Demand CS: Control That Lasts Up to 90 Days

Some things don't last for 90 days. Good thing our iCAPs do.

Demand® CS insecticide offers up to 90 days of control of more than 30 different pests including ants, cockroaches, mosquitoes, fleas and ticks. Featuring the power of iCAP™ technology, Demand CS easily adheres to pests’ waxy cuticles as they travel along a treated surface, which helps ensure lasting control.

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Demand CS Holds Up

In a trial conducted at Spokane Falls Community College, Demand CS was more rainfast than Suspend® PolyZone® insecticide after four rainfall events. When aged for an extra week and washed with two times more rain, Demand CS controlled carpenter ants at the same rate as in an earlier test.

Trials reflect treatment rates and mixing partners commonly recommended in the marketplace. Source: Laurel D. Hansen, Ph.D., Spokane Falls Community College, PRO12_552

Demand CS Lasts up to 90 Days: 24-hour Mortality Data After a 30-minute Exposure

In a trial conducted at Purdue University, Demand CS was found to provide control of German cockroaches for up to 90 days on glazed ceramic tiles at both the high- and low-labeled rate.

Trials reflect treatment rates and mixing partners commonly recommended in the marketplace.
Source: Ameya D. Gondhalekar, Ph.D., Purdue University, PPMU16505

How Long Does Demand CS Last on a Leaf?

In a trial conducted at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, mosquitoes were exposed to Demand CS and Suspend PolyZone insecticides for five minutes, and mortality was evaluated after one hour of exposure. After eight weeks, applications of Demand CS resulted in more dead mosquitoes above the 70 percent threshold than applications of Suspend PolyZone.

Trials reflect treatment rates and mixing partners commonly recommended in the marketplace.
Source: Sally Paulson, Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, PPM16503

How Long Does Demand CS Last on a Leaf?

In a trial conducted at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, mosquitoes were exposed to Demand CS and Talstar® Professional insecticides for five minutes, and mortality was evaluated after one hour of exposure. After eight weeks, applications of Demand CS resulted in more dead mosquitoes above the 70 percent threshold than applications of Talstar Professional.

Trials reflect treatment rates and mixing partners commonly recommended in the marketplace.
Source: Sally Paulson, Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, PPM16503

 


Demand CS and Public Health

Protect Your Customers with Confidence

Homeowners are increasingly looking to pest management professionals to control insects that act as vectors of diseases like the Zika virus and Lyme disease. That’s why we’re enabling pest management professionals to become defenders of public health with solutions like Demand CS as part of our SecureChoice™ assurance programs.

Demand CS: Mosquito Flea Tick

Demand CS, along with Archer® insect growth regulator, is part of the treatment protocol for both the SecureChoice Mosquito Assurance Program and the SecureChoice Flea and Tick Assurance Program

Demand CS: Scorpion

Demand CS paired with Advion® insect granule can help control scorpions and their food sources as part of the SecureChoice Scorpion Assurance Program.

Demand CS: Spider

The combination of Demand CS with Demon® WP insecticide or Tandem® insecticide can help control spiders as part of the SecureChoice Spider Assurance Program.

 

The Power of iCAP Technology

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iCap Technology (Green Microcaps)
iCap Technology (Blue Microcaps)
Demand CS microcap
Cyhalocap
Cyzmic CS
LambdaStar
Cyonara
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iCAP technology

Microcapsules are designed to be picked up by insects as they crawl over treated surfaces so they can be easily transferred and help control insects on contact. That’s why the iCAP technology microcaps, shown in green, adhere to insects and are easily passed to other insects for thorough control.

iCAP technology

Multiple-sized microcaps with controlled release set iCAP technology apart from any other microcapsule formulation on the market. Smaller microcaps release the active ingredient quickly for immediate control, while larger microcaps remain intact and release the active ingredient later for long-lasting, residual control for up to 90 days.

iCAP technology

Demand CS capsule remains intact under heat and pressure. A microcap’s smooth outer shell protects the active ingredient from environmental conditions like sunlight and pH extremes. This means Demand CS is strong enough to maintain control between bi-monthly and quarterly service cycles, reducing the need to retreat customer properties.

Cyhalocap®

Cyhalocap capsule is damaged under heat and pressure.

Cyzmic®

Cyzmic CS capsule collapses.

LambdaStar™

LambdaStar insecticide capsule fully collapse under heat and pressure.

Cyonara™

Cyonara insecticide has crystals - no microcaps.

Key Features

  • Labeled to control more than 30 pests including ants, bed bugs, cockroaches, fleas, mosquitoes, scorpions, spiders and ticks
  • iCAP technology features a range of capsule sizes that stay on multiple surface types and control the release of the active ingredient, lambda-cyhalothrin
  • Low use rate of Demand CS delivers more than 10,000 microcaps per square inch of coverage

 

Key Benefits

  • Peace of mind - controlled release of the active ingredient provides outstanding immediate and residual pest control for up to 90 days
  • Reliability - powerful active ingredient and proprietary formulation provide steadfast general pest control so you can focus on growing your business
  • Reduced callbacks - active on a broad range of pests, Demand CS  provides superior perimeter protection against general and nuisance pests

Demand CS Videos

Demand CS: Powered by iCAP Technology

Demand CS in blower/mister

SecureChoice Mosquito Assurance Program Application Training Video

Demand CS Application Instructions

Demand CS in a backpack sprayer

 
Demand CS: Powered by iCAP Technology

Demand CS: Powered by iCAP Technology

 
Demand CS in blower/mister

Demand CS in blower/mister

 
SecureChoice Mosquito Assurance Program Application Training Video

SecureChoice Mosquito Assurance Program Application Training Video

 
Demand CS Application Instructions

Demand CS Application Instructions

 
Demand CS in a backpack sprayer

Demand CS in a backpack sprayer

 
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Demand Brochure(PDF)

Learn more about the entire Demand portfolio, including Demand CS and Demand G insecticides.

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Demand CS + Archer Multipak Information Sheet(PDF)

Learn more about the Demand CS + Archer Multipak, a cost-effective solution to combat a variety of pests with two proven products.

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Demand CS 30-day Mosquito Control Information Sheet(PDF)

Learn more about how Demand CS can be an effective solution for managing mosquitoes on a 30-day treatment cycle.

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Demand CS Master Shipper Sheet(PDF)

Learn more about how the Demand CS Master Shipper provides the right packaging for your business needs.

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Demand CS Plus Archer Beetle Control Information Sheet(PDF)

Learn more about how Demand CS and Archer are labeled for control of hide, darkling, carrion and dermestid beetles that may infest poultry houses.

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Demand CS Scorpion Sheet(PDF)

Learn more about how Demand CS can put the sting on scorpions.

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Demand CS: Putting Bed Bugs to Rest(PDF)

Learn more about how Demand CS insecticide can help control bed bugs.

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Demand: Pyrethroid Label Changes(PDF)

Learn more about pyrethroid label changes resulting from EPA regulation.

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Fall Invaders - Management of Overwintering Pests(PDF)

Learn more about managing fall invaders such as cluster flies, box elder bugs and brown marmorated stink bugs.

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SecureChoice Mosquito Assurance Program Door Hanger(PDF)

Inform homeowners that you treated their neighbor’s property for mosquitoes and recommend SecureChoice for their home.

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SecureChoice Mosquito Assurance Program Homeowner Tips Infographic(PDF)

Provide homeowners with helpful tips for how they can help prevent mosquitoes in their own backyard.

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SecureChoice Mosquito Assurance Program Homeowner Trifold Brochure(PDF)

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SecureChoice Mosquito Assurance Program Sheet(PDF)

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