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Cockroach Sweeper has been widely used for killing roach in Hotels, Restaurants, Farms, Shipping Companies and other Industries. It is safe to Human, Livestock & Poultries and has achieved excellent results in eliminating cockroach.

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Nasty Roach Facts

  • Some people believe Cockroaches have lived relatively unchanged for over 300 million years.
  • The German Cockroach is a mechanical vector, potentially carrying several dozen different kinds of bacteria on its body, including typhoid, cholera, tuberculosis, dysentery and leprosy.
  • Cockroaches are among the fastest running insects, capable of 50 body lengths per second, which is equivalent to a human running the 100 yard dash in 1 second.
  • In some areas, doctors report that half of the foreign objects they remove from the ears of children are cockroa/hes.

News Headline

Children’s Asthma Study Urges: “Take Cockroach Control Seriously” – May 8 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine

For the millions of asthmatic children who regularly face lost sleep, missed school days, limited playtime and frequent medical visits, a new U.S. National Institutes of Health-related study identifies one step to alleviate their health problems: Control cockroaches. The inner-city study by NIH’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), indicates that among several allergens common in homes, such as those from dust mites and cats, cockroach allergens were shown to cause the most health problems for asthmatic children. The NIAID report, “National Cooperative Inner-City Asthma Study,” was published in the May 8 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine. The recent study has caught the attention of Congress, also. A current initiative called for active participation by U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in public housing cockroach control.