By this stage, we are all more than familiar with electric grid fly killers and what they do. If we haven’t been exposed to them at the workplace, we have definitely seen them in the world of cinema. They are a tried and true classic method of ridding the workplace of pesky flies. At QBIC Washrooms, we believe that there are few things that can poorly reflect on your company as too many flies buzzing around the place. It just seems to scream negligence – and with our line of electric grid fly killers, there is just no need for it! At QBIC Washrooms, we stock a huge range of electric fly killers designed for use in pretty much any commercial or domestic setting where there is a need for them. No more flailing and swatting at flies when you are simply trying to get on with your day. The solution is just below, and it costs a lot less than you might think!
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At QBIC Washrooms, we are committed to offering our customers the best units out there – for the best prices too! For that reason, if you come across one of these units for less elsewhere, we will match that price!
An electric fly killer is a device designed to attract and exterminate flies and other flying pests using UV light and an electrified grid.
Electric fly killers use ultraviolet light to attract insects. Once the insects come into contact with the electrified grid inside the device, they are instantly killed.
It's generally safe to use around children and pets as the electric grid is usually enclosed within a protective casing. However, as a precaution, it should be placed out of reach of children and pets.
No, electric fly killers are generally quiet devices. You might hear a small 'zap' when an insect is killed.
The best place to install an electric fly killer is in a high traffic area for flies, away from other light sources that may compete with the UV light.
Primarily, it works on flies and mosquitoes but other small flying insects may also be attracted to the UV light and killed.
Some models are designed for outdoor use. However, it's important to ensure they are placed in a dry area protected from the rain.
Typically, bulbs should be replaced every year for optimal efficiency, even if they appear to still be working.
While the efficiency can vary depending on the model, modern electric fly killers are designed to be energy efficient.
Most electric fly killers have removable trays where dead insects accumulate. This can be easily removed and cleaned. Always ensure the device is unplugged before cleaning.