Flies in China
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We have a range of insect light traps to cater different business needs and requirements. All of them use a unique technology to hygienically and effectively capture flying insects. Unlike conventional Electric Fly Killers with high voltage killing grids that simply zap flying insects and leave a litter of insect fragments and contaminated spores, the units we use are safe and hygienic because it uses UV light technology to attract insects and then traps them on a hidden glue board.
Also the range we use is completely silent in operation – getting rid of flying insects discreetly. All our units work against all sizes of flying insect, and are quickly and easily serviced by our Service Technicians saving your business time, money and trouble.
Our insect light traps are scientifically tested using a Half Life Measurement to ensure optimum performance. If you wish to know more call Rentokil Initial today on 400 820 8770 or contact us online.
Once a survey of your premises is complete, your Rentokil Initial expert will recommend a fly control treatment programme specially for your needs. It may include one, or a combination, of the following:
Used in conjunction with the IPM exclusion and sanitation practices you will have effective, long-term protection from flies for your business.
The discreet flying insect and fly control unit is designed to look like an attractive wall light or uplight. Can be installed at a public area where hygiene is an important consideration.
Luminos Sapphire is a discreet and attractive unit specifically designed for front of house fly control, where both discretion and effectiveness are essential. It has a modern design that offers a stylish and effective way of controlling flying insects in public areas.
*313 tests carried out on 87 units affecting 31300 flies over a 28 month period (2010)