Electric Bug Killers Waterproof Garden Park Using Mosquito Killer
Electric Bug Killers Product principles
The Electronic Insect Killer utilizes the black light (ultra-violet rays) of the wave length,which is proven to be the most ef fective lure for light sensitive flying insects,such as flies, moths mosquitoes,and other flying insects.These insects are electro cuted by the electrically-charge metal grids. No chemicals,no smell, no sprays,no mess,pollution free and harmless to humans and pets.lt is ideal for using in houses, factories, food outets. restaurant, canteen,office,hospitals,etc.
Electric Bug Killers Competitive advantages
Small size, saving sea freight.-You could load more pieces in one container.
ABS material, strong and durable, easy to clean
Stable quality of UVA tubes, highly effective in killing insects.
ABS material,strong and durable
A hook at the top cover to be hanged on the wall for option
Hidden collection tray at the bottom,easy to collect the death bodies and clean
How mosquitoes get infected
In most species, adult females lay their eggs in stagnant water: some lay near the water's edge while others attach their eggs to aquatic plants. Each species selects the situation of the water into which it lays its eggs and does so according to its own ecological adaptations. Some breed in lakes, some in temporary puddles. Some breed in marshes, some in salt-marshes. Among those that breed in salt water (such as Opifex fuscus), some are equally at home in fresh and salt water up to about one-third the concentration of seawater, whereas others must acclimatize themselves to the salinity.Such differences are important because certain ecological preferences keep mosquitoes away from most humans, whereas other preferences bring them right into houses at night.
Some species of mosquitoes prefer to breed in phytotelmata (natural reservoirs on plants), such as rainwater accumulated in holes in tree trunks, or in the leaf-axils of bromeliads. Some specialize in the liquid in pitchers of particular species of pitcher plants, their larvae feeding on decaying insects that had drowned there or on the associated bacteria; the genus Wyeomyia provides such examples — the harmless Wyeomyia smithii breeds only in the pitchers of Sarracenia purpurea.
Some of the species of mosquitoes that are adapted to breeding in phytotelmata are dangerous disease vectors. In nature, they might occupy anything from a hollow tree trunk to a cupped leaf. Such species typically take readily to breeding in artificial water containers. Such casual puddles are important breeding places for some of the most serious disease vectors, such as species of Aedes that transmit dengue and yellow fever. Some with such breeding habits are disproportionately important vectors because they are well-placed to pick up pathogens from humans and pass them on. In contrast, no matter how voracious, mosquitoes that breed and feed mainly in remote wetlands and salt marshes may well remain uninfected, and if they do happen to become infected with a relevant pathogen, might seldom encounter humans to infect, in turn.
Electric Bug Killers Specifications
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Electric Bug Killers Warnings
What happens if you breathe in insect killer?
Many insecticides can cause poisoning after being swallowed, inhaled, or absorbed through the skin. Symptoms may include eye tearing, coughing, heart problems, and breathing difficulties.
Can insect repellent be harmful to humans?
Bug sprays, especially when overused, can cause side effects. These sprays are not only harmful to the bugs you don't like, but can also be harmful to humans and your pets, and busy bees, so use with caution.
Is raid toxic to humans?
Raid contains two chemicals that are not safe: Cypermethrin and Imiprothrin. When they are inhaled, they can cause congestion, difficulty breathing, and extensive coughing. The other ingredients in the Raid are also harmful to humans. They can also cause irritation, headaches, dizziness, and even severe sneezing.
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