New Titan service and troubleshooting videos now online
by David Rios, Assistant Director of Technical Services
January 15, 2021
The Titan 800 and Titan 450 are the two most powerful portable direct fired insect eradication heaters available. Our new service and troubleshooting videos will help you keep them running more efficiently to provide years of bed-bug killing service.
The first five videos in this series are:
- Troubleshoot sail switch
- Troubleshoot ignition
- Troubleshoot fan replacement
- Troubleshoot fuel issues
- Troubleshoot possible fuel leak
All Titan 450 and Titan 800 portable direct-fired bed bug heaters come with our exclusive 2-year repair or replace warranty. These troubleshooting and service videos will let you keep these powerful machines running at top efficiency for years to come.
Heat works in all industries: pest control, historical building preservation, food storage, automotive and aircraft decontamination, government buildings, senior housing, multi-unit housing, and restaurants, just to name a few!
Technical questions or ready to get started? Call us at 855-484-2847.
GreenTech Heat technology is also 100% effective for bed bugs, cockroaches, termites, and all other insects. GreenTech Heat equipment allows you to self-treat with heat on your schedule and as your needs demand. Our certified training lets you do it right and do it safely the first time. Heat safely kills insects and bacteria, viruses, and mold everywhere they may be found in a single one-day treatment. Call us at 888-699-3944. We have bed bug heaters for sale to get started with heat today.
What People Say
The use of non-chemical measures such as heat treatments has distinct advantages. This method does not have many limitations with respect to the number of items treated and the area to be treated. There are no chemical residues to consider and, compared to gas fumigation of areas, margins for safety are considerably greater. The area treated can include a number of items (garments and furniture) that would otherwise increase the complexity of other control measures, the time required to treat these items, and the potential for control failure.