Fly Killers – Some Frequently Asked Questions

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  • Fly Killers - Some Frequently Asked Questions
  • Heinrich Heine Platz 57

    United Kingdom



    Jun 26

    03594 74 58 73

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    Lots of folks give some thought to investing in a fly killer machine – plenty of do not. The ones that do not usually think that these units are just expected to be utilized in commercial establishments preparing or selling food. However there is an increasing trend in having fly killers as a permanent fixture in the house.
    Allow me to share some frequently asked question that may help you with your decision.
    1. Do I have to have a fly killer by law?
    1. Do I have to get a fly killer by law?
    You will discover hardly any (if any) jurisdictions exactly where fly killer machines are necessary. However there are regulations in most areas that involve a place where food has been prepared or sold for public consumption to possess effective controls that deal with pests such as flying insects. For most such companies a fly killer machine – also known as an electric Fly Killer (EFK) or even Fly Control Unit (FCU) – could be the only practical way of satisfying statutory requirements.
    2. How do they Work?
    2. How can they Work?
    You’ll find two standard types of fly killer machine: the glue board type as well as the’ zapper’ type. Both attract flies in the exact same way by making use of ultra violet lamps. However they differ in how they trap and kill them. The glue board machine traps the flies on a heavy-duty sticky board. The bug zapper outdoor electrocutes the fly causing a virtually immediate kill and a’ zap’ sound familiar to many.
    3. Carry out the flies explode in the Zapper Machines?
    3. Carry out the flies explode in the Zapper Machines?
    This is dependent upon the unit. Fly killers which electrocute flying bugs can be divided into 3 additional categories: good ones, poor ones and very bad ones. The really bad people and some of the poor ones could result in the flies to explode on contact Or can do nothing at all. This is because the metallic rods whereby the high voltage is working have to be correctly spaced. When they’re far apart the flies will not be near sufficient for electrical contact to be made; when there are far too near the voltage will be too good causing the fly to explode. Just the best possible devices would have been created to make sure that the voltage bars are spaced specifically so that the fly is killed however, the entire body of its remains intact.
    4. How can I know I am Buying an effective Fly Killer Machine?

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