on Mattress Detecting bed bugs can be difficult, as they are small in size and able to hide in tiny cracks and crevices. However, evidence of a bed bug infestation may be found in bedding and on mattresses. Live bed bugs leave clusters of dark brown or black spots of dried excrement on infested surfaces.
Several devices have been specifically developed for the monitoring and/or detection of bed bugs. Devices that are currently available include bed bug interception devices that are placed under the legs of beds and sofas and traps that use attractants such as carbon dioxide and/or chemical lures(see also section on Early Detection Devices).
Once they settle in your home, they can go undetected for months - feeding off you and your family. Introducing BBEDS Bedbug Early Detection System. BBEDS is a patented device designed to detect bedbugs early - BEFORE they infest - by simulating conditions bedbugs consider an ideal hiding place: tight, dark tunneling and rough woody material.
University research has demonstrated that passive intecrpetion devices are among the most effective tools available for the detection of bed bugs and also play a role in reducing the number of bed bugs during the management effort, and are thus also a bed bug management tool.
The Verifi bed bug detector is the first device ever to provide up to 90 days of active detection, at which point its attractants can be replaced and detection can continue. In this way, the Verifi bed bug detector creates a totally new opportunity for ongoing services, leading to more successful customer relationships and additional revenue.
A bug detector is a essential device for those at risk of surveillance or even those with snoopy friends or close ones who may be trying to obtain evidence or catch you in a compromising position.