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  Mosquito Management  

Mosquit service is a professional mosquito management service offered by Emirates Services is an integrated approach consisting of chemical spray, Larviciding thermal/cold fogging & simultaneously providing recommendations on sanitation reducing re-infestation.

Mosquito infestation can be present due to various reasons, open entry points, reservoir for breeding in close proximity, water stagnation in locality or surrounding areas, hence at Emirates Services we developed an integrated approach- mosquit services.

This is a recommended service for manufacturing, food processing, residential, retail and mall properties.

Larviciding
Larviciding process is where chemicals is sprayed to all water stagnant bodies, storm water drains. this eliminates the egg rafts & the larva present in the water body.

Residual spraying
This is a process initiated to control air borne adult mosquitoes. chemically infused vaporizing oils / liquids are used to create thick smoke clouds which mix in the air &eliminate flying or resting mosquitoes .

Thermal fogging
Larviciding process is where chemicals is sprayed to all water stagnant bodies, storm water drains. this eliminates the egg rafts & the larva present in the water body.

Cold fogging
This is a process initiated to control air borne adult mosquitoes. chemically infused aqueous liquid is dispensed in the air at low volume to create an invisible chemical cloud which targets flying or resting mosquitoes. this process is non polluting, non-hazardous since it uses an aqueous liquid instead of vaporizing oils.

Emirates Services edge : cold fogging process at EPCORN gives its customers an edge over conventional thermal fogging process since its environment friendly and more effective.

 

 
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Did You Know?
Mosquitoes are common flying insects in the family Culicidae that are found around the world. The females of most mosquito species suck blood (hematophagy) from other animals, which has made them the deadliest disease vector known, killing millions of people over thousands of years and continuing to kill millions per year by the spread of infectious diseases. There are many methods used for mosquito control, depending on the situation.

Mosquitoes go through four stages in their life cycle: egg, larva, pupa, and adult or imago. The first three stages are aquatic and last 5–14 days, depending on the species and the ambient temperature. The adult females can live up to a month (or more in captivity) but most probably do not live more than 1–2 weeks in nature.

Mosquito larvae have a well-developed head with mouth brushes used for feeding, a large thorax with no legs and a segmented abdomen.

Larvae breathe through spiracles located on the 8th abdominal segment and therefore must come to the surface frequently. The larvae spend most of their time feeding on algae, bacteria, and other microorganisms in the surface microlayer. They dive below the surface only when disturbed. Larvae swim either by jerky movements of the entire body, explaining their nickname "wigglers", or through propulsion with the mouth brushes. Larvae also like very warm temperatures.

Larvae develop through 4 stages, or instars, after which they metamorphose into pupae. At the end of each instar, the larvae molt, shedding their exoskeleton, or skin, to allow for further growth.

 

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