Trapping Technology

Built-in defense system gives 24/7  protection. It kills any lurking pests trying to climb in your bed

The second part of the GoodKnight strategy is based on these well-known entomological facts:

  • Bedbugs are obligate blood feeders-- if they do not get a blood meal, they die
  • They generally feed at night (particularly in the hours before dawn) 8

 

The GoodKnight™ takes advantage of this behavior, by luring bedbugs from the room into the traps. Thus, the bedbugs are killed, and the bed and it's user(s) remain protected by these impenetrable traps.

GoodKnight™ Trapping System: The above cross-section shows how the only migration routes into the bed are protected by traps.

GoodKnight™  DELUX Trapping System: The above cross-section shows how the only migration routes into the bed are protected by traps.

 

GoodKnight bed bug accessories: Use bed bug magnets as traps to protect any bed

GoodKnight™  BED BUG MAGNET: The above trap can be used to protect any bed with castors. Ideal compliment for the GK ECONO.

 

Monitoring for Bedbugs

The traps also act as an early detection system for bedbugs.

 

References:

(1) Insecticide Resistance in the Bed Bug: A Factor in the Pest’s Sudden Resurgence? Potter, D., Haynes, K.F., Potter, M., and A. Romero. 2007. J. Med. Entomol. 44 (2): 175Ð178

(2) Lethal Effects of Heat and Use of Localized Heat Treatment for Control of Bed Bug Infestations Roberto M. Pereira, Philip G. Koehler, Margie Pfiester, and Wayne Walker 2009. J. Med. Entomol. 102 (3), 1182-1188

(3) Lethal Effects of Heat and Use of Localized Heat Treatment for Control of Bed Bug Infestations Pereira, R.M., Koehler, P.G., Pfiester, M., and W. Walker. 2009. Journal of Economic Entomology. 102 (3), 1182-1188

(4) Larry G. Arlian, Thomas A.E. Platts-Mills, The biology of dust mites and the remediation of mite allergens in allergic disease, Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, Volume 107, Issue 3, Supplement, March 2001, Pages S406-S413, ISSN 0091-6749, 10.1067/mai.2001.113670.

(5) Mahakittikun V, Wongkamchai S, Ahamad MH, Vichyanond P (2001) Killing mites with heat. Allergy Net 56:262

(6) Mellanby, K., Johnson, C.G., Bartley, W.C. and P. Brown. Experiments on the Survival and Behaviour of the Itch Mite, Sarcoptes scabiei DeG. var. hominis. 1942. Bulletin of Entomological Research, 33, pp 267-271. doi:10.1017/S0007485300026584.

(7) Mellanby, K. 1932. The influence of atmospheric humidity on the thermal death point of a number of insects. Journal of Experimental Biology. 9(2)

(8) Bed Bug Bites: A Review. Thomas I, Kihiczak GG, Schwartz RA. 2004. Int J Dermatol.;43(6):430-3

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