A summary of the trial results are as follows:

Bifenthrin

  • Required concentration of active in soil is 100mg/Kg (100 parts per million [ppm]).
  • Test results indicate a range between 120 and 540 mg/Kg with an average of 320mg/Kg (320 ppm.) was achieved.

Fipronil

  • Required concentration of active in soil is a range of 20mg/Kg to 80mg/Kg.
  • Test results indicate a range between 50 and 120 mg/Kg with an average of 75mg/Kg was achieved.

Imidacloprid

  • Required concentration of active in soil is 50mg/Kg.
  • Test results indicate a range between 80 and 190 mg/Kg with an average of 150mg/Kg was achieved.

The range in the concentration levels measured at the test site is indicative of the undulations in the terrain at the site. Lower concentration levels accompanied higher moisture levels and indicate greater movement of the termiticide in the soil where pooling occurred, and vice versa. Installations around structures remain comparatively level and therefore concentration levels show less variance.

Test results clearly show that the ReTerM system delivers pesticide in concentrations that meet or exceed the requirements of the pesticide manufacturers.

All testing was undertaken by fully independent scientific bodies provided through UniQuest.

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