The Insect-a-clear FLY-SHIELD range comprises three models, the FLY-SHIELD 1, 2 and 4. It is the ideal alternative to conventional high voltage machines. Models 1 and 2 are suitable for front of house flying insect control where discreet management is required. Model 4 is suitable for larger areas where suspending the machine gives a massive 360 sq metre approx. coverage.
Like other glue board machines in the Insect-a-clear range these stainless steel machines attract and trap flying insects on a UV stabilized glue board without any annoying zap.
It has been designed to look like a conteporary, stylish wall light.
Ideally they are suited to restaurants, coffee shops, sandwich bars
1 x 18w
Brushed Satin Finish
Glue Board Fly Killer
Supplied with fitted plug with a cable length of 1.5m
Replacement lamps : LL18WX-O
Replacement Glue Boards : MG1TRA
|Product Code||Colour||Coverage approx. sq.m||Lamps||Lamp Code||Height (mm)||Width (mm)||Depth (mm)|
|FG1CBS||Brushed Satin||35 - 90||1 x 18w||LL18WX-O||250||345||115|
Q. How long will my bulb last?
A. The efficiency of a lamp will deteriorate as it is used so it is important to buy good quality lamps. Your lamp will generally need replacing after 12 months although some cheaper lamps will last as little as 2-3 months.
Q. Why do you need a shatter resistant lamp?
A. Shatter resistant lamps should always be used if your fly killer is situated in food preparation areas. The plastic coating will contain any pieces of glass in the event of a lamp being broken.
Q. Am I safe to leave my fly killer on overnight?
A. Yes, During the months of the year where insects are a problem we advise to leave the unit on 24/7, it will perform best when it is the only source of light so during the night it will perform more efficiently.
Q. Is there anywhere I should avoid placing my fly killer?
A. Never mount your fly killer in a window or doorway and avoid places where there is moving or hot air.
Q. How do I work out which fly killer would be best for me.
A. There is no 'one size fits all' what is good for 1 situation may not be good for another. Some things to consider would be
- Area of coverage required
- Type of environment
- Does it need to be visibly attractive
- How do you need it mounting
- Electric Grid or Glue board
Once you have all this information then it will be easier to decide which fly killer you require.