Gilbert 220 Guerrilla Multi-Purpose Portable

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The Gilbert 220 Guerrilla Multi-Purpose Portable is one of our larger fly trap units that is less powerful, but still efficient in catching flies. It can be conveniently placed on the floor, mounted along the wall, or hung on the ceiling.

Gilbert 220 "Guerrilla" Multi-Purpose Portable

It's not as powerful as our larger units, but the "Guerilla's" open-top design (and mar-proof feet), allow placement down low, on the floor, significantly increasing its' effectiveness against flies. It can be wall-mounted horizontally about waist high (retaining effectiveness while making it easier to service) or ceiling hung, if need be.

Features two, superior, Sylvania F20T12/350BL (20 watt) insect attractant lamps (Replace annually for continued performance).

Target Pest(s): Flying Insects.
Manufactured By: Gilbert
Dimensions: 29"W x 14"H. x 7.75"D
UV Attractio: 40 watts (2 x 20 W bulbs)
Voltage: 115V/60hz

Beautifully finished in anodized aluminum. Nickel-chrome plated guards swing up for easy access to grid, reflective surfaces, and lamps for periodic cleaning and lamp replacement.

Spring-locked catch tray is secure yet can be easily removed for emptying. Frame and interior structure made of aluminized steel (lifetime auto-muffler material). Eyebolts included for ceiling hung installation. Six foot, 3-wire grounded power cord. Standard 115v/60hz. Current draw: .52 amp., 38 watts (RMS Meter). Interlock switch automatically shuts off trap when guard door is opened.

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Q. about the Gilbert 220 Guerrilla Multi-Purpose Portable?
A.  The Gilbert 220 Guerrilla Multi-Purpose Portable will cover anywhere from 1500 square feet to 3000 square feet.
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Q. We have parrots and an ongoing problem with seed moths. Can this unit attracked and kill moths ??
A.  Although this trap will kill moths if the moths fly into it, it does not have anything in particular that will attract the moths like a pheromone. The light may be attractive to the moth like some species of outdoor moths, but normally, it will not the main attractant. If you have any further questions or comments, please feel free to contact us again.
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