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Ultrasound waves are harmless vibrations of the air, similar to sound, that have nothing in common with the harmful electromagnetic radiations emitted, for example, by mobile telephones


AcarZero

A study performed at the University of Camerino has shown that the AcarZero™ electronic dust mite controller is completely safe for humans and household pets. This study has confirmed its effectiveness in environments known to have dust mites — reducing their concentration and with it the production of harmful allergens — and, when installed in a healthy environment, prevents them from colonizing the area.

The mechanical sound waves emitted are sounds in the 40,000 Hz frequency range which cannot be perceived by the human ear but which are quite disturbing to the dust mites; they interfere with their breeding and feeding cycles, significantly reducing the population and, with it, the quantity of allergy-causing droppings.

“Confined spaces such as the home, office or business environment lends itself to the development of arthropod populations, the cause of respiratory pathologies. This is the case of the mites of the genus Dermatophagoides, the so-called “Dust mites”, […] living in mattresses, pillows, quilts, but also on floors, carpets and rugs […]”

“The dust mite controlling activity of AcarZero™ was tested on a sample of dust drawn from normal homes […]”

“The results obtained after running for 90 days shows that AcarZero™ drastically reduced dust mite concentrations in all samples of dust examined” “AcarZero™ proved able to alter dust mite breeding and feeding, thus interfering with reproduction in general and leading to a significant reduction in the number of parasites in the environment […]”


ZeroBugs

Ticks and fleas are the most common external parasites infesting household pets, particularly given the considerable increase in the dog and cat population. Moreover, reports are increasingly coming in from people who share their home environments, gardens and a wide range of objects with their pets.

“(...) ZeroBugs™ devices have proven extremely effective in controlling the infestation of ticks and fleas of various genera and species, and they can prevent parasites from attacking the host.”

“(...) they can be used without any side effects in healthy subjects — to prevent infestation — or in those already affected by ticks and fleas — to prevent the situation from worsening.”

“The results obtained by applying the devices confirm the effectiveness of the product.”

“No hearing impairment was suffered by the operators during any of the tests.”

Research conducted by Prof. Vincenzo Cuteri - School of Biosciences and Veterinary Medicine - Medical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases Laboratory, University of Camerino - Macerata - Italy, on 45 dogs of varying race, sex and ages at the municipal kennel of Camerino.


ZeroBugs

Hearing is fundamental to the survival of many living species. Scientific research has shown that sounds falling within certain frequencies, analysed and adjusted to the different species, are intolerable to the affected animals, which feel disturbed and threatened enough to leave the site that is irritating them. Based on studies and our experiments, we have come up with the perfect answer, that succeeds in affecting specific categories of animals without endangering others.

The ultrasound devices have passed numerous University tests, proving that they can meet the highest expectations and confirming their value as a pest repellent.

“The results obtained from the various tests performed prove the effectiveness […]”

“(…) statistically significant differences were recorded in the movements of the two test groups, in the absence of ultrasound (-US) and in the presence of ultrasound (+US).”

“The results obtained from the various tests performed prove the effectiveness […] we saw a drastic reduction or the total disappearance of the pests being tested […]”.

“The results obtained from this application prove that it is effective for repelling the animals, or keeping pests out of areas that they have not yet entered.”

“No hearing impairment was suffered by the operators during any of the tests.”

Research conducted by Prof. Vincenzo Cuteri - School of Biosciences and Veterinary Medicine - Medical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases Laboratory, University of Camerino - Macerata - Italy


ZeroZzz

Many diseases and viruses are transmitted to humans and animals through insect bites.

These infections are the subject of ongoing investigation by researchers and specialists in the field. University studies and trials have identified the ideal solution that is effective on specific categories of insects but does not compromise others.

These mosquito repellers have passed numerous university tests, proving themselves a valid support in the fight against mosquitoes.

To cope with the increasingly widespread problem and the increased danger of some viruses, tests were conducted using the most common species of mosquitoes including Anopheles and Aedes, carriers of such disease as Malaria, Chikungunya, Dengue, Yellow Fever and Zika.

The results obtained “confirm that the device can be used to reduce the number of mosquito bites”.

“[...] as a result of the tests performed, [...] the device significantly reduces the likelihood of being bitten by mosquitoes”.

“The results obtained from the various tests performed prove the effectiveness of the device”.

Research conducted by Prof. Vincenzo Cuteri - School of Biosciences and Veterinary Medicine - Medical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases Laboratory, University of Camerino - Macerata - Italy