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Alpine Termite And Ant Foam

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Introducing the first nonrepellent foam good enough to be used with Termidor termite control which is effective on both termites and ants. At last, a BASF-approved foam partner for Termidor termiticide/insecticide has arrived. New Alpine ant and termite foam won’t compromise your Termidor treatment zone or your customers’ desire for the best pest control available. Alpine Foam cannot be detected by insects (non-repellent) and gets transferred throughout, allowing the insecticide to spread quickly throughout the entire colony.

Target Pests

Ants (including Argentine foraging Carpenter Ghost Pharaoh White Footed; Excluding: Fire and Harvester) Termites (including Subterranean and Drywood) Wood Destroying Insects (Powder Post Beetles Old House Borer Wharf Borer) Asian Lady Bugs Boxelder Bugs Cluster Flies Elm Leaf Beetle

For Use In

Indoors and Outdoors- Hotels Hospitals and Nursing Homes (Non-patient Areas) Motels Hobby Greenhouses Interiorscapes Office Buildings Schools** Transportation Equipment (Buses Boats Ships Trains Planes ) Warehouses and Other Commercial and Industrial Buildings


Void Application with supplied injector hose

Coverage Area

1 oz. of product produces approx 1 quart of foam. Each can will produce up to 20 quarts of foam. Expands at a 30: to 1 ratio.

Active Ingredient

Dinotefuran 0.025%


Alpine Foam is a safer insecticide, being part of a line of reduced-risk insecticides which contain Dinotefuran. With Alpine Foam you can treat subterranean and drywood termites, including termite swarm sites and localized termite infestations in wall voids and other areas.

How To

Treatment of insect gallery or harborage, you will want to use adequate foam to treat the known or suspected insect harborage.  


Crack & Crevice Treatment:  Adequately treat the area  not to exceed 2 ft for each spot of application.  Allow foam to dissipate or wipe surface dry before leaving site.

Alpine Termite And Ant Foam

Alpine Ant and Termite Foam is a Reduced Risk Non-Repellent product capable of eliminating insect infestation while not presenting a risk to humans or the environment. The active ingredient found in Alpine Ant and Termite Foam is dinotefuran, a completely new pest nonrepellent that can effectively eliminate the presence of troubling insects. The product in not detectable to insects and can travel all throughout the colony killing off those insects that are out of sight. Ants, Powderpost Beetles, Asian Lady bugs, and Boxelder bugs are among the insects the foam can eliminate.


    • - 20 quarts of bug killing foam are condensed in a single 20oz can.
    • - Fast control of subterranean and drywood termite infestations.
    • - Highly effective on ants known for interior infestation (such as Argentine, ghost, pharaoh, and white footed ) as well as foraging carpenter ants.
    • - Dry foam solution (30:1) allows for quick delivery into voids and other immediate-need interior/outdoor areas.
    • - Easy-to-use hose-and-delivery tip.

    • - Treatment Technique: Void Application
    • - Active Ingredient: 0.025% Dinotefuran
    • - Insecticide Class: Nitro guanidine
    • - Registration: Registered in all states




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I used this item in my walls to rid termites. It works amazing! After using and reapplying I noticed them gone in no time.
January 13, 2015
Apline Termite worked for me.
This product was easy to use and very effective. Termite holes were spotted on an wall where I had no access to get behind. I drilled small 1/4"" holes where the holes were and just pushed the nozzle in the hole and sprayed. I found hundreds of dead termites a couple of days later under the floor where the wall was above.It really does work as long as you know where to spray.
May 15, 2014

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