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Termidor HE

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Termites cause more damage each year than most storms combined. Termidor HE stops the damage and in most cases prevents reinfestations in the treated area. It contains a highly effective ingredient for maximum termite control and includes additives to enhance the overall effectiveness. When used as directed, Termidor HE acts as a barrier against the most common termite species that attack homes and businesses.

How Termidor HE Works

Termidor HE stands for high efficiency and contains fipronil, the same active ingredient in Termidor SC and Foam. What makes HE so different is its unique formulation that reduces the water requirements as well as the depths, holes and trenches needed for application. The active ingredient acts on the termite's nerve function, causing excitation in the muscles. It works slowly enough to spread throughout the colony, causing paralysis and death in days.

Where to Use Termidor HE

Use Termidor HE for pre- and postconstruction termite control. It can be used to eliminate current termite infestations in and around residential buildings, as well as those that are infesting commercial properties. It can be applied by trenching, rodding, sub-slab injection, low-pressure banded surface and foam applications. Therefore, it should be applied by a professional who is familiar with those techniques. Termidor HE not only kills existing termite colonies but can also prevent termites from reinfesting the wood after an application.

Target Pests

Termidor HE is specially formulated for the kill and control of various termite species. Use it to eliminate subterranean, drywood, dampwood and arboreal termites that have infested buildings and other wooden structures. It's highly effective against these termite species: Reticulitermes, Coptotermes, Heterotermes, Nasutitermes, and Zootermopsis. It can be applied in crawl spaces and voids to target the termites where they've entered and damaged the structure. It's effective under various soil types and environmental conditions, providing quick and long-lasting results.

Termidor HE Features and Benefits

The active ingredient in Termidor is what makes it such an effective and efficient termite killer. Fipronil is in many Termidor products, each one with its own specialized formulation to take advantage of the effects. HE is a water-based concentrate and includes additives to enhance the active ingredient and to perform well in any soil type, weather condition or application technique. Some major features and benefits include:

  • Reduces time and labor by at least 50 percent
  • Provides complete and effective termite control through the transfer effect
  • Delivers 100 percent termite control in three months or less
  • Requires half the water thanks to its molecular technology
  • Offers flexible application options

Termidor HE: An Effective Termiticide

Termidor HE is a high-efficiency termiticide with an active ingredient that provides total control of various termite species. It eliminates the entire colony through the transfer effect and lingers in the application area, preventing future termites and protecting the wood. When used as directed, it provides 100 percent control in only three months or less. Whether it's to kill existing colonies or prevent future ones, Termidor HE is the gold standard in termite control.

Manufacturer BASF
Primary Pest Termites
Utility  Concentrated Liquid
Active Ingredient Fipronil, Other Ingredients
Composition 8.73%, 91.27%
Container Size 79 floz bottle
Case Amount 4x79 floz bottle
Application Amount See label for details.

 


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  • How long does termidor last in the ground for termites treatment

    Thank you for your question! BASF has a 10 year pledge for structures treated conventionally or according to their "Perimteter Plus" treatment protocol. USDA Termiticide testing results from 2015 show that fipronil, the active ingredient in Termidor, was active in the soil for 8-12 years in most test sites.