Fly Web Light Trap
Flyweb Light is a non-toxic product that uses UV light to attract a number of flying insects. Flyweb traps are great alternatives to traps that use chemical attractants and insecticides. Using energy-efficient lamps instead of chemical attractants, Flyweb is totally safe for use inside homes and around children and pets.
Flyweb Light Trap
Light traps are the safest insect trapping devices conceived. Easy-to-use, non-toxic and efficient, Flyweb Light lures and traps flying insects using nothing but a UV lamp and a glue board. With energy-saving lamps, Flyweb offers 24 hours of discreet control over dozens for flying insects. Traps come in a sleek, compact design that can be installed in 110-volt outlets. Traps can be placed anywhere to lure insects away from inhabited areas. Non-toxic adhesive boards are easy to install and replaced.
Why Should You Use ?
Flyweb Light is a safe way to control flying insects in homes.
|Target Pest(s):||House Fly, Fruit Fly, Cluster Fly, Face Fly, Phorid Flies, Bottle Flies, Drain Flies, Mosquitoes, Fungus Gnat, Moth Flies, Fruit Fly, Moths, Asian Beetles, and other flying insects.|
|Suggested for use in:||Restaurants, Hospitals, Deli's/Bakeries, Pharmaceutical, Food Manufacturing, Supermarkets, Office Buildings, Hallways, etc.|
|Package Includes:||1 UV bulb and 1 glue board (replacements sold separately)|
|Dimensions:||3.5"W x 10.5"H x 1.75"D|
|Coverage:||600 square feet|
|Not For Sale To:||No Restrictions|
Directions for Use
Install traps inside rooms as desired. Flyweb readily accepts standard 110V receptacles. Traps may be installed in corners and less accessed areas for isolated trapping. Replace glue boards once full of insects or every 30-60 days. For maximum efficiency, UV bulbs must be replaced every 6 months. Bulbs and glue boards are sold separately.
Where to Apply
Flyweb Light is designed for use inside residential, commercial and industrial buildings.
Please refer to and follow the instructions on the Product label.
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