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Brandenburg Launches New Products at PestWorld

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The new additions expand Brandenburg’s Genus range.

| October 28, 2013

Brandenburg, manufacturer of Insect Light Traps (ILTs), announced several significant new additions to its Genus range, last week at NPMA PestWorld.

Starting with discreet front-of-house applications, Genus Eclipse Ultra extends the reach of the Eclipse range, enhancing branding options and increasing fly catch performance through innovative use of Brandenburg’s Translucent Technology (TT).

AtrapaFly harnesses TT and adds the benefit of total portability to deliver impressive fly catch performance where it is required. With a removable front cover for easy lamp changes and a glueboard that simply slides in and out with the minimum of fuss, AtrapaFly can be used in residential and commercial accounts, and is available in two formats – a direct plug in or stand alone.

For professional applications, Brandenburg has launched two new versions of its mainstay Genus Spectra and Genus Fli ranges. Recognizing that energy consumption is a major factor in cost control, Genus Spectra 30 and Genus Spectra Compact 15 utilize lower powered lamps yet, thanks to extensive research and development, still maintain impressive fly efficacy, the manufacturer reports.

Finally, Genus Eco 30 has been value engineered resulting in a highly competitive in price but has all the impressive features of fast fly catch, robust build quality and low cost running that have become the hallmark of the Genus range.

For more information call 855/567-4101 or email: sales@b-onena.com.
 

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