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Curtron Products Introduces the Pest Pro 150 Bug Light Trap

August 08, 2016 Industry News
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Curtron Products announced the addition of the Pest Pro 150 to their popular range of bug lights. This dual-bulb model offers a larger coverage area up to 1,800 square feet than single-bulb models of the same size and weight. The attractive design and silent operation make the Pest Pro 150 ideal for restaurants, commercial kitchens, hotels or any other location that needs to control flying insects. The Pest Pro 150 features a wall-sconce design that is available in four attractive finishes (black, white, gold and stainless steel) to match any décor.

Flying pests are attracted to the powerful UV light and are trapped within the unit on a replaceable glue board. Compared to traditional “bug zappers” that constantly hum, crackle and drop dead bugs to the floor, the Pest Pro 150 is totally silent and mess-free. Simply remove the hidden glue board as needed, dispose in the trash and replace with a fresh one.

The Pest Pro 150 ships complete and ready to use, with replacement bulbs, ballasts and glue boards available from Curtron Products. Installation of the seven-pound unit is similar to hanging a framed picture, with only basic hand tools needed. Once hung, a 3-prong electric cord simply plugs into a standard wall outlet, and each model is UL listed for safety. Because seasonal bugs can appear suddenly, the Pest Pro 150 is part of Curtron’s Quick Ship program, kept in stock and ready to ship when ordered.

Popular applications for Curtron Pest Pro Bug Lights include; restaurant and food service entrances, dining areas, kitchens, porches and patios, hotels, resorts and casinos, outdoor decks, distribution centers, warehouses, concession stands and food processing facilities. For information about Curtron products, please visit www.curtronproducts.com.

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