Gilbert Fly Light Trap - The Don (601T) is a highly-effective electrocuter that will provide a great solution to your fly control problems. It features two 40-watt Sylvania F40/350BL/ECO insect attractant lamps which catches flies’ attention. This lures them to come closer and then instantly kills them. It has a corner mount design that allows a greater angle of attraction. It is constructed of aluminized steel with a beautiful anodized aluminum finish. It has a nickel-chrome plated guard door which can be opened so you can access the grid, catch tray, reflective surfaces and lamps easily for maintenance. Its catch tray is guaranteed secured but can be taken out with ease if you wish to empty it. It also highlights an interlock switch that shuts off trap automatically every time the guard door is unlocked.
This fly trap can be setup vertically flat or corner-mounted and it has keyholes on the back for easy installation.
Very happy with this bug zapper, we have one in each barn. They work great on fly's and has also been attracting wasps and hornets. We only keep them on during the day since we are mainly trying to kill fly's. The first one we got a bulb burnt out in the first week, contacted DoMyOwn and they shipped out a new bulb at no cost. Great customer service.
Does the Gilbert 601T The Don Light Trap kill flies instantly and does it use a glueboard?
The Gilbert 601T is designed mostly for interior uses or in exterior areas where the trap is covered from the weather and not in direct competetion with other main light sources. Glueboards are used with the trap and the flies are killed very quickly.
How many square feet will the Gilbert 601T The Don Light Trap cover if used in a warehouse?
According to the manufacturer, the general rule of thumb has been to space large traps such as the Gilbert 601T The Don Light Trap every 40 feet around the inside perimeter wall. If you multiply 40 x 40, you get 1600 square feet. However, the number of traps required will vary with the type and condition of the facility and the extent of the problem. If your building is next to a cow pasture, an unkempt dumpster, or if there are several cracks and crevices you may need more then one every 40 feet.