Developed with innovative patented LED technology, Lumnia units are designed to attract, kill and encapsulate flying insects hygienically, eliminating the risk of contamination.
The Lumnia range is suitable for a range of internal environments where flies are not welcome, as well as a wide variety of industries with specific requirements for highly effective fly control.
Also the range we use is completely silent in operation – getting rid of flying insects discreetly. All our units work against all sizes of flying insect, and are quickly and easily serviced by our Service Technicians saving your business time, money and trouble. No matter how large or small your business is, or how many sites you have, there is a Lumnia device that will suit your requirements.
Introducing the future of fly control: Lumnia.
Stylish, discreet and effective way of controlling flying insects in low risk-areas in an aesthetically pleasing design that fits within customer decor allowing for use in public areas.
Designed for relatively low-risk areas within food retail operations, with sleek, unobtrusive design which blends seamlessly into modern business environments.
A highly innovative, energy-saving LED fly killer with a modern design and optimized fly control catch rate suitable for businesses of all sizes.
Compromising all features available in Lumnia Standard, but bigger and more suited for high dependency business environments and large scale industrial operations.
There are many claims being made about the efficacy of electric fly killers and it can be difficult for customers to determine which is the best fly trap for any given situation.
The quicker flies are eliminated from an environment, the lower the risk of fly-borne diseases like Shigellosis or Salmonellosis.
Our scientific research and analysis concludes that the use of LED technology in fly killers has a significant impact on the efficacy of a single unit.
LED technology offers:
It also removes the need to replace phosphor lamps each year
Learn more about the lifecycle and habits of flies