Direction For Use :



Frequently asked questions:

Which unit should I have to select for my Hotel or Motel?

This heater set will run on Single phase (and not on three phases) AC/Heating unit and on 20 amperage circuits.


Require 220 Volt Receptecles as above

Along with Heat Kit You will Receive Power Spliter 600 V with Plug shown as above

Recommended for Hotel or Motel owners whose AC/Heating units runs on 220 VAC.


If Hotel or Motel owners whose AC/heating units are 115 VAC then Instead of buying Power Splitter 600 V they need to buy 2 - 25 ft. Lighted Power cord (12 Gauge), 2 - 50 ft. Lighted Power cord (12 Gage).

What is Voltage of Elite 8 Bed bug heater have?

120 V

How many Btu's produce by Radial 8 Heater?


How many Watts does Elite 8 Bed bug heater have?


Up to what temperature this Bed bug heater is preset for?

132°F (55.55 ° C)

How do I know that this Bed bug heat system will work or not on my Property?

The Elite 8 Bed bug heater is specifically designed for Hotels, Motels.

This system will run on property having Single phase and 20 amp circuits.

The Elite 8 Bed bug heater uses eight 8 Amp Plugs or 4 - 20 Amp Circuits

Most of the Hotels Have 20Amp Circuits this Heater uses 4 - 20 Amp Circuits (each Heating Element Uses 8 Amps and is NEC Compliant).

4 of the 8 amp Plugs Come from Splitter for Elite 8 Bed bug heater (20Amp, 220VAC) and the Other 4 - 8 Amp Plugs come from 2 - 20Amp 120AC Circuits that are found in most Hotel rooms.

All properties are not same, each has different grounding. Do not guess, best thing hire Professional Certified electrician, He will advise you whether your property has single phase or three phases? Whether your property has 20 amp circuits or 15 amps circuits?

In some Hotel you will see PTEP kind of outlet at AC unit.

Certified electrician will help you to set an adaptor that will fit to AC splitter plug. Apart from this he will also help you to set 20 amp circuit and Single phase.


See below step 1 to 8 with pictures and information on how and where to use every product in your kit.

Inspecting for Bed bugs

When bed bugs are suspected, a thorough inspection should be undertaken in areas where people sleep or if the inspection site is a hotel, it is important that the housekeeping staff be interviewed. Such staffs are more likely to have detailed knowledge about an infest than the management.

See below Percentage distribution of Bed bug inside room.

Room preparation


Best Practices for heating rooms

    1. Heat rises. Always try to seal the room(s) from escaping heat. Cover HVAC vents, bathroom exhaust fans, bottoms of doors, wall air-conditioners, etc. Cover windows pane with blankets or equivalent to minimize loss of energy from cold windows, especially important in the winter.

    1. Remove items that you would not leave in your car on a hot sunny summer day. Candles, lighters, many foods, candies, etc.

    1. Unplug all electrical items and do not place electrical items directly in front of the heater. Electrical items are rated for higher temperatures than you are heating, just avoid the direct heat coming out of the heater.

    1. It is best to bag clothes, sheets, etc. and run in the clothes dryer for 20 minutes on high. Never leave clothes laying on the floor or other surfaces or they will act as an insulator and it will be difficult to heat under them sufficiently.

    1. Open all drawers and separate all items so hot air can get everywhere easily.

    1. Stand or block box spring and mattress' so hot air can contact all sides.

    1. Place all fans blowing in the area you are heating to circulate the hot air into every nook and cranny. Turn on fans to ensure air movement is sufficient. Add more fans if it does not feel like a whirl wind or heat is not blowing into every nook and cranny.

    1. Use no less than 1 heater for every 325 square feet in a normal room of ceiling height of 8' or less for maximum performance. You can never have too much equipment, only not enough.

    1. Turn on heater and make sure all heater light switches that have power are on. Heater switches will not turn on if you do not have power connected to the respective heater switch. This is ok if you are doing this on purpose because you don't have or don't need the full power of the heater.

