Anti-Termite Calculator  IS 6313-2

Anti-Termite Calculation


Quantity of Anti Termite

600.00 ml

Area = 20.00 m2 | 215.28 ft2

Anti-Termite calculation

Total Area = Length×Width

Total Area = 5×4

Total Area = 20.00 m2

Total Quantity = Total Area×30

Total quantity = 20.00×30

Total quantity = 600.00 ml

What is anti-termite calculation?

Anti-termite treatment is a process of spraying the strong termite chemicals in the foundation pits. The purpose of anti-termite treatment is to kill and resist the entry of termites.

Pre constructional anti-termite treatment is a process in which soil treatment is applied to a building in early stages of its construction.

Anti-termite treatment being a specialized job, calls for thorough knowledge of the chemicals, soils, termite to be dealt with and the environmental conditions, in order to give effective treatment and lasting protection to the property undergoing treatment. It is therefore imperative that the works of anti-termite treatment should get executed through specialized Process.

We determine Anti-termite method to use to find the area. In this case we are dealing with a length, width.


Anti-Termite calculation
Area For Anti Termite =Length × Width

Quantity of Anti Termite =Square Meter×30
  • m2 is a total area (square meter) and ft2 is a square feet.
  • length and breadth in meter/cm and quantity in ml (milliliter).

1m2 = 10.7639ft2


What are the important anti-termite

Termite control in buildings is very important as the damage likely to be caused by the termites is huge. Wood is one of the cellulosic materials which termites damage, cellulose forming their basic nutrient. They also damage materials of organic origin with a cellulosic base, household articles like furniture, furnishings, clothing, stationery, etc. Termites are also known to damage noncellulosic substances in their search for food rubber, leather, plastics, neoprene as well as lead coating used for covering of underground cables are damaged by termites. The widespread damage by termites, high constructional cost of buildings have necessitated evolving suitable measures for preventing access of termites to buildings.