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Area Of Coverage2000 Sq Ft
MaterialStainless Steel
Usage/ApplicationCommercial
FormElectric
ColorWhite
ShapeRectangle
Country of OriginMade in India

A fly catcher, also known as a fly trap or fly paper, is a device designed to attract and capture flies and other flying insects. There are several types of fly catchers available, each employing different methods to trap and eliminate flies. Here are some common types:

  1. Fly Paper: Fly paper consists of strips of sticky adhesive material coated with a sweet-smelling attractant that lures flies to land on it. Once the fly lands on the sticky surface, it becomes trapped and unable to escape. Fly paper is inexpensive and easy to use, making it a popular choice for both residential and commercial settings.

  2. Electric Fly Zapper: Electric fly zappers, also known as bug zappers or insect electrocutors, use ultraviolet (UV) light to attract flies and other flying insects. When the insects come into contact with the electric grid surrounding the light source, they are electrocuted and killed. Electric fly zappers are effective for outdoor use in areas such as patios, gardens, and outdoor dining spaces.

  3. Fly Traps: Fly traps are devices that use various methods to lure flies into a container or chamber where they are unable to escape. Some fly traps use bait attractants such as sugar water, fruit juice, or vinegar to lure flies inside, while others employ physical barriers or traps that prevent flies from exiting once they enter.

  4. Fly Swatters: Fly swatters are manual devices used to manually swat and kill flies. They consist of a flat, paddle-shaped surface typically made of plastic or wire mesh attached to a handle. Fly swatters are commonly used in households and are effective for killing individual flies quickly and easily.

  5. Fly Bags: Fly bags are disposable traps that use a combination of attractants, such as pheromones or food-based lures, to attract flies into a bag or container where they become trapped and eventually die. Fly bags are often used outdoors in agricultural settings to control fly populations around livestock facilities or in gardens.

  6. UV Light Traps: UV light traps utilize ultraviolet light to attract flies and other flying insects into a chamber or container where they are trapped and unable to escape. These traps may use adhesive surfaces, electric grids, or physical barriers to capture and contain the insects.

  7. Natural Remedies: Some natural remedies, such as plants with insect-repellent properties or homemade traps using household items like apple cider vinegar or dish soap, can also be effective at attracting and trapping flies in a non-toxic manner.

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Product Details:
Area Of Coverage300 Sq Ft
MaterialStainless Steel
Number Of Tubes3 Tubes
FormElectric
BrandParas Equipments
ColorSilver

An electric insect killer, also known as an electric bug zapper or insect trap, is a device designed to attract and eliminate flying insects such as mosquitoes, flies, moths, and gnats. These devices work by emitting ultraviolet (UV) light to attract insects and then electrocuting them with an electric grid or mesh when they come into contact with it. Here are some key features and components commonly found in electric insect killers:

  1. UV Light Source: Most electric insect killers feature one or more UV light bulbs that emit ultraviolet light. UV light is highly attractive to many flying insects, effectively luring them towards the device.

  2. Electric Grid/Mesh: Surrounding the UV light source is an electric grid or mesh, typically made of metal. When insects are attracted to the light and make contact with the grid, they complete an electrical circuit, resulting in a lethal shock that kills them quickly and efficiently.

  3. Protective Housing: The electric grid/mesh is housed within a protective casing, usually made of durable plastic or metal, to prevent accidental contact with humans or pets. The housing may also have openings or grilles to allow insects to enter.

  4. Collection Tray or Container: Some electric insect killers are equipped with a collection tray or container located at the bottom of the device. This tray collects the dead insects, making it easy to dispose of them and keep the device clean.

  5. Weatherproofing: Outdoor electric insect killers may feature weatherproof construction to withstand exposure to the elements, such as rain or humidity. This allows them to be used effectively in outdoor areas such as patios, gardens, or camping sites.

  6. Safety Features: Modern electric insect killers often include safety features such as protective grilles or guards around the electric grid to prevent accidental contact by fingers or pets. Some models also have safety switches or sensors that automatically deactivate the device when the protective cover is removed.

  7. Energy Efficiency: Electric insect killers typically use low-wattage UV light bulbs and consume minimal energy during operation. This makes them cost-effective to run continuously for extended periods, such as overnight.

  8. Indoor and Outdoor Use: Electric insect killers are available in various sizes and designs suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. Indoor models are often compact and designed for placement on countertops or tabletops, while outdoor models may be larger and designed for wall mounting or freestanding installation.

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