As carrying out a fumigation treatment involves lot of know-how, technical aspects and lethal gases, therefore it should be got done through a trained and authorized agency only which are regulated by the concerned Government authorities.
Another important component of any fumigation operation is the dosages. Dosage of a fumigant is nothing but the pre-calculated amount of Gas introduced inside the known volume of an enclosure. Incorrect Dosages of Fumigants can lead to Product injury and pest survival.
Dosages are calculated keeping in view the safety of the cargo and safety of the operator who is performing the fumigation operations. Gas tightness of the enclosure is the another factor which plays a vital role in the entire fumigation process. The more gas tight an enclosure is, the more promising results it gives.
We offer following Commercial Fumigation Services to entire Delhi NCR region such as Gurgaon, Noida, Gaziabad, Sonepat, Bahadurgarh etc.:
Pallets and boxes (tarp & seal)
Boxcars and Lift Vans
SILOS, Food processing Plant and Machinery
Empty/Stuffed Godowns and Ware-houses
The cost of fumigation depends upon mainly upon the type of commodity/premise being fumigated and gas being used. However rates are quoted on per cubic meter (cbm.) or cubic feet (cft.) basis. In the case of bulk grain/food items the rates are quoted on per MT (Metric Tonne) basis. Therefore, the exact calculation of the cost can be done only after knowing the volume of the goods and other logistics.We also supply Fumigated Pallets.
Fumigation gases only control existing infestations in the cargo and as such do not provide any future protection against re-infestation.Therefore timber treated by fumigation must be immediately container- packed or shipped within 21 days of treatment. Moreover During this critical period of 21 days ,it should be stored cautiously least cross infestation may occur. After successful Completion of Fumigation when commodity is taken for repacking every care must be taken to maintain the repacking area pest free and good hygienic practices should be followed in order to avoid cross infestation between fumigated and unfumigated goods.
The infestation rapidly develops during the voyage period and when the cargo reaches the port of detination it has to be re-fumigated again at the cost of exporter or the buyer. Therefore It is better to carry out fumigation just prior to export to avoid huge fumigation expenditure and handling cost at the port of destination .
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