Fumigasion Plants

Fumigation Plants

In todays world people people satisfy their needs of food from the plants and animals that are called 'agricultural products'

Due to the rhytmic movements of the world and the sun variety of the plant and animal food products show differences according to the district and makes the dispatch of food to satisfy needs compulsory. On these dispatches and storing phases, damages on the food products caused by harmful materials reach to excessive numbers like 10 or 15 percent. İn addition to this on international transportations of these food products and other products packed with wood cause spreading of harmful organisms and micro-organisms and expandation of damaged zones. With the quarantine precautions of FAO and IPPC we are trying to prevent these hazardous transportations.

Fumigation is an effective way to deal with corruptive materials by the usage of certain chemicals .

Why Fumigations?

a. It is a way that is appliable directly to dishes.

b. Its enables homogen distribution an penetrate into deepest points in the product thanks to its diffusion height

c. It keeps the residue and scent rate of the food products in the tolorance limit.

d. It enables the posibility of applying to huge number of products in a short duration.

e. It has much less labor and cost than other control methods.

f. It is prefered for its specialities such as its effectiveness against all the biological periods of harmful factors.



Stegobium paniceum l

Lasıoderma serricorne F.

Tribolium confusun d.du.v.

Tribolium castaneum herbest

Acanthoscelides (bruchus)obtectus

Caryedon serratus Oliv

Rhizopertha dominica F.

Cryzaephilus surinamensis L.

Cryptolestes (laemophloeus)ferrugineus

Tenebroides mauritannicus L.

Necrobia rutipes Deg.

Dermestes spp.

Ptinus tectus boield

Sitophilus (calandra)cryzae L.

Sitophilus (calandra)zeamais Motsch

Sitophilus (calanira)gramarius L.

Trogoderma graanarium Everts


Ephestia elutella

Epnestia (cadra)cautella Wlk.

Ephestia (Anagasta)kuehniella Zell

Nemapogon (Tinea)granella T.

Plodla interpunctella Hübn.

Sitotroga cerealella Hübn.