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High-Pressure Ultrasonic Frequencies
The Pest Repeller Ultimate AT delivers powerful ultrasonic frequencies up to 1,524 m2. Invading pests are flooded with loud, disorienting noise while you don't hear a thing. The unpleasant sound ricochets off walls and other solid objects forcing pests to flee. Ultrasonic sound output is specifically designed to target scorpions, insects, mice, rats, and other rodents.
Our technology changes the electromagnetic frequencies that travel through the wiring of your home into pulsating vibrations. The shifting frequencies are completely safe for you, your pets, and electronics, but irritate the nervous system of rodents and disrupt the receptors of insects nesting within the walls and cracks of your home.
The electromagnetic signals turn on and off every few seconds making it next to impossible for pests to build a tolerance to this irritating environment and drives them out. This unique feature gives pests no place to hide.
Ultra-Ionic™ Pest Control Technology
The Ultimate AT releases streams of beneficial negative ions into the air, similar to those in the atmosphere during a rainstorm. This alone makes pests want to seek shelter elsewhere. In addition, these ions pull pollutants, bacteria, and dust mites from the atmosphere, helping neutralize odors that can attract pests.
Quality & Convenience That Sets the Ultimate AT Apart
The Ultimate AT is one of the only repellers on the market to have an automatic night light. Illuminate dark hallways and rooms with a soft blue glow and make late night trips to the fridge a little safer.
Scorpion Facts & Prevention
Scorpions can be found in many states, but they are mostly found in the warmer areas of Arizona, Nevada, California, New Mexico, and Texas. They are most active at night, and when the daytime temps heat up, they will look for cooler areas to hide. They prefer quiet areas and will generally avoid people, but if you sneak up on one by accident it will definitely strike out. Scorpions can range in size from about an inch, to as large as 7 inches in length.
The most dangerous type is a Bark Scorpion, which are typically found in Arizona.
How do scorpions get into the home? What attracts them?
Like many other pests, scorpions can enter your home through gaps under doors, cracks in walls, torn window screens, and other small openings. And for every one scorpion you find, there are probably five or six more nearby.
They are attracted to moisture sources such as leaky pipes, standing water in bathrooms, laundry rooms, or damp basements. Keeping up on your home’s maintenance can go a long way in preventing scorpions, insects, rodents, and other pests from invading.
What do scorpions eat?
Scorpions are carnivorous and feed on other insects. If you live in an area that has scorpions and your home has an insect problem, you will likely end up with a scorpion problem too.
What do scorpion stings feel like?
More painful than a bee sting, a scorpion sting releases neurotoxins that can cause severe pain, numbness, swelling, nausea, blurred vision, sweating, muscle spasms, and difficulty breathing.
Adult deaths from scorpions are rare, but they can often kill family pets, small children, elderly adults, and those with compromised immune systems. Apply an ice pack and call your doctor immediately if you or a family member have been stung by a scorpion. Call 911 if someone is having trouble breathing or loses consciousness.
How can I keep them out of my home?
Seal up any openings around your home, even very small ones. Inspect all around your walls, windows, doors, foundation, and roof. Seal up any cracks, repair leaky faucets or pipes, and make sure to keep wood piles and yard debris as far away from your home as possible.
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Indoors, clean up all food and drink spills immediately (remember, if you attract other insects you might also attract pest scorpions). Plug in the Pest Repeller Ultimate AT in any areas you want to protect, especially rooms prone to moisture like bathrooms, kitchens, and laundry rooms. Scorpions can’t climb glass, so bed and crib legs can be placed inside wide-mouthed glass jars to prevent them from getting into your bed. Thoroughly shake out clothes, towels, and bedding before use.
The Ultimate AT deters scorpions using a combination of ultrasonic sounds, electromagnetic vibrations, and air-cleansing negative ions. Scorpions do not see very well, but their bodies are very sensitive to sounds and vibrations. Our ultrasonic pest repellers make them want to leave the area and seek shelter elsewhere.