Is specification for anti-termite treatment?
Scope: The scope of pre constructional anti-termite treatment covers the soil treatment with approved chemicals in water emulsion in foundation trenches for columns, plinth beams, plinth filling, at junction of walls and floor, in expansion joints etc. in stages as detailed in this specifications and drawings.
What is the Australian standard relating to termite control?
Australian Standard AS 3660.2-2000 Termite management – In and around existing buildings and structures sets a minimum standard for termite management in and around existing buildings and structures as part of Australian Standard’s ‘Termite management’ group of standards.
Which chemical is used for termite treatment?
Permethrin is a synthetic chemical that remains effective for longer periods of time. It is registered for the control of active termites in trees and tree stumps only, for the purpose of nest destruction.
How do you calculate anti termite treatment?
- m2 is a total area (square meter) and ft2 is a square feet.
- length and breadth in meter/cm and quantity in ml (milliliter).
Do termite barriers really work?
Another effective form of pest control is a physical termite barrier. Rather than using chemicals, physical termite barriers simply keep them at bay and restrict termites from entering homes. These types of barriers can last for up to 20 years, but they are not as effective as a chemical barrier.
What are some of the types of termite barriers?
There are two main types of termite barriers – physical and chemical barriers.
What is anti termite treatment?
Anti-termite treatment is a chemical procedure carried out for soil, masonry, wood, and electrical fixtures to provide the building with a chemical barrier against the subterranean termites before and after construction.