Fly Light Traps
Why Use Fly Lights?
Electronic fly traps are extremely effective for controlling the large fly populations often found at restaurants and other commercial establishments. There are fly lights designed specifically for any type of environment from commercial to residential, inside and outside use. Some traps work as fly zappers, such as the Insectakill 40 watt zapper. Fly zappers electrocute insects instead of trapping them. Zappers work well in areas where the sound of the trap will not disturb anyone, such as warehouses. Zappers also have the potential to explode the insect, so they are not good for food handling areas.
- Other designs are fly lights that don't electrocute, such as the B&G Matrix II four Seasons Light Trap. Non-electrocuting traps lure insects onto a glue board located near the light using ultraviolet light. Once the fly lands on the glue board, it is unable to escape. Glue board based Fly Lights are the best choice for food handling areas.The Gardner GT-200 is a very large and durable glue board trap.
- Discreet Fly Light Traps include, Naturale Fly Trap, made of real bamboo, Gardner WS85 Wall Sconce traps, Mantis Uplight Max 36, and the Virolite 20 and 40 Watt Traps.
- For areas such as corners, use the Nemisis Corner Mount trap.
Pro Tip: Do not place traps near competing light sources, such as a window. Leave lit fly traps on overnight for the best performance.
Starting at: $197.50The Matrix II Four Season Light Trap is an all season light trap. The first true flexible light trap designed to handle all different levels of fly problems. This fly trap measures (21 x 14 x 5 in.) and has 100 watt capacity (four 25 Watt bulbs) for maximum attraction where fly infestation is heavy. For light infestations, the 1-bulb or 2-bulb configuration can be used. This unit has an electronic ballast and built-in hooks for hanging from the ceiling and increasing attraction from all angles.
Trap colors are black or white.
Each trap comes with 4 bulbs and 1 glue board
$169.00 As low as: $164.00
The Gardner WS-225 Decorative Wall Sconce is perfect for a location requiring discretion. The Gardner WS-225 has an attraction range of 1,800 sq. Ft. It has 2-25 watt bulb and 1- 9" x 16" glue board. It combines a glue board with a wall sconce light. The flies are attracted to the 50 watt UV light and are captured on the hidden glue board.Learn More
$254.95 As low as: $252.40he MX-360 is the best portable adhesive light trap for flying insects made in the USA. The 128 watts of UV light attraction and 385+ square inches of insect trapping surface combine to create our BEST trap for any sensitive area. Glueboards are replaced using patented glueboard roller guide system, which is designed to keep glueboards from sticking to the lamps. The MX-360 features: Learn More
$156.95 As low as: $142.00
Gardner's GT-180 trap with its slim profile is perfect in confined or small areas. This trap is only 3 inches wide and is ideal for areas such as hallways. It is a 30-watt glue board fly trap, with an attraction range of 1,500 sq ft. The GT-180 has secure access doors for quick replacement of UV lights or glue boards.
Typical use areas include office buildings, food manufacturing plants and bottling plants, restaurants, deli's, bakeries, hospitals, supermarkets, food manufacturing plants, and more locations.Learn More
$285.85 As low as: $280.85
Gardner's AG-963 is a 50-watt electric grid trap that is compact and versatile. It may be flat wall mounted or mounted in the corner. This fly trap works by an electrical grid; flying insects are electrocuted, then dropped into a removable capture tray for disposal or identification. It has side panels that are angled for corner mounting if needed. This trap covers 1,800 sq. Ft. (50 linear feet) and is ideal for smaller areas. For best results, install the AG-963 3-6 feet high on the wall and away from windows.Learn More
$150.00Gardner GT-220 Aluminum Wall Mount
The Gardner GT-220 is a wall mounted adhesive flying insect trap. It uses 40 watts of UV light with an attraction range of 1800 sq feet. This 24- hour, non-chemical trap uses one 5”x22” glueboard to catch the flying insects.Learn More
$324.95 As low as: $292.46
With Gardner's RG-1002T electrocutor fly light trap, you may be mount it in a corner or on a wall, allowing for versatility. Because of its rear angle design, it may fit tightly into corners. Mount this electrocutor trap 1-2 feet above the floor so the 48" length bulb shines in the most active location of the flies. For best results, hang the fly light trap away from any competing light sources, like windows.Learn More
$179.95 As low as: $175.95
This decorative and slim fly-insect trap has a replaceable glue board inside the trap. A 30 watt U.V light captures the insects on the glue board which is concealed from view. Gardner has a glueboard roller guide system for easy replacement of glue boards. As for all fly light traps, place the trap about 5-6 feet above the floor for best results.Learn More
Gardner's GT 200 Fly Light Trap provides 50 watts of UV attracting light with a large 210 square inch surface of a sticky trapping area. This top rated fly light trap has lots of UV attraction and lots of trapping surface area combined to make it one of the top glue board fly light traps to use in sensitive areas. It uses two glue boards, a 9" x 16" and a 4" x 17" (backside and bottom) for a large adhesive area. It has a "no mess" glueboard guide system to insert the glue boardsLearn More
Starting at: $159.00
Gardner WS-95 Wall Sconce Fly Light Trap uses two 25 watt ultraviolet lights to attract flying insects on its adhesive glue board. This decorative adhesive fly light trap has a easy flip open lid for quick servicing. It is recommended to place these traps in high fly activity, about 5-6 feet from the ground. For best results place all fly light traps away from a window light source ( the light from the window will compete with the uv llight). Space traps about 25-50 feet apart, depending on the desired control level and number of flies to be controlled. Change the uv light bulb at least once a year. In warmer geographical locations with a longer fly season, change light bulbs twice a year (spring and fall are recommended).Learn More