Gilbert 220 Guerrilla Electrocutor Fly Light

Gilbert 220 Guerrilla Electrocutor Fly Light

Ask A Pro

Call Us: 866-581-7378
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm ET
Email Customer Service
For help with your order
Live Chat
DIY Pros Available Now

You May Also Need

Gilbert 219GT Sticky Tiger
$217.59
Advion WDG Insecticide
$9.98

Average Rating

There are no reviews for this product yet. Be the first.

Product Overview

Gilbert 220 Guerrilla Electrocutor Fly Light is a portable fly trap that can be wall mounted or ceiling hung if needed. Comes with an open top design and mar-proof feet, specifically made for convenient use and transport of the product on areas where flies are. It is strategically designed to be horizontally placed on walls and low on floors to easily and effectively reach flies. This lightweight fly trap is polished in anodized aluminum to add color and improve its strength. Includes two, 20 watt Osram Sylvania attractant lamps, eyebolts for ceiling hung installation, spring-locked catch tray, and six-foot 3-wire grounded power cord. For easy access when cleaning and replacing of lamps, it comes with a double nickel-chromed guard door that has an interlock switch that shuts off automatically.

Features and Specs

Target pests: Flies and other insects.
For use in: Indoors.
Application: Can be wall mounted or hung on the ceiling.
Dimensions: 29 1/8" x 13 3/4" x 7 3/4"
Number of bulbs: 29.00 x 14.00 x 7.75
UV Power: 40 Watts.
Voltage: Standard 115v/60hz.
Material / Construction: Anodized Aluminum and Nickel-Chrome Plated Guard Door.
Warranty: 5 Year Warranty (Excluding Lamps Only).
Shipping Weight: 24.00 lbs
Manufacturer: Gilbert Industries (Mfg. Number: 220)

Details

FEATURES:

  • Guard door (double nickel-chromed) 
  • Spring-locked catch tray
  • Eyebolts
  • Six foot, 3-wire grounded power cord
  • Interlock switch  
  • 2 Osram Sylvania F20T12/350BL (20 watt)

There are no reviews for this product yet. Be the first.

Questions & Answers

Have a question about this product?

There are no questions for this product yet. Ask the first.