The BK-10 uses 110 power with 6 circuits. This unit has a built-in fan that circulates the heat to all the cracks and crevices. The unit is lightweight and easy to carry. The heater temperature is set to 140 degrees and will not damage any electronics. Bed Bugs die at 111 degrees and their eggs die at 117 degrees. Our heater will bring the temperature of the room to at least 125 degrees in all areas of the room.
Why Customers Love it:
The heater is manufactured in the USA! It is constructed of steel and is a professional grade heater. Customers love it because is does not require all the extra fans due to the unique design of the heater using resistors instead of coils.
Bed Bug Heater designed for single room with 6-110V (20 amp) (Entire Package)
- Dimensions: 23”x14”x24”
- Weight: 52 lbs
- 31,700 BTUs
- 9.8 Kilowatts
- Rooms up to 350 sq. ft.
- Power: (6) 120V, 20-amp circuits
- Treatment Time: 6-8 hours
- 78 amps@120Volt
- Warranty: 1 year Manufacturer Warranty on parts and 2 years on heating elements
- (1) BK-10L Heater
- (1) High-Temperature fan
- (1) 15' Extension Cord
- (1) 25' Extension Cord
- (2) 50' Extension Cord
- (2) 100' Extension Cord
System comes in three boxes.
- MADE IN THE USA
- Green Technology – chemical free
- Easy to set up and short treatment time
- Lightweight and easy to transport; smaller than knee-high
- Built in Fan with unique design - does not require addition fans
How Effective is heat in treating bed bugs?
Heat is the only 100% effective treatment in killing bed bugs. Bed bugs die at 111 degrees and their eggs die at 117 degrees. 7 of the 12 species of bed bugs are either immune or becoming immune to the chemicals used in treatments.
If I am heating a room that is smaller than 350 square feet, do I have to use all 6 110 circuits?
The Master plug must always be powered to run the machine, however, if you have a smaller room than 350 square feet, you do not have to use all the plugs on the unit.
If I am heating a room of 350 square feet, how long will the total treatment time require?
Treatment times vary depending on building construction but generally the unit should take 1-3 hours to get to temperature, and you need to hold that temperature for 3-4 hours. For most treatments, the times are 6-8 hours total.