Flying insects such as flies, moths, wasps, and mosquitoes can be a huge problem, especially during the warmer summer months. They spoil food, are a nuisance and can even spread dangerous diseases.
Flick Anticimex has a range of Flying Insect Control Units (FICU) to help solve your pest problems. These Units are ideal for residential homes, as well as commercial and industrial premises, including all food processing, food preparation, and food storage areas. They are designed to attract a variety of flying insects through UV light attractants including blow flies, house flies, and moths. The UV attractant shatterproof tubes are replaced annually and the glue board design FICU holds all trapped insects and makes identification of species and numbers of trapped insects relatively reliable.
What kind of flying insects
pose a problem?
FLIES land on all kinds of food scraps, faeces, and dead animals, picking up disease-carrying bacteria as they go. Carried on their hairs, legs and in thestomachshes, this bacteria is passed on to whatever surface they land on.
MOSQUITOES are actually the world’s deadliest animal as they can carry deadly diseases, including Malaria, Dengue Fever, Yellow Fever, Zika, and heart worm, which can be lethal to cats and dogs.
MOTHS can be a nuisance to all, swarming around any available light source. Textile pest moths also cause damage to your clothes, curtains and other fabric based furniture.
WASPS actually cause the most hospitalisations in Australia annually. Their presence can often cause anxiety for people and their sting is particularly painful.