If you have a restaurant or any open-air meeting place where you have a fly problem, QBIC Heating is here to help. Our range of electric fly killers will help you get rid of the little pests without jeopardizing your sanity! Electric fly killers work on a very simple principle, UV light to attract the flies and an electrical grid that electrocutes them.
Brands you can Trust
We have selected the top quality brands in the industry, and their best products for our catalog. You can choose from Nano, Arc, and Levante electric fly killers. The various models give you several options for your establishment. A single electric fly killer can cover an area of 70m² to over 100m² and they require very little maintenance.
Installed Where You Need It
These electric fly killers can be mounted on the wall or left freestanding in the room or area you need them. You can even suspend some of the models from the ceiling if that suits the space. These fly killers don’t just help with flies, they are effective with most flying insects.
The most amazing aspect of an electric fly killer is the low maintenance and operation. Most of the models in our catalog need very low maintenance and only occasional cleaning as required. Using an electric fly killer is simple, just install, plugin, and enjoy an insect-free work environment.
For your convenience, we also stock the replacement lamps and glue boards.
One of the most effective devices in keeping flies out of your house is a fly killer. They’re electric-powered devices that either have electric grids or glue boards that trap and kill flies and other insects.
Fly killers typically use UV lamps. They’re the most effective in attracting insects and other pests. Depending on the type of fly killer you have, you might need to use either straight lamps, 2-pin lamps, 4-pin lamps, or circular lamps. These are the most common types of UV lamps standard fly killers use.
Yes, electric flycatchers are highly effective in trapping and killing flies in a certain area. However, the effectiveness of the device depends on its size. Generally, bigger fly killers come with larger UV lamps which means they’re more effective in bigger spaces and can attract insects from further distances compared to their smaller counterparts
It’s best to put fly killers near where you noticed flies and insects come in. This will give the fly killer a higher chance of attracting these pests. You should also keep fly killers away from bright lights especially if they have the tendency to overpower the UV lamp in your fly killer. This can make the effectiveness of your fly killer lower and won’t attract flies as much as it could.
If you plan on putting one inside a place where hygiene is important e.g. kitchens, don’t put your fly killer near where you prep your food. Better yet, use fly killers that come with glue boards so you can avoid contaminating your food.
Yes, electric fly killers are easy to maintain. In fact, they don’t need that much when it comes to repair and maintenance. What you might want to do frequently is clean out the insect collection tray. For electric fly killers that use glue boards, you should replace the glue board frequently. Depending on the number of insects in your area, this might range from a week to a month.
Annual replacement of fly killer UV lamps might also help keep your fly killer performing at its best.
No, electric fly killers are not costly. They only use UV lamps that have low energy consumption and the components you’ll need to replace from time to time are not that expensive, too. However, in comparison, those that use glue boards instead of electric grids will be more pricey to maintain since you’ll be purchasing glue boards once a month on average.
Electric fly killers are safe to operate around living quarters and even with people around. The UV lamps in fly killers are designed to be safe for human exposure, and their only job is to attract insects. They don’t release any rays of light that might be harmful to humans. Don't touch the electric grid though as you could get a nasty shock
Much like any other electric device, fly killers will last you years if you follow proper cleaning, maintenance, and operation procedures. The UV lamps, however, need to be replaced at least once a year to keep the effectiveness of your fly killer. Glue boards also need to be replaced once a month on average.
Yes, they’re relatively easy to install. Most fly killer brands, like the ones we carry here at QBIC, come with the necessary attachments to mount them on walls. Some units can also be suspended from a ceiling most fly killers can be free standing
Under normal operation, UV lamps don’t easily break. However, much like any fluorescent lamp, they need to be protected from falls and other external factors that will cause them to shatter. You can also purchase shatter-resistant lamps if you want to be more careful. Accidents can happen anytime and it’s better to have shatter-resistant lamps to prevent broken glass from spreading in your space.