Need An Electric Fly Killer For A Large Area?

Have you had problems with flies in the past?


Hygiene and cleanliness are highly important parts of running any catering business. This has never been more true in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. Customers want assurance that they’re eating in a safe and salubrious environment.


Pest control is a crucial part of running this type of business, with everything from rats and mice to flies being common issues.


No insect is more synonymous with germs than flies, and it’s crucial they don’t invade your space. Whether they land on equipment, surfaces or food, flies spread contamination.


Flies can cause all sorts of issues including Salmonella, typhoid, cholera and parasitic worms. They’re attracted to decaying meat and vegetable waste, so efficient waste management will help.


Along with keeping your restaurant clean, having an electric fly killer will ensure there’s no risk of an infestation. Much better than fly papers, which look unattractive, an electric fly trapper is also more effective.


Simon-8 specialise in professional fly killers for all types of commercial premises, including those perfect for large and small-medium areas. If you need help finding the right sized device for your premises, we’re always happy to advise you.


Coming soon is the E60, an electric fly killer designed for use in medium sized locations with an area of coverage up to 160M².


If you need an electric fly killer for a large area, explore our latest models or contact our team for more information.

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