Definitely a fumigation which needs to be handled by professionals.

Different from QPS Fumigation or Quarantine & Pre-Shipment (which we do provide such services).

Requires sophisticated equipment.

Experienced licensed fumigators.

Health & Quarantine authorities in many nations are becoming increasingly concerned about the potentially deadly risks of ventors being “imported” into their countries by “jet-setting” pests that travel on international flights.

Pre Fumigation

Mandatory requirement to inform relevant government authorities.

Fumigant must be release as a hot gas.
Volatizer or Heat Exchanger is a must to ascertain liquid fumigant is released totally in a gaseous state.


Volatizer/heat exchanger heated up away from aircraft
Getting ready to dispense hot gas


Preparations and sealing for air tightness before release of MB gas
Caution Sign
Actual Fumigation - Calculate dosage and amount to release MB gas
This technique of dosage calculation and CONCENTRATION TIME is critical to ensure that the optimum concentration of gas is released against targeted pests and there are no detrimental effects to the equipment/materials in the aircraft.
Preparations to ventilate
Tests for gas concentrations

Ventilation / Aeration

After ventilation priority to test gas concentration is mandatory and sophisticated equipment is needed.

Ensure gases trapped in seats are ventilated correctly and aircraft is totally free of toxic fumigant before declaring it safe for re-entry.

After a successful fumigation, even carcasses of bed bugs and rodents can be detected at cushion seats!

Disinfection services to Aircraft

Besides fumigation, we provide disinfection to the entire aircraft to eradicate viruses or harmful bacteria.
The recent SARS outbreak has highlighted the need for airlines to seriously combat viruses from contaminating their aircraft through human transit. Our company is able to either provide localized or specific cabins/holds or complete disinfection throughout an aircraft.

On long haul Aircraft it is recommended to have regular Disinfestations' Treatments carried out and also to conform with any future legislation i.e. food hygiene regulations or HACCP. It is also part of the World Health Organization Recommendations on the decontamination of Aircraft.