The AG-961S Commercial Electric Bug Zapper (with safety bulbs) is compact, yet powerful, and can be used as a ceiling suspended, wall mount or portable unit.
Flying insects are electrocuted when they fly into the internal grid and then drop down into a removable tray for easy identification, evaluation and disposal.
Come with standard bulbs, but are also available with safety bulbs.
Suggested Areas of Use: Warehouses, Pharmaceutical, Office Buildings, Food Manufacturing, Hospitals, and Hallways.
Features & Benefits of AG-961S Commercial Electric Bug Zapper:
- Wall, ceiling mount, or portable unit.
- Removable drawer allows easy access to evaluate, identify, and dispose of trapped insects.
- Open on both sides for 360 degree visibility.
- 24-hour, non-chemical trapping
- No glue board replacement cost
- Color & Material: Silver - Aluminum
- Attraction range: 2,500 sq. ft. (50 lineal ft.)
- UV light output: 2 - 25 50 watt (EL08S)
- UL Listed; 115v/60hz, with 6’ cord
- FDA & USDA accepted under current code
- Dimensions: 26” W x 14” H x 5.5” D
- Warranty: 3 year
- Made in the USA
Recommended Areas of Use for AG961S Electric Commercial Bug Zapper:
- Loading Docks
- Entryways of Receiving Doors
- Agriculture Industry
- Non-food areas
- Placement: 3-6 feet
Type - Wall or Ceiling Mount, Portable
Construction - Aluminum, non-rusting
Dimensions - 26” W x 14” H x 5.5” D
Coverage Area - 2,500 sq.ft.
Wattage - 2/25 watts of U.V. insect attraction (EL-08S) (Safety Bulbs)
U.L. Listed - 115v/60hz
Tare Weight - 17 lbs.
Place in areas where there is strong activity of flying insects such as doorways and docks. Flies are drawn indoors by food odors, warm air and light coming through open doors, windows, and roof vents. Position the bug zappers 5 to 15 feet inside the doorway or dock opening for best results. Wind, even breezes can force small insects inside rooms.
Important - always point the light traps U.V. light into the building so it can not be seen from the outside. Since flies are attracted to light, we do not want to unintentionally draw the flies inside. This is a common mistake you want to avoid.
It is best to space the light traps 25 to 50 feet apart on the inside of your exterior walls. The number of lights used will vary depending a number of things like insect pressure, desired control level and the amount of light that is visible from them in hallways and other areas. This is important because the traps can only do their job if the flying insects see and fly into them.
Place bug zappers approximately 3 to 6 feet above the floor as that is where the filth flies spend most of their time feeding and laying eggs.
There are some areas of operation where heavy traffic can cause damage to walls and any equipment that may be mounted to them. In these situations, it is better to hang the light traps from the ceiling to avoid the chance of accidental damage to them. You may also elect to hang them from the ceiling is there are no wall spaces open.
The Ultra-Violet (U.V.) bulbs need to be replaced once a year, Spring is best, so mark your calendars to change them every March/April.
If you live in the Southern regions, the warmer temperatures allow for year round insect activity, so they should be changed twice a year, Spring and Fall is best, so mark your calendars to change them every March/April and September/October.
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