CYMINA ULTRA is a broad-spectrum insecticide. This product has a devastating effect on the main categories of pests that can be regularly found in domestic or industrial areas, such as: flies, mosquitoes, beetles, wasps, spiders, fleas, woodpeckers, crickets, scorpions.
CYMINA ULTRA is also extremely effective on the larvae generated by these species of pests. The three components of the product generate three main qualities: elongation, control and remnant. Therefore, the product can be considered “number 1” in the fight against pests.
Cipermetrin has a high residual performance, with an effect up to 3 times greater than other Permetrin based formulas.
The residue is closely related to the following important factors: the type of surface treated, the degree and type of infestation, temperature and humidity, the frequency of cleaning operations. Tetramethrin is an isomer of chrysanthemic acid and has the lowest degree of toxicity. performed in the laboratory had a result of 20 gr. per kg, which makes this component less toxic than pyrethroid extract.
Tertamethrin has the fastest knock-down effect of all natural or synthetic pyrethroids known to date. It is also extremely stable in the presence of light and extreme heat, and extremely suitable for water-based solutions. Piperonil Butoxide is a synergistic component that increases the efficiency of the active ingredient, inhibiting the specific oxidation activity of the enzymes that are found in the insect body, activity responsible for the degradation of the molecules that make up the insecticide; In this way, the natural insect defense system is completely annihilated.
ULTRA CYMINA should be used in 2-4% dilution. The maximum rate should be used only in the case of serious infestations or in the conditions in which, the treated surfaces are absolutely smooth (total lack of porosity). The product can be applied with any type of pump or spray. CYMINA ULTRA is almost odorless and does not stain freshly painted or painted walls. However, it is suggested to avoid applying freshly washed product. Cypermethrin is unstable in alkaline environments.
Classification of “THE WHO RECOMMENDED CLASSIFICATION OF PESTICIDES BY HAZARD”: Cypermethrin Class II – LD50 (mg / kg): 250 Tetramethrin N.C. – LD50 (mg / kg):> 5000 PBO N.C. – LD50 (mg / kg):> 7500