BAC-A-ZAP represents a great opportunity for pest control professionals who want to expand their service line and provide more value to the customer. This is an add-on service to the regular quarterly visit and can create new calls that generate new revenue. It allows you to eliminate dead rodent odors and treat crawl spaces that reek from decaying matter. Pet smells can be eradicated and you can be the hero. Urine, feces and vomit smells can be eliminated from carpet upholstery and mattresses. Make it a regular part of commercial sanitization.
Use BAC-A-ZAP on farms to minimize odors in dairy barns, chicken coops and pig sties. BAC-A-ZAP is also great as a wash-down for stalls and floors and perfect to keep drains clear.
The Science Behind BAC-AZAP
BAC-AZAP uses non-pathogenic bacterium that work on an organic chemical level. These pseudomonad-friendly bacteria are ‘super organic eaters’. They are so efficient that they out-compete other bacteria that are trying to turn the organic materials into smelly compounds. The bacteria produce enzymes to biologically breakdown organic matter as well as attach to odor molecules in the air as a second layer of odor elimination.
BAC-AZAP eliminates odors including:
Mold & mildew
No other product like it
Other popular products may immediately encapsulate odors, but BAC-AZAP is the only available odor eliminator that also consumes decaying organic matter, removing the odor at the source. It removes organic odor, organic stains, and drain fly, phorid fly, and fruit fly breeding sites.
BAC-AZAP first uses an odor encapsulation technology similar to popular consumer odor eliminators, but instead of simply encapsulating the odor BAC-AZAP’s powerful combination of bacteria and enzymes begin to consume the organic matter causing the odor. The bacteria will continue to double in population as long as conditions remain favorable and there is organic material left as a food source. The increase in bacteria, in turn, produces more enzymes to break down the organic material even further. This cyclical process continues until the food supply is entirely exhausted. Once the organic material is consumed, the bacteria die, leaving CO2 and water as harmless, odorless by-products.