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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 and in ULV foggers.
|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|
|Shipping Weight:||7.28 lbs|
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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11 of 13 people found this review helpful:
One deadly Cocktail.
By Randy in Bakersfield on 08/25/2011
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.
9 of 10 people found this review helpful:
Worth the extra money
By Mike in Palatine, Illinois on 08/14/2013
I had a flea infestation under my back yard shed. I tried all types of sprays and canned foggers with IGRs, but nothing worked until I got desperate and spent the extra money to try Shockwave. With a simple propane fogger, Shockwave worked great! It created a dense fog that penetrated cracks and crevices under my shed to eradicate the fleas fast and effectively. I now no longer have fleas jumping on my legs when I walk around my shed, thanks to Shockwave.
8 of 9 people found this review helpful:
By Evgeny in Almaty, KZ on 07/17/2013
We like it so far. Good delution rate 1:29 to cover large areas. After first application about 60% of mosquitos are gone
5 of 9 people found this review helpful:
Not that impressed
By in N. Manchester, IN on 07/08/2013
This works well indoors. It does not seem to work as well outdoors. Also, you have to dilute it to use it outdoors. it is an oil dilution not water! I will buy a different fogging concentrate next time!
5 of 5 people found this review helpful:
Great product-some bonus victims too
By John in Telford pa on 09/26/2015
Got tired of pest control contracts. Just bought a home and now live out in the country. Have chickens etc. Anyhow, the birds are next to my shed which obviously attracts flies. Golden Malrin is great for this, but I also go camping and wanted something to whack other things too like skeeters. Anyhow, I decided to blast the shed to get any spiders, flies etc out so I could rebuild the inside of it for a shop. Laid down the fog and closed the doors. Came back next morning and had a big surprise. Whole shop was covered in 10s of thousands of dead red ants. Literally coated. Did not even know there were ants in there as we just bought the place. Nice bonus! Thanks
4 of 4 people found this review helpful:
By in Durango, CO on 07/29/2013
Great product. Noticeable control from the first application. Great customer service from DMOPC when asked to specify easy mixture rate.
4 of 6 people found this review helpful:
Not for automatic misting systems
By Barbara in Streetman, TX on 09/11/2014
The description above says specifically for automatic misting systems. I bought it and used it for a year and had to replace 55 nozzles that clogged. Also, when I cleaned out the drum there was an oily residue on the bottom. I called and this information (for misting systems, mix with water) was confirmed. However, it contains petroleum, and the detailed five page label says for outdoor spot treatment only, to dilute with oil, and not to get on plants and anything that might stain. Save yourself grief and expense and use something else.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful:
Best product of its type
By Diane in Ohio on 10/10/2013
Shockwave Fogging Concentrate is the most effective flying insect control product that I have tried in a residential yard. The product not only reduces the mosquito problem but seems to be effective at controlling white fly overpopulation on azaleas. Given the recalcitrant nature of controlling white fly, this feature makes Shockwave extremely valuable to my overall integrated pest management practices.
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By Charles in harborton,Va. 23389 on 07/11/2012
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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07/26/2012 Juan from Laredo, Texas
QCan Shockwave be used in a thermal fogger?
AShockwave can be used in a thermal or propane fogger.
03/25/2012 Tim from Carriere Ms
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.
03/13/2012 Brian from Red Bank, New Jersey
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.
06/21/2013 Tracy from Chicago, Il
QWhat kind of oil do I use to dilute Shockwave Fogging Concentrate? Where can I purchase it?
AYou want to use mineral oil to dilute Shockwave. We would be more than happy to ship this product to you. You can always order online through our website or you can call and place your order by phone.
07/18/2013 Robin from Nashville, Tn
QWhat would be the dilution ratio of Shockwave in a thermal fogger for mosquitoes?
A We apologize but we†are not able to give a rate for the use of Shockwave in a fogger for mosquito control. †The Shockwave†product†label specifies, "Do†not use this product for area-wide mosquito adulticiding applications." Shockwave can be used for perimeter outdoor control, but it should not be used for thermal fogging outdoors for mosquites. Unfortunately, there are few products remaining on the market for mosquito treatment outdoors using a thermal fogger. We do carry Bonide Bug Beater Yard and Garden Insect Fog, which is excellent for small and/or garden applications. CSI 30-30 Mosquito, Fly, and Gnat Control would be appropriate for larger area applications.
