PELIAS provides heat treatment services that the shipping industry counts on to stay in compliance with pest control regulations. Our team of highly skilled technicians is equipped with the latest technologies and utilizes proven techniques for successfully heat treating cargoes that include wood. If you’re looking to stay in compliance with ISPM-15 rules, we’re your go-to contractor.
The process is just as effective as fumigation but takes significantly less time.
Regardless of the type of raw wood it is, ISPM-15 rules dictate that all international shipments of wood packaging must be fumigated or heat treated. Heat treatment is an effective way to kill fungus and insects before they cross borders. Pallets, wood cases, crates and dunnage, all of which are non-manufactured wood commonly used in shipping are subject to the ISPM-15 rules, which means a qualified heat treatment contractor needs to be brought in to do the job. Treated wood will be required to display a IPPC certification stamp, which also shows who treated it.
ISPM-15 regulation affects all wood packaging material, including:
- Cable drums
- Packing cases
Our experts carry out heat treatment using high quality mobile equipment at any time at ports throughout Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Our equipment is certified for operation in all types of environments, including the interior of potentially explosive atmospheres. This is how we guarantee safe and efficient work.
PELIAS strictly adheres to the ISPM-15 rules for all international shipments and carries out heat treatment for wood packaging seven days a week.