Turbine Insect Killer
Uses attractive action of its lamps on flying insects which are then sucked in by the action of a fan powered by an electric motor:
- Suitable for rural areas and on farms
- Sucks in flies through the action of a fan powered by an electric motor
- Comes with net collection bag
Efficacy Of The Turbine’s Action
The Turbine is of particular value in rural areas and on farms. In these environments, the use of chemical insecticides or pesticidal equipment that releases gaseous substances could damage crops or the health of animals. The Turbine, on the other hand, uses the attractive action of its lamps on flying insects. When they reach the front window, they get sucked in by the action of a fan powered by an electric motor, and deposited in the lower part of the appliance, from where they cannot escape. The external structure, fan and housing for the electrical components are all made from metal to guarantee the strength of the appliance.
Methods Of Use
The Turbine Electric Insect Killer has IPX4 protection, as required by law for external use. It is fixed to a wall with rawlplugs. In order to enable infrequent disposal of the captured insects, the net collection bag has a volume of 25 litres.
The Turbine is a safe appliance and presents no risk of inflammability. It does not emit smoke, radiation or electromagnetic waves that could disturb the animals. It does not use chemical attractants that need replacement.
|Dimensions in mm||407 x 356 x 941 mm (H)|
|Total Power Consumption||165W|
|Actinic Lamps||2 x 40W|
|Duration of Lamps||2000 h|
|Range of Operations||15/18m|
|Fan Rotation Speed||1000 rpm|
|Air Intake Volume||4 m/s|
|Water Protection Level||IPX4|