    1. Always check for fire sprinkler's installed in a building. Keep heat level at fire sprinkler head a minimum of 30F below the trigger temperature of the fire sprinkler.

    1. Fire Sprinkler System

If you have a Fire Sprinkler System turn the Temperature Controller to 125°F. Check to see what trigger temperature your Fire Sprinklers are designed to activate.You will need to treat the room for 10-12 hours as a minimum.

Sprinkler cover head

You also have the option of covering the Fire Sprinkler or having the system deactivated for the treatment.

PEST CONTROL PRODUCTS DEPOT accepts no responsibility for damages should the sprinkler system remain activated and sprinkler heads allowed to be protected by using Sprinkler cover head .

  1. Walls and ceilings made of block or concrete require more heat because they are more conductive of energy than drywall. This means 1 heater will heat less space when you have walls and/or ceilings with block or concrete. 30% more heat power is a general rule for these rooms. All buildings are not constructed equally and more conductive materials take more energy to heat.


Application of Insecticides

Apply Temprid FX Insecticide products to the room having Bed bugs and rooms adjacent to infested room. See below for Diagram for more understanding.


Temprid FX Insecticide


Controls bed bug populations that are resistant to pyrethroid insecticides

Do NOT apply Temprid FX Insecticide solution to furniture surfaces or mattresses where people will be laying or sitting. Infested bedding should not be treated, but should be removed, placed in sealed plastic bags, and taken for laundering and drying at high temperatures.



1 Gallon spray Pump

Chapin 1 Gallon Pump Sprayer (#20000) (Sold separately)

Instructions for Use:

    1. Fill the sprayer tank half full with water.
    2. Add Temprid FX Insecticide 0.075% - 0.27 fl oz (8 milliliters) in 1 gallon of water; make sure to read the product label for the insecticide you want to use.
    3. Fill the sprayer tank the rest of the way full with water to make one gallon, close the lid firmly, and agitate the tank to make sure the insecticide/water solution is mixed well.
    4. Pump the tank to pressurize it by using the pump handle and apply the insecticide using the wand.
    5. The spray nozzle on the wand can be adjusted to allow for wide or narrow spray patterns.

Use diluted solution within 24 hours of mixing. Shake or stir before each use.

Adjust the nozzle on the sprayer until you have a coarse (flat fan nozzle), low-pressure spray. Recommend cleaning of floors and surfaces by vacuuming.

Flat-fan nozzle Pin Point nozzle

Flat fan produce a fan type spray pattern. These patterns provide an even coat of spray on flat surfaces.

Pin stream nozzles produce solid stream of spray and used to spray into various cracks & Crevices, or in some cases, to project a solid stream of spray


Apply as a flat-fan,

Low-pressure spray on harborage areas including; Spray bugs and eggs directly wherever possible following site directions below

Bed Bug Treatment:

Use Rate:0.075% - 0.27 fl oz. (8 milliliters) of Temprid FX Insecticide per gal of water.

Controls bed bug populations that are resistant to pyrethroid insecticides. Efficacy of this product is not affected by heat treatments, so applications can be made before heat treatments in integrated bed bug elimination programs. Spray bugs and eggs directly wherever possible following site directions below. Bed bug eggs that are directly treated with this product are killed outright, and young nymphs that emerge from eggs are killed by dried residues. For infested mattresses, remove linens and wash before reuse.

Apply to tufts, seams, folds, and edges until moist. Allow to dry before remaking bed. Apply to bedsprings, box springs, and the interior of bed frames or head boards, including all cracks and joints. When bed bugs are found in upholstered furniture, apply only to the infested tufts, seams, folds, and edges, but do not apply to flat surfaces where prolonged human contact will occur. If bugs heavily infest furniture (inside cushions and/or batting), apply a labeled insecticide dust or consider fumigation.

