FUMIGATION OF RAW
By Methyl Bromide doses require from @ 36 gms
per M3 to @ 80 grams per M3
By Phosphine Gas Tablet dose require @ 1.1 Tab per M3
(With Instruction to Exporter for proper
cleaning & packing).
CONTAINER FUMIGATION WITH
After stuffing some time
Container goes to container yards terminal, of KPT/QICT
(inside port areas) Customs Department to fulfill their custom
formalities and to sealed the container.
(By special method we can also fumigate the
container after custom examination with Methyl -
whose exposure done at destination).
All Fumigation Treatment are monitored by the Expert of PPC
for Fumigation & after exposure opening Container doors
are opened to
release gas therein. Site inspections may be
carried out by the environment health inspectors
to determine all safety aspects are adhered to.
All fumigation’s are carried out by our trained
experienced fumigators. The
concentration of the gas used will kill all
alive insects pests present at the time of
fumigation. Fumigated cargo should be shipped
out as soon as possible on completion of the
Fumigation are specially with Methyl Promide carried out in accordance to "AQIS"
(Australian Quarantine & Inspection Services)
ALUMINUM PHOSPHATE FUMIGATION:
Aluminum Phosphate is in the form of tablets and
are also use worldwide for
fumigation of raw and processed commodities
including grains, tobacco, nuts seeds, animal
feeds, tea, coffee leaf, wheat flour, processed
spices, dried fruits. It can also be used for
fumigating storage structures like silos
warehouses, flour mills ship holds, railcars
etc. The period required 3 - 6 days time keeping
in view the conditions & temperature, USA and
some other countries requires Phosphine gas
WOOD TREATMENT & WOOD PACKING FUMIGATION:
ISPM 15 fumigation
accredited to carry out phytosanitary treatment.
This includes the application of Methyl Bromide
Fumigation treatment and IPPC marks defined
under the International Standards for Phytosanitary measures (i.e. ISPM 15) for solid
international ISPM 15 requirements on wood
pallets apply to all species of coniferous and
non-coniferous packaging materials. The standard
does not not apply to wood packaging made wholly
of products such as plywood, particle board,
oriented strand board, medium density fiber
board or products created using glue, heat and
pressure or a combination of these.
countries have already partially or fully
implemented the standards. The EU, Australia,
Canada and South Africa are also implementing
bans on coniferous wood packaging and in certain
cases non-coniferous hardwood packaging, meaning
shipping pallets (skids), crates, and wood used
to secure ocean cargo loads.
ISPM15 requirements, exporters would be required
to heat treat wood packaging material to a
minimum core temperature of 56AșC for a minimum
of 30 minutes. Exporters could also use methylbromide to fumigate the wood packing.
requires certification of the packaging with an
approved International Plant Protection
Convention (IPPC) logo. Unmarked Wooden Packing
Materials / Woods.
will be considered
untreated and (objectionable) non-compliant.
METHYL BROMIDE FUMIGATION
Methyl Bromide is most widely
used fumigant for Quarantine purposes. It is a
preferred fumigant for most
of the quarantine authorities around the world,
of its good penetrating
ability, rapid action, high toxicity to a broad
insects and pests. It is
frequently used for fumigating timber,
empty containers, food
stuffs, and other agricultural produce. When
carried out with Methyl
Bromide fumigant residue problems will not be
aeration can be carried out
easily. It is very effective in controlling all
insects from egg to the adult
stage. Quarantine Authorities around the world
stipulated that methyl
bromide fumigation has to be carried out for all
which is made out of Wood, Straw materials.