Powerful fogging concentrate that delivers two killing agents, two synergists and an IGR for devastating insect control. Use Shockwave for heavy duty infestations. This new fogging concentrate delivers the highest-level immediate control with the added benefit of an insect growth regulator (IGR). Shockwave will flush insects out of their hiding places, provide fast knockdown, and lasting residual activity. This product may be used in homes or businesses, indoors or outdoors around structures, in ULV foggers and mosquito misting systems.
|Active Ingredient:||Pyrethrins 1.00%|
Piperonyl Butoxide, Technical 2.00%
N-Octyl bicycloheptene dicarboximide 3.00%
Esfenvalerate (CAS #66230-04-4) 0.20%
Pyridine (IGR) 0.10%
Other ingredients 93.70%
|Target pests:||Kills over 75 kinds of pantry pests, crawling insects and flying insects (please refer to product label for insect list)|
|For use in:||Homes, Schools, Hotels, Restaurants, Food Processing Plants, Warehouses|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||NY|
Use Shockwave for heavy duty infestations. This new fogging concentrate delivers the highest - level immediate control with the added benefit of an insect growth regulator (IGR). Shockwave will flush insects out of their hiding places, provide fast knockdown, and lasting residual activity. Shockwave contains dual killing agents (Pyrethrum and Esfenvalerate) and is dual synergized (PBO and MGK-264) plus it also has Pyriproxyfen (IGR) making it one of the best all in one insecticides available. This product may be used in homes or businesses, indoors or outdoors around structures.
- Highest-level immediate control
- Dual killing agents (Pyrethrum and Esfenvalerate)
- Dual synergized (Piperonyl Butoxide and MGK-264)
- Insect Growth Regulator (Pyriproxyfen)
- Great for heavy infestations
- Kills even the toughest insects
- Can be used in homes, schools, food processing plants....
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4 of 4 people found this review helpful:
One deadly Cocktail.
By Randy on August 25, 2011
I use this as my secret weapon on roaches it has more products in it than just pyrethrens it's like you put in Conquor, Archer, and kicker with BP-100. I use this in our B&G Portable Aerosol System (PAS) simular to an Actisol.
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By Charles on July 11, 2012
Hi, I will be using this product as soon as the grapes mature , then the wasps and hornets will show up, then I will let you know, Charles
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July 18, 2011Jon asked:
QAre you able to use Shockwave Fogging Concentrate in a green house environment?
A Shockwave is not labeled for use in a greenhouse. The only fogger that we have that is labeled for use in a greenhouse environment is a ready to use fogger called 1300 Orthene Total Release Aerosol.
Shockwave is not labeled for use in a greenhouse. The only fogger that we have that is labeled for use in a greenhouse environment is a ready to use fogger called 1300 Orthene Total Release Aerosol.
August 19, 2011Patrick from New York, Ny asked:
QDoes Shockwave have a scent? If so, how quickly does it dissipate?
AShockwave does have a slight odor when first dispensed, but it does dissipate quickly. If you are using Shockwave indoors as a fog than of course you need to vacate the premises for at least 3 hours after fogging. If you are using Shockwave outside in a misting system of fogger, then you can re-enter the area much sooner.
March 25, 2012Tim from Carriere Ms asked:
QWill Shockwave work in my propane fogger?
AShockwave is labeled to be used in thermal foggers and should work fine in your propane fogger. Please read the Shockwave product label for specific instructions on how to use Shockwave in thermal foggers.
December 22, 2011Jeanette from Plymouth Ma asked:
QIs this product effective on Bed Bugs? After fogging a house, how long before re-entry?
AIt is not recommended to fog a house for bed bugs. Studies show that fogging for bed bugs can make a problem worse and make them spread out more. Also, bed bugs have shows signs of being resistant to pyrethrin products and since most fogging solutions are made with pyrethrin in them, most do not work and do not provide enough kill ratio. We recommend our bed bug kits which contain the same types of products that professional companies and are proven to work under current bed bug strains. The kits have a very high success rate and come with full instructions on how to apply the products properly.
March 13, 2012Brian from Red Bank, New Jersey asked:
QIf there is no residual with Shockwave and it kills on contact how can the IGR work properly?
I was wondering, If there is no residual and it kills on contact how can the IGR work properly? I thought that it has to be carried on the mosquito legs.
AShockwave does in fact leave a residual. Most fogging concentrates do not leave a residual but with the recent changes to Shockwave and the ingredients that were added to the product such as the IGR and the Esfenvalerate a residual will be left. Any insects that are present during the fogging will be killed immediately. Insects that come into contact with treated areas after the fogging will be eliminated at a much slower rate.
July 26, 2012Juan from Laredo, Texas asked:
Qcan this be used in a propane powered insect fogger?
AShockwave can be used in a thermal or propane fogger.
February 27, 2013Lance from Valdosta,ga asked:
QIf Shockwave is used as a thermal fog in a food processing facility, is a wipe down required?
AYes, you will have to wipe down any food processing surfaces or equipment that is contacted by the fog. The alternative would be to cover these areas or pieces of equipment prior to the fogging application.