We apologize but we†are not able to give a rate for the use of Shockwave in a fogger for mosquito control. †The Shockwave†product†label specifies, "Do†not use this product for area-wide mosquito adulticiding applications." Shockwave can be used for perimeter outdoor control, but it should not be used for thermal fogging outdoors for mosquites.
Unfortunately, there are few products remaining on the market for mosquito treatment outdoors using a thermal fogger. We do carry Bonide Bug Beater Yard and Garden Insect Fog, which is excellent for small and/or garden applications. CSI 30-30 Mosquito, Fly, and Gnat Control would be appropriate for larger area applications.
06/21/2015 Jim from Rowan Iowa
QDo you have an insecticide for my propane fogger that kills flies?
AOur Shockwave Fogging Concentrate can be used diluted with mineral oil, or used undiluted, in a propane or thermal fogger for control of flies, mosquitoes, wasps and a large variety of other insects. When using diluted for outdoor fogging of flies, you will mix 1 part Shockwave to 29 parts oil.
QMineral Oil usage in Shockwave
What type of mineral oils are recommended in conjunction with shockwave and fogging. I understand that you company sells a citrus type is that acceptable also, or do you have to use just a plain oil. Lastly I understand by reading the mixture to shockwave is a part shockwave to 2.25 parts of mineral oils is that correct? How does the mineral oil not separate from the shockwave in a fogger being it is a water base product pesticide.
A We would recommend picking up some mineral oil from a local home improvement or paint store for use in Shockwave Fogging Insecticide. We would recommend sticking with what the label says and mixing with mineral oil. You could also use a light petroleum oil as well. You do not want to clog up your fogger with oils that are not listed on the label. The mixing rates for Shockwave Fogging Insecticide will depend upon what you are treating for.
We would recommend picking up some mineral oil from a local home improvement or paint store for use in Shockwave Fogging Insecticide. We would recommend sticking with what the label says and mixing with mineral oil. You could also use a light petroleum oil as well. You do not want to clog up your fogger with oils that are not listed on the label.
The mixing rates for Shockwave Fogging Insecticide will depend upon what you are treating for.
03/03/2015 Jennifer from Northwood, Oh
QCan Shockwave be used in a Mini Pro #2992 cold fogger?
AWe apologize, we do not sell fogger and cannot say if Shockwave will work or not. Shockwave is unique in the fact that it can be used in ULV and prodane foggers. Please contact MGK 800-645-6466 to better assist you.
QCan I mix Shockwave in a 1 gallon B&G for residual treatment?
AShockwave can be used in standard sprayers following the instructions on the product label. Though honestly the residual activity is going to largely be based on the outdoor elements in your area and how they affect it over time. You could get a 30 day residual however you may only get a 14 day residual of the product. UV rays, rain and other elements will start to break it down over time and there is not an exact amount of time we can tell you for certain it will last.
09/10/2014 James from Donna
QCan Shockwave be used in an Actisol unit?
08/09/2014 Don from Chasapeake,oh
QCan you use bio-diesel or glycerin with Shockwave mix in thermal fogger?
ANo, Shockwave should NOT be mixed with bio-diesel or glycerin. It can be diluted with mineral oil. It also can be used in a thermal or propane fogger. Please let us know if you have any additional questions.
06/27/2014 Trevor from Pflugerville, Tx
QIs there a long-term product for a propane fogger?
Many of the responses refer customers to products like Talstar to control pests where a residual or long-term effect is desired. Talstar is not recommended for propane foggers. Is there a product available for propane foggers with a residual/long-term effect especially for mosquitos?
AFoggers are mainly used to provide quick initial knockdown. After you will apply a residual like talstar depending on what you are treating. Shockwave can be used in a ULV or Thermal fogger and also provides a residual.
08/28/2013 Randy from Gueydan La.
QIs Shockwave an oil base? If so, how do I clean up equipment?
AShockwave is a water-based misting concentrate. You will triple rinse your equipment in between applications.
06/17/2013 Eugene from Alva, Fl
QProper delution rate if used in a thermal fogger
I'm planning to use Shockwave concentrate for outdoor applications using my thermal fogger. What is a proper delution rate to mineral oil?
AThe dilution ratio of Shockwave depends on what and how you are treating. For example when using a space spray you would dilute 1part shockwave into nine parts oil. Please refer to the product label for the proper mixing ratio for your needs.
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.