Heat Bubble Smart

The revolutionary insect heat treatment

Heat treatment solution that allows plenty of space available for treating any object in hotels, homes and offices.

Heat Bubble works for bed bugs, wood worms, moths, termites and other xylophages, mites, fungus… virtually any kind of insects.

Works on any household socket

  • Intelligent control system remotely managed in real-time

  • High capacity allowing treatment of several objects simultaneously

  • Quick and silent operation

  • No additional equipment

  • Light, foldable and easy to assemble

  • Only one operator needed

  • No chemical usage


  • Bed / Mattress

  • Furniture

  • Textiles

  • Mobile storage

  • Luggage

  • Decorative objects

User Interface

  • The heat treatments are managed and monitored in real time using a lightweight touch-screen tablet included in the kit.

  • The interface is totally intuitive and user friendly.

  • The operator can define the treatment temperature and duration, and monitor what is going on inside de bubble at any time.

  • The user interface asks both the costumer and the PCO to check the safety guidelines before starting a treatment.

  • Using the built-in camera in the tablet, the technician can take pictures of the objects, before and after the treatment is completed as a proof of no damages.

  • When the treatment is completed, a full report is generated including all treatment details, the pictures taken to objects and even estimated energy consumption and cost.

  • The PDF report can be easily shared with the costumer by email.

Heat Bubble Smart

Heat Bubble SMART pack
code: STHBPACK6502
Bubble structure – base – Smart control unit – heating panels x6 – tablet with user interface – data cables x6 – power cables x6  – inlet power cord – temperature probes – support poles x2 – easy transport bag

Accessories & Spare parts

Heating panel
90 x 60 cm

Inlet power cord

Smart control unit

Bubble structure
180x180x205 cm


Transport bag

Power cable

6 per set

Data cable

6 per set

Temperature probes


Support poles

The bubble is made of a light and flexible material that acts as thermal reflector and insulator. Six heating panels located in the bubble’s internal sides generate the far infrared heat that kills insects by degrading their protein molecules.

When the Bubble is completely assembled and with the panels in place, insert the objects to be treated. There are two ways to place the objects inside the Bubble: Open a door on the front and back walls, or using the support poles to have a bigger entry.

Easy transport bag

All the components of the equipment are carried in an easy transport bag specifically designed for this purpose, the Easy Transport Bag has two compartments.

When treatment is finished, the bubble must be properly bent and all components carefully introduced in the bag. This saves cost and improves logistics commuting to the place where the treatment is performed.

1. Open the easy transport bag. Keep in mind it has two compartments

2. Unfold the base over a clear floor. Make sur the black side be down

3. Open the bubble by pulling by the red strips

4. Place the bubble over the base, sticking them with the velcro tape

5. Use the support poles to keep the bubble open

6. Pass the cables (data and power) through the holes in the Bubble’s walls

7. Stick the heating panels with velcro tape on the Bubble’s walls.

8. Place the objects inside the Bubble

9. Close the Bubble using the zippers and place the Smart Control Unit close to it

10. Connect the temperature probes, data and power cables to the Smart Control Unit

11. Connect the Smart Control Unit to a energy socket

12. Switch ON the Smart Control Unit

Far Infrared Heating Technology

Heat Bubble technology is using the same heat principle of solar waves: The far infrared radiated heat is 100% safe for objects and as opposed to convection heat there is no waste of energy in heating the air.

Heat Bubble Smart Technology

Allows the operator to manage in real-time and remotely the treatment conditions such as temperature.
Distributes and control the electrical power that each heating panel needs for the treatment.
Notify the operator if there are connection failures with the heat panels.