Every industry and every business face its own special challenges in dealing with pests. Solving pest issues requires a deep understanding of those unique needs. We, at DelmanExpert, take ownership of the design, strategies, and implementation and create a protocol for eradicating pests and termites in all industrial sectors.


Pest control can compromise on cleanliness and hygiene of the manufactured products. Especially in areas like the clean room in industrial areas where 100% cleanliness is required, one cannot afford the presence of even one pest inside. These pests can interfere with various machinery and facilities and invalidate the manufacturing quality. Such sensitive areas need to be spotless to be effective in pest control.Generally then can also compromise with the working hours, the workers efficiency, quality of the finished goods and can henceforth become an agitate process to the final outcome.


The major Industrial sites include:

Stored product facilities and farm structures, Food processing facilities, Retail sites, such as stores, hotels, casinos, and restaurants.  Related sites, such as offices, kitchens, and operational sites the following are the control strategies that have applications in Industrial Pest Control.


The old statement “PREVENTION IS CURE” holds good even now.

Prevention is an important tool in pest control that includes sanitation and exclusion. The prime reason for the existence of pests is because of the availability of breeding sites, which includes pools of stagnant water and portions of food particles. The abolition of these habitats may significantly bring down the attention of pests.


Routine monitoring is an important part of managing pests in industrial sites. Monitoring not just by examination, but by, ensuring unfavorable conditions for the pests.


This simply means, looking out for pests in unexpected places. These are a few places where one wouldn’t really expect pests to pounce.


This is due to the obvious attraction. This could literally lead to the termination of the warehouses. These areas should be cleaned and monitored thoroughly.



Home for the birds causing aesthetic damage to potentially extremely dangerous diseases. It’s important to check for nests within your facility, especially if this is a food processing facility. Ensure your pest control partner is inspecting for signs of bird activity. Fine airborne food particles such as flour or milled grain can accumulate on structural elements such as rafters, attracting rodents, birds, and stored product insect pests of all types. Bird-infested areas have the potential to spread harmful diseases, such as salmonella, histoplasmosis, or the avian flu. This literally means, putting an end to your warehouse business.


We take the time to understand your business and your operations. Then we translate that into a full-time survey, taking ownership of the remaining process management of your pest prevention program so you can focus on your business. Our main processes include

  • Periodic Pest Control audit and Documentation
  • Highly efficient and nontoxic (to human beings) pesticides and chemicals that are HACCP and OHSAS certified.

Visit the certificates tab in our home page to read more about the importance of HACCP  and OHSAS certification.

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