Insect Killer Light

Kravan Insect killer lights are commonly used in factories, workshops, warehouses, and restaurants to eliminate flying insects. The lights function as a continuous trap, attracting and destroying insects as they enter the operating range of the light.

 

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យន្តការបំផ្លាញសត្វល្អិត

ភ្លើងអគ្គិសនីសម្លាប់សត្វល្អិត
កាវបិទពន្លឺថ្នាំសំលាប់សត្វល្អិត

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អ៊ីណុក, ថ្នាំកូតម្សៅ, ប្លាស្ទិក ABS

សមត្ថភាពចង្កៀង

10W – 15W

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Information about product

Insect killer lights are commonly used in factories, workshops, warehouses, and restaurants to eliminate flying insects. This method is currently considered the most effective, fastest, and safest solution for insect control, as well as being environmentally friendly. The lights function as a continuous trap, attracting and destroying insects as they enter the operating range of the light.

1. Detailed information about the product

Insect killer lights are commonly used in factories, workshops, warehouses, and restaurants to eliminate flying insects. This method is currently considered the most effective, fastest, and safest solution for insect control, as well as being environmentally friendly. The lights function as a continuous trap, attracting and destroying insects as they enter the operating range of the light.

Kravan Insect Killer Light

1.1 Concepts

An insecticidal light is a device that operates as a trap. Once plugged in and turned on, the light emits blue or purple light with a wavelength of approximately 300 – 450 nm to attract flying insects. The light contains either an electric grid or adhesive pad (depending on the type) that kills insects upon contact. 

These lights were designed based on the biological characteristics of insects and do not use toxic chemicals, making them safe for humans and the environment, even with prolonged use.

1.2 Impressive attributes

Insect killer lights offer numerous advantages compared to other methods of insect control. 

  • Operate 24/7 and can quickly eliminate any insect that appears within a range of 80-100m from the light source. 
  • Saves time and effort compared to chasing insects manually. 
  • Effective against a wide range of flying insects, including flies, winged ants, flying termites, moths, etc. 
  • Not use toxic chemicals, making them safe for human health and the surrounding environment. 

As a result, insecticidal lights are increasingly being used as the final layer of protection in various settings such as factories and clean rooms, following external protective measures like quick rolling doors, wind cutting fans and PVC curtains.

1.3 Structure

Structural components of the Insect killer lights

a) Protective shell:

The insecticidal light has a sturdy rectangular box shape with two sides made of ABS plastic, while the front and back are made of metal (stainless steel or powder coated, depending on your preference). This shell is designed to protect the light bulb and internal components from impact, while also preventing users from touching the electrical grid inside, which could be dangerous. 

Additionally, when purchasing an insecticidal light from Kravan, customers have the option to request laser engraving of the business’s brand name, logo, etc. on the light cover to create a personalized impression.

b) Hanging Wire:

The hanging wire is made of sturdy metal, making it easy to hang the insect light in any position without the need for drilling. 

c) Fluorescent Light Tubes:

Two long fluorescent light tubes are installed parallel to each other inside the light. These specialized light bulbs are designed to attract insects. The inside of the glass shell is coated with a layer of fluorescent powder, emitting blue or purple light with a wavelength of 300 – 450 nm to attract insects. 

The 80m2 insect killer light uses a 10W light, while the 100m2 light uses a 15W light. To maintain the effectiveness of the light, it is recommended to change the bulbs every 6 months. 

d) Insect Corpse Tray:

Made of ABS plastic, the insect corpse tray is installed at the bottom of the light to catch falling insect bodies, keeping the surrounding environment clean. Storage trays are available for both glue lights and grid lights

 e) Insect Killing Components:

Is it an adhesive pad or a grid layer depending on the type of light you choose

  • Electric insect killer light: uses an electric grid made of galvanized iron, containing a voltage of 800 – 1500V, installed in front of 2 light bulbs.
  • Glue insect killer light: use a piece of glue installed behind 2 light bulbs. Using high-quality paperboard, the top is covered with a layer of glue made from a compound of plastic, rubber, petroleum and softener, which is not washed away, waterproof, and does not melt at high temperatures.

1.4 Principle of operation

As soon as the power is turned on, the two fluorescent bulbs of the insecticidal light will emit blue or purple light with a wavelength of about 300-450 nm, similar to the light from the moon. This light is designed to deceive insects into flying towards it. This principle takes advantage of the biological characteristics of flying insects, which rely on moonlight to feed or find their way back to their nest. 

a) Electric insect killer light:

Electric insect killer light

Once insects are lured into the light, the grid containing a voltage of 800V-1500V will discharge electricity, killing the insects instantly. Their corpses will then fall into the tray below. When the tray is full, simply pull it out and dispose of the dead insects. 

b) Glue insect killer light:

Glue insect killer light

Unlike electric grid lights, insects that are lured into the light will become stuck to the surface of the glue layer. They will not die immediately, but rather gradually. Once the glue surface is covered with insect corpses, it is necessary to replace the glue with a new layer.

2. Insecticidal light models 

2.1 Kravan insecticidal light – Glue – Powder coating

  • KRAVAN GL1S – 10W
  • KRAVAN GL1S – 15W

2.2 Kravan insecticidal light – Electric – Powder coating

  • KRAVAN EL1S – 10W
  • KRAVAN EL1S – 15W

2.3 Kravan  insecticidal light – Glue – Stainless steel

  • KRAVAN GL1I – 10W
  • KRAVAN GL1I – 15W

2.4 Kravan  insecticidal light – Electric – Stainless steel

  • KRAVAN EL1I – 10W
  • KRAVAN EL1I – 15W

3. Application of insecticidal lights

3.1 Electric insect killer light

This type of light, when killing insects will make noise and sometimes insect corpses will be thrown into the surrounding area. So Kravan encourages customers to use it in areas that do not require high cleanliness, such as cargo areas that have been carefully packaged store goods of companies,…

3.2 Glue insect killer light

Due to its adhesive properties, this type of lighting is able to overcome the issues of noise and flying insect remains that are often associated with electric lights. However, it does come at a higher cost. It is particularly well-suited for use in environments that demand a high level of cleanliness, such as: 

  • Food production factories
  • Electronic components factories
  • Cosmetic chemical factories
  • Pharmaceutical factories
  • Hospitals
  • Food hygiene and safety standards in places like supermarkets, restaurants, and hotels.

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