This insect killer uses two fans and a UV-A light to achieve optimum attraction. Once attracted the insects are sucked onto the electric killing grid,
Remove flying insects without the use of chemicals, sprays or traps. Flymatic insect killers use Ultra-Violet rays to attract light sensitive insects such as flies and moths. These insects are killed when they come into contact with an electrocuted metal grid, or are trapped on a glue board. Insect killers which use an electric grid have a removable collection tray, which catch the flies and makes cleaning easy. Ideal for houses, factories, food outlets, cold rooms, hospitals and anywhere that needs to be kept clear of flying insects.
New modern design
Ideal for domestic applications
Easy to maintain
Fan sucks in air to increase attraction
Lamp life of approx 8000 hours
Very low energy consumption
|Product Code||Colour||Coverage approx. sq.m||Lamps||Lamp Code||Height (mm)||Width (mm)||Depth (mm)|
|IKGF-4||Silver||80||1 x 4w||IKS-4W-TUBE||330||250||90|
Q. How often should I replace my UVA bulb
A. We recommend that UV Lamps are changed every 12 months to ensure maximum efficiency.
The levels of UV produced by fluorescent Lamps deteriorates rapidly throughout the life of the tube. Whilst the tube will continue to glow blue indefinitely, after approximately 8,000 hours the amount of useful UV (which humans cannot see) drops to a level where it is no longer attractive to flying insects. As a result, UV Lamps must be replaced annually to ensure they remain effective in producing useful levels of UV. It is best to replace the tube just before the peak insect season, which is March/April.