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Brandenburg NA Introduces Genus Orbit Insect Light Trap

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The trap incorporates Brandenburg’s patented Translucent Technology.

| August 3, 2011

Brandenburg NA introduces Genus Orbit insect light trap. The new Genus Orbit incorporates Brandenburg’s patented Translucent Technology for outstanding performance and a hinged cover for ease of servicing.

Incorporating 3 x 15 watt standard or sleeved bulbs for additional safety, the patented Translucent Technology  increases UVa dispersal and the scope of fly catch. The unit incorporates a pheromone tray that allows placement of insect attractants in the unit.

The fully hinged cover and quick release fascia allows easy access and servicing reducing labor time.
The Genus Orbit Jet Proof is ideal for especially wet areas or areas that need to be washed down frequently. It incorporates the same features as the Genus Orbit but is designed to withstand heavy streams of water, eliminating short circuits, potential unit replacement, and downtime. The Genus Orbit Jet Proof is only available with sleeved bulbs.

For more information or to find your nearest distributor please call 1-855-567-4101 or visit www.b-onena.com.

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