Apply as a crack and crevice treatment to all baseboards, moldings, beneath floorcoverings and carpets, closets, shelves, curtains, furniture and picture frames that mayprovide harborage tobed bugs.Inside empty luggage, apply to seams, folds and edges until moist; removeall clothesand other articles from luggage before application and allow treated areas to thoroughlydry before use.

  • On and around headbaord frame attached to wall (all 4 sides)

  • Crack & Crevice behind Headboard

  • Layer 1: Upper fold, tufts & seams of mattress

  • Layer 1: Lower fold, tufts & seams of mattress

  • Layer 2: Upper fold, tufts & seams of mattress

  • Layer 2: Lower fold tufts & seams of mattress

  • Layer 1: Upper fold, tufts & seams of box Spring

  • Layer 1: Lower fold, tufts & seams of box spring

  • Inside Perimeter of box spring

  • At the joints of Staple folds of Box spring (before application remove stapled black or white cloth behind box spring)

  • Spring coil area of box spring

  • At the joints of box spring frame

  • Treat under the baseboard, sill plate and under the carpet tack strips.

  • Treat under, behind, and into cracks and crevices of baseboard/decorative moldings

  • Crack and crevice treatment to curtain fold

  • Beneath floor coverings and carpets, closets, shelves.

  • Crack and crevice treatment behind & below all furniture's.

  • crack and crevice treatment behind Mirror

  • crack and crevice treatment behind Picture frame



Cimexa Insecticide Dust (Sold separately)

Do not use diluted pesticide/s, aerosols, liquid pesticide/s or other moistures condition at the location/s where you applied dust. Because it is not water-proof, this insecticide dust will absorb moisture (which destroys dusts) and it will clump. Last up to 10 years when undisturbed


J T Eaton Duster (Sold separately)

  1. It is recommended to place a small rocks or pennies in the duster to help break up the dust and prevent it from clumping.

  2. Simply fill the Crusader Duster half-way with an insecticide dust product such as, CimeXa Insecticide Dust Insecticide and close lid.

  3. Your hand pressure controls the amount of dust applied Squeeze softly and a little comes out (Photo: 3). Squeeze hard and a lot comes out. You must squeeze light to get thin film of this dust.

  4. If the tip becomes clogged with lint or trash, an extension and cleaning rod is located on the backside to clean the tip.

  5. Then lightly squeeze the duster to apply light dust into cracks & crevices




The Power Puff dust applicator is a well-balanced and lightweight (1¾ pounds). It provides a smooth, uninterrupted dust flow and includes three different size tips for cracks, crevices, wall voids, and other hard-to-reach areas. In order to do job faster use Gremar Power Puff duster (sold separately)

Interval between applications: You will apply only one time at the time of initial application, as it residual effect long last up to 6 months, condition that dust is not disturbed and keep applied area dry.

    • All accessible wall voids including electric outlets between plate and wall

Treat all wall voids by removing electrical switch plate covers to allow access, but don't apply dust directly in between electric outlet plate and wall. See any other wall void inside rooms and apply about ¼ oz of dust to each accessible void.

Start Window Heating Unit

Start your Window Heating unit. Set heater at highest level (up to 85°F to 90°F temperature) for at least 24 hr's. This will helps you to absorb heat where Bed bug lives, items includes mattress, box spring, furniture's, dry wall, ceiling etc. This process will helps you to reduce time by Elite 8 Bed bug heater to achieve 122°F to 135°F temperature.

Elite 8 Bed bug Heat system set up in Hotel/Motel room



Operating Elite 8 Bed Bug Heater



Unpack & inspect your Elite 8 for damage – Do not use if damaged. Check all heating elements to make sure everything works and nothing was damaged from shipping. If damaged from shipping do not use and contact us immediately at 1-877-788-2847

Your Elite 8 has eight (8) 120volt plug-ins for the heat elements located four (4) on each side of the Elite 8. Each heating element is 8 amps or 960 watts. Two (2) heating elements can be plugged into a 20 amp circuit. With (4) 20 amp circuits you can achieve full power of your Elite 8. (26,189 BTU's)

You can also use our

Hotel air conditioner splitter (Power Splitter 600 V)

to power (4) of the heating elements (Red Box).

2 – 25" Power code

2-50" Power code

Connect, 2- 25” and 2 – 50” Power cords connect to other side of heater (Green box) and plug in to room wall.

Turning on your Elite 8

After plugging in all the heating elements, turn on the fan - Green switch (Pink box) and then turn on the heater – Red switch (Yellow box). Heating elements should not glow orange, they should be black when running.

Temperature Controller

Your Elite 8 comes with a state of the art digital temperature controller built into the unit. The controller is preset to 132°F and requires no need for adjustment to use your Elite 8 Heater unless you want to change the temperature settings.

To change the high temperature setting push the set button (Pink box) on the thermostat and use the arrows (Yellow box) to adjust temperature up or down. Push the set (Pink box) button when finished.

Start AF Elite Axial air Mover

Note: If you're AF Elite Axial air Mover do not start then press Reset button.


1. Practice during heating room:

Make sure you move furniture, mattresses and other items to insure adequate exposure to heated air flow. Our high-velocity fans push heated air into corners and crevices, saturating the area with heat. In order to distribute hot air equally inside room turn fan (AF Elite Axial air mover) periodically (on & off) towards ceiling side too.

2. Measuring temperature:

Recent research has determined the procedure involves heating up the infested item or area to temperatures lethal to bed bugs. Portable heaters and fans are used to gradually heat the air to about 120 - 130° F while monitoring with strategically placed sensors. By carefully controlling the temperature, Bed bugs and eggs are killed wherever they may be without damaging household items.......

For more detail please visit (1/22/2013)

Source: Michael F. Potter, Extension Entomologist, University of Kentucky College of Agriculture

Research studies shows 130° F kill all stages of bed bugs including eggs, nymph and adult in less 1 minute

We recommend holding that temperature or higher for at least 2 hours to ensure the heat saturates into the mattress and other furniture the bed bugs could be living in.




Time in minutes required for 100% mortality of

Bed bug (Eggs)

Bed bug (Nymph)

Bed bug (Adult)






















In order to know whether materials (viz; mattress, box spring, head boards, furniture's, baseboards, carpets, wall etc… ) where bed bugs reside - received 122°F temperatures or not, you may use IR Thermometer Laser Gun (see below).

IR Thermometer Laser Gun

Simply shoot laser beam on material where bed bug live (example on mattress, box spring, coil area below box spring, head board, bed frame, furniture's that includes chair, table, sofa, dresser etc.). You will see exact temperature on screen of the Gun. Once you get 122°F temperature on above said material (not in air) keep Elite 8 Bed bug Heat system for 10 - 12 hours. Generally speaking, treatments time vary based on the size of the room being treated.

Note: Depend upon availability of laser Gun model from our distributors, some time you will find different company, model and serial numbers of laser gun in your order.

Practice after heat treatment is done

Generally speaking, treatments time vary based on the size of the room being treated. Once the recommended temperature has been reached within the area being treated. Treated areas can be used after taking following precautions.

  1. Allow room to cool down for at least 1 – 2 hr's.
  2. Open door and window for ½ hr's so that room gets enough ventilation and cool down.
  3. You may notice dead bugs and dust that was blown around. Vacuum the area completely and thoroughly and dispose of the vacuum bag and contents. Area includes Mattress & Box spring especially fold & tuft area, frame behind head board, boundary of mattress & box spring, joint of furniture's, electric outlets, carpet, at the joint of baseboard & carpet, behind baseboards etc..
  4. After 10 days re-apply Temprid FX Insecticide in same room where you did heat treatment plus room surrounding (right, left, above three rooms and bottom three rooms) heated room.