Understanding the existing power at the bed bug eradication site is critical to properly utilizing your bed bug heater equipment and conducting the most efficient and effective electric heater eradication.
Pest control professionals, hotel facility managers/staff and property managers have all experienced incidents where the power via circuits and amps does not meet up with the plugs, outlets or both on pieces of equipment needed to get the job done. This confusion often requires changes in plugs, wall outlets, and even splitting power via spider boxes or generators to complete the job.
Here are the major North American configurations that you may encounter when treating most hotels, apartment complexes, condos or personal homes:
Some with one circuit per room some with two per room.
Some on one circuit per room, some with two. Typically, one GFI outlet in the bathroom area.
Some on one circuit per room, some with several. Typically, one GFI outlet in the bathroom area.
In-room unit, that runs on 220V single phase with a 30 or 40-amp circuit.
Will typically have in addition to the above; oven, stove, dryer with 220V outlets on a 40 or 50-amp circuit that can be used for splitting power. Theses outlets also have variations of plugs to outlets.
Knowing the types of buildings, where you will be treating, and the associated power allows you to prepare for each set of circumstances, use the proper bed bug heater equipment and ensures you get the job done efficiently and properly.
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