide will be pumped via a delivery valve and injected to the fog head or nozzle. From there, insecticide liquid will be vaporized into hot gas and released into the target places.

Vehicle mounted mister: Vehicle mounted mister sprays fine mist (containing a small amount of insecticide) into the air in order to target flying insects. The gasoline driven engine is used to pressure and force the formulation from the insecticide container to produce the high volume insecticide mists through the nozzles.

Why is it reliable?

Vehicle mounted fogger: The dense fog created can last longer and is able to penetrate into unreachable or inaccessible spaces. A delivery rate of 10ℓ/min can be achieved.

Vehicle mounted mister: The adjustable aerosol nozzles allow a better variation of misting direction and ensure wider distribution of insecticides towards the treated areas.

Why do vehicle mounted fogging and misting?

This vehicle mounted fogger and mister will be the perfect solution for large-scale pest or vector control programs.

Cover a Large Area

This treatment covers a large area in a relatively short amount of time, especially suited to large outdoor infestations

Quick and Efficient

A fast application rate, efficiently treating tough outdoor pests like mosquitoes and flies

Unique in Singapore

Killem Pest is one of the few companies in Singapore with the ability to do vehicle mounted fogging and misting

Vehicle Mounted Fogging & Misting Process

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Step 1

Prepare Fogger and Insecticide

Depending on the type of pest(s), the right insecticide is prepared and the equipment is made ready.

Step 2

Ensure Safety Measures are in Place

Vehicle mounted treatments are heavy duty, our trained staff knows the strict safety measures required before starting the treatment.

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Step 3

Start Fogging and Misting

The infected outdoor area starts to get exposed to the fogging and misting treatment, reaching a large range.

Step 4

Monitor the Progress

Regularly check progress to see what the impact of the treatment is on the presence of pests.

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assess the effectiveness of vehicle fogging machine

Step 5

Assess Effectiveness of Treatment

Once completed, our team thoroughly checks the impact of the treatment and identifies any issues.

  • Time-saving
  • Labor-saving
  • Faster application rate
  • Better range of coverage

What we offer?

  • Wide coverage over short period of time

Anything else that people need to be aware of:

  • The vehicle carrying the fogger or mister must be able to access the area to be treated

Frequently Asked Questions

Vehicle mounted fogging & misting can be used to control a variety of insects including mosquitoes, flies, gnats, roaches, and other flying and crawling insects.

The frequency of vehicle mounted fogging & misting depends on several factors including the type of property, the location, and the level of pest activity. Typically, it is recommended to schedule regular treatments every 2-4 weeks during the peak mosquito and fly season.

Vehicle mounted fogging & misting is typically effective immediately after the treatment, although it may take a few hours for the mist or fog to settle and provide complete coverage.

The duration of a vehicle mounted fogging & misting treatment depends on the size of the property and the level of pest activity, but it typically takes between 30 minutes to 1 hour to complete. The treatment may need to be repeated multiple times to achieve the desired level of pest control.