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Termite Reticulation System

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Termite Reticulation System is a specially designed system consisting of a pipe or hose that runs along the side of a building either in soil or in most cases under a path, slab or pavers.

The pipe/hose has holes evenly spaced holes (like a garden soaker hose) through which the Termiticide foam can then be pumped to create a treated zone to impede termite entry. The advantage long term is there is no need to lift pavers, trench soil, disturb gardens, or drill paths this means cost savings to you.

Termite Reticulation System

Depending on the Termiticide used (most cases Fipronil or Imidacloprid), a re-treatment is not required for up to 5 years.   This termite reticulation  system features a flexible PVC chemical hose or pipe that is suitable for delivering Termiticides to the full under slab of new buildings, or as a perimeter barrier on existing buildings. It is the one and only reticulation system that has the capability of dispersing chemical foam in the required areas.  


After a concrete slab has been poured in preparation for building, the soil underneath can subside away from the slab, leaving vulnerable holes and voids, a process otherwise known as soil subsidence. This allows for common termite entry points as they are often around pipes. Normal injection of a liquid Termiticide cannot treat the whole cavity.

Foaming is a process of applying air from a compressor with a Termiticide and a foaming agent to create a foam that builds upon itself and expands to fill the void.

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