Gardner WS85 Wall Sconce Fly Light - WhiteColor White 24" W X 12.5" High X 5.5" Deep
The WS-85 wall sconce is a decorative Gold Vein, or White wall mount light trap. The stylish design combines a V-Shape wall sconce light and an adhesive board. Flying insects are attracted to the ultraviolet light and captured on a replaceable adhesive board inside the sconce. Position 5-6 feet above the floor.This decorative wall sconce attracts insects to the ultraviolet light and captures them on a replaceable adhesive board inside the sconce.Flies are captured Where Customers Can Not See Them !
Catches Flies, Gnats, Mosquitoes and other flying insects.
For use in: Restaurants, Kitchens, Offices, Hotels, Hallways, Hospitals, Health Care Facilities & other living and working areas.
- 24 Hour, Non-Chemical Silent Fly Trapping
- GOLD VEIN or WHITE finish
- Disposable 4" x 16" adhesive panel
- Covers 900 sq. ft. (25 lineal ft.)
- 15 watts of high intensity U.V. insect attraction
- UL listed, 115v/60hz, with 6' cord
- FDA & USDA accepted under current code
- 5-year limited warranty
- Dimensions: 24"L x 10"H x 5"D
SELECTION & PLACEMENT OF INSECT LIGHT TRAPS
Insect Light Traps (ILT?s) are an important non-insecticidal method to control flying insects. ILT?s attract flying insects by using Ultra-Violet light. Flying insects are drawn by the U.V. light and are either trapped on adhesive glue panels or electrocuted on an electrified grid. ILT?s work 24-hours a day, seven days a week. ILT?s catch a variety of flying insects including house flies, bottle flies, yellow jackets, moths and beetles that contaminate food, affect our health, and are irritating. ILT?s are the best continuous tool for flying insect control, working 24-hours a day, 365 days a year.
PLANNING THE LOCATIONS FOR ILT'S
INTERIOR: Identify the most sensitive interior areas of the building where insects are unacceptable. Place adhesive board type traps in hallways and key intercept points within the building.
Insect light trap models that utilize adhesive boards as the trapping method are recommended for use sanitary sensitive areas at key entry points within close proximity of the target areas. The goal is to trap the insect prior to entry into the target area.
Use in areas of high fly activity inside doorways and docks. Flies are attracted indoors by food odors, warm air and light coming from doorways, windows, roof vents and other openings in buildings.
Place traps 5 to 15 feet inside a door or dock opening. Gusts of wind and breezes push small insects inside rooms.
You should aim the U.V. light into the building so that it cannot be seen from outside. We do not want to attract flying insects inside the building because they can see an Insect Light Trap. This is a simple mistake to avoid.
Space light traps 25 to 50 feet apart on the inside of exterior wall lines. The number of lights used will vary based on (a) insect pressure, (b) desired control level, and (c) viewability of light traps into all areas or hallways. Traps only work if they can be seen.
Wall placement of light traps is preferred. Traps located 3 to 6 feet above the floor are closer to where filth flies spend most of their time feeding and laying eggs.
Insect Ultra-Violet (U.V.) bulbs need to be changed each spring. March/April is the time to mark on your calendar to change bulbs. Southern regions, where temperatures allow year around flying insect activity, require twice yearly bulb replacement. Mark your calendar to change bulbs in spring and fall in the southern United States